Survivalist Dead After Bunker Standoff
Man found in underground hideout
A Washington state man suspected in the murder of his wife and daughter was discovered dead on Saturday in an elaborately constructed underground bunker in a forest near Seattle. A King County Sheriff spokesman said that Keller had spent some eight years building the elaborate, multilevel structure near the Rattlesnake Ridge trailhead. Keller, a gun collector who worked in a computer-repair business, was charged last week with shooting his wife and daughter and setting their home on fire. Police believe he shot himself.
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