Oklahoma native Jeremy Jones
has confessed to killing at least 13 people in five states, including two teenage girls from Welch, Oklahoma in 1999.
Jones was convicted and sentenced to death earlier this week for an Alabama murder. Now, he's spilling his guts.
News on 6 crime reporter Lori Fullbright says Jeremy Jones
is a known liar, which makes police curious about this string of confessions. However, they say they can prove he was in each location at the time of the murders. Alabama Attorney General Troy King: "He was a monster. He was able to lie without remorse, kill without remorse. The only remorse I ever saw him saw him show was for himself, which shows what kind of man he is."
They say it started in 1992 with the stabbing death of Jennifer Judd in Baxter Springs, Kansas, then in 1996 with the shooting deaths of Daniel Oakley and Doris Harris, in rural Delaware County [pictured right]. Jones says he then drugged Justin Hutchings [pictured right] in Pitcher, Oklahoma in 1999.
Three months later, he says he shot Danny and Kathy Freeman in Welch, Oklahoma and also shot Ashley Freeman and Lauria Bible and dumped their bodies in Kansas [pictured left].
He moved to Georgia and says he stabbed Tina Mayberry to death in 2002, followed by Katherine Collins in New Orleans who was strangled and stabbed in 2004.
A few months later, he says he also strangled and stabbed Amanda Greenwell in Georgia. The next month, he says he murdered Patrice Endres in Georgia. Then, a few months later, he shot and set on fire, Lisa Nichols in Alabama.
This year, authorities searched a pond in Chickasaw for bodies of some missing prostitutes and searched mines in Kansas for the bodies of Freeman and Bible, but found nothing.
Police think there are even more bodies out there. Mobile County Sheriff Jack Tillman: "There's other cases that fit his profile, not just here, but everywhere he roamed around."
Jones already has a death penalty in Alabama, and currently faces murder charges in Louisiana and Georgia.
Investigators say Jones refused to admit these murders to his mother, his girlfriend and the media, but insists all the information he's given to police is now true.