http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/109172_kondromissing22.shtml?rand=48644.5 Time and distance, Keith Hunter Jesperson says, is all it takes. Separate yourself from the body and don't be seen. Meet a victim one place, dump her someplace else -- in another town, another county, another state -- somewhere no one is looking for the missing. And even if a body is found, both killers know that paying attention to matters of time and distance can mean that police can't always determine who that body belongs to, or who did the victim in. He drove miles away to discard Bennett's purse and Walkman in bushes along a river, before getting coffee at a truck stop. "When you're throwing away bodies, the real adversary out there is not the police, it's the public," Jesperson says. "You're trying to avoid being seen by them. You can't be placed at a dumpsite." All the while Jesperson was picking up women along his truck route, dumping their bodies in ditches and along roads, sometimes miles away from where he met them. No one even knew a serial killer was at large -- until he decided to brag. They didn't even know I was a serial killer until I told them," Jesperson says. "They had me down for one murder and that's it." Yea right. This guy thinks he's a genius. He's just a bully with a serious temper problem . Like hes' so hard to figure out.