Law-enforcement agents are being invited to a summit on Ted Bundy in hopes of clearing up unsolved homicides investigators believe were committed by the executed serial killer, the FBI confirmed Friday.

Terry Green, a major case specialist at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, said the meeting would take place in Quantico, Va., during the next three weeks if the schedules of various investigators allowed."It's easier to answer if everybody is in one place so we can discuss the peculiarities in each case," said Green, who works in the Violent Criminal Apprehension office in Quantico. The office serves as a clearinghouse for unsolved homicides in the United States.