The Only Living Witness

The Only Living Witness

The True Story of Serial Sex Killer Ted Bundy

Book - 1999
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""The Only Living Witness" towers over the rest of the Ted Bundy bookshelf . . . (as) a monument to book-length journalism" (Jack Olsen, author of "The Misbegotten Son"). "A shining example of excellent reporting, fine writing, and a story of enduring value."--Carlton Stowers, author of "Careless Whispers."
Publisher: Irving, Tex. : Authorlink Press, 1999
ISBN: 9781928704119
Branch Call Number: ANF 364.1523 MICH
Characteristics: 344 p. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Aynesworth, Hugh 1931-


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Jun 29, 2010

A very interesting peak inside the mind of a serial killer. The only way that they could get Ted Bundy to agree to talk to them about his life and the murders he committed was to get him to talk in the 3rd person. (He was still hoping for a reprieve from his convictions). However, it's quite obvious to everyone that he's giving specific details of the murders, that only the murderer could know. Apparently, he only, finally, admitted to some of the murders at the very end, just before the electric chair.

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