TED BUNDY BRUTALLY MURDERED OVER 30 WOMEN
From his arrest until his execution in 1989, Ted Bundy was interviewed extensively by psychologists, journalists, and law enforcement. He offered insight into the thoughts and methods of other serial killers. It wasn't until the last few days of his life that he confessed to his crimes, which he attributed to a mysterious Entity he claimed compelled him to kill.
Dr. Al Carlisle, Ph.D., evaluated Bundy for the Utah court in 1976. Ever since, Carlisle has painstakingly reconstructed Ted Bundy's history through conversations with Bundy's friends, lovers, neighbors, investigators-and through Bundy's own words.
The only book of its kind, I'm Not Guilty gives a thorough analysis of the facts of Bundy's life and crimes based on Carlisle's research findings. Then, through an authoritative, speculative interview with Bundy, Carlisle enhances what is known about the origins of the Entity and Bundy's need to kill, in which we learn why a "normal child" could grow up to be a serial killer.
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I’m Not Guilty
It’s hard to understand how people close to Ted Bundy could totally be blind to the different moods or physical changes in his body language. Part of it could be people want to see the good in others. Society also finds it hard to believe that people who come across as a solid citizen could find it unbelievable that there could be an ugly side of such people. We really want to trust our instincts. Ted Bundy didn’t even who he was even as a child. The author has amazingly dig deep into Bundy’s soul when he interviewed him.