The Stranger Beside Me - Chapters 24, 25 and 26 Summary & Analysis

Ann Rule
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Chapters 24, 25 and 26 Summary and Analysis

Ted adapts to life in Utah State Prison and continues his correspondence with Ann, telling her that he is somewhat of a celebrity and is valued among the other prisoners for his legal knowledge. One letter from Ted in September subtly reveals Ted's despondence over his situation and his intent to kill himself. "Unlike times of low morale I have survived in the past, I know I will not wake up in the morning refreshed and revived. I will wake up knowing only what has to be done—if I have the courage," Chapter 25, p. 232.

Ted decides to live and throws himself wholeheartedly into his defense of his innocence in the murder of Caryn Campbell in Colorado nearly a year before. Ted is found with items which would aid an escape and is put into solitary confinement. Letters...

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