The Stranger Beside Me - Chapters 30, 31 and 32 Summary & Analysis

Ann Rule
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Chapters 30, 31 and 32 Summary and Analysis

The days following the attacks are filled with the collection of evidence by the authorities and increased police coverage near the campus. Ted, posing as Chris Hagen, chats with his neighbors about the attacks, assuring them that whoever committed the crimes is clearly a professional and must be long gone.

Ann still denies that Ted could be responsible for the Florida attacks, thinking instead that Ted would not jeopardize his new-found freedom by risking the possibility of discovery through new attacks.

One of Cheryl Thomas' neighbors reports a stolen license plate (13-D-11300) from his camper and receives a new plate. Soon after, a white Dodge van is reported stolen from the Florida State Audio-Visual Department.

On February 8, 1978, a young girl, Leslie Ann Parmenter, in Jacksonville, Florida, is approached by a man in a white van while waiting at a...

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