The Stranger Beside Me - Chapters 36, 37, 38 and 39 Summary & Analysis

Ann Rule
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Chapters 36, 37, 38 and 39 Summary and Analysis

During the interrogation in Pensacola, Ted admits that he is Ted Bundy, a revelation which means nothing to the Florida authorities. The investigators eventually learn that Ted is one of the FBI's Ten Most Wanted individuals and Ted unburdens himself on tape for hours in the Pensacola jail. When the FBI joins in on the questioning, the authorities learn that Ted is responsible for thirty-six murders.

Ann's successful screenwriting venture in Hollywood ends in the screening of a movie on the day that Ted reveals his crimes to the authorities. Ann instinctively knows that Ted wants to return to Washington and she offers her services as liaison to expedite legal proceedings in Ted's case. Detectives in Seattle are willing to fund Ann's trip to Pensacola but the Florida authorities have first rights to Ted and they are not willing...

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