The Stranger Beside Me - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Ann Rule
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Epilogue Summary and Analysis

Although Ted is sentenced to death, the state of Florida pushes for Ted to be tried for the murder of Kimberly Leach. It is generally understood that the state does not want to risk the possibility of Ted getting off if Ted should happen to be found not guilty in an appeal of the Chi Omega murders. The trial begins on January 7, 1980, in Orlando, Florida, with Judge Wallace Jopling presiding. Media and public attention is at a much reduced level of interest as compared to Ted's previous murder trial. Carole Ann Boone seems to be the only person completely vested in the outcome of this second trial.

The only real excitement in the proceedings comes on February 6 when it is learned that Carole Ann Boone has applied for a marriage license to marry Ted Bundy. Judge Jopling authorizes Ted's blood test...

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