The Stranger Beside Me - Afterword Summary & Analysis

Ann Rule
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It is now 1986, six years after Ted Bundy has been sentenced to die, and Ann updates the reader on Ted's appeals and life on Death Row. Even Ann is surprised by Ted's ability to rally and maintain a fight to stay his execution date. During this time, Ann receives much celebrity as the author of this book, originally published in August of 1980, which she thought had concluded with the pronouncement of the death sentences. Ann is deluged by strangers claiming some knowledge of Ted Bundy or by inquisitive types who want to know what Ted is like personally.

There are also stories from women about encounters with Ted Bundy from which they escaped, especially from the young women from the Chi Omega sorority who do not understand how they came so close to death and somehow were passed over that fateful...

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