The Stranger Beside Me - The Last Chapter—1989 Summary & Analysis

Ann Rule
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Shortly after his first scheduled execution date of March 5, 1986, Ted writes a letter to Ann claiming no animosity toward her and agrees to talk to Ann—just to talk—not so Ann can garner more information for another book about Ted Bundy. Ann communicates with Ted in letters but does not talk directly with Ted, whose new execution date is set for July 2,1986.

Ted's attorneys determine that Ted's competency has never been established but finally Ted is categorized as a sociopath fully aware of his actions, even those during his years of incarceration. On July 1st, Ted receives an indefinite stay of execution.

Ann and Ted continue their letter writing and Ted tries to tell Ann about the serial killer mindset and all the people still fascinated with Ted's crimes.

In October, the third death warrant against...

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