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The Stranger Beside Me Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Ann Rule
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Topics for Discussion

Explain why you think Ted Bundy's victims had so much in common? Did he seek out these young women intentionally or were their similarities just coincidental?

Discuss the concept of trust. Did Ted grow up believing he could trust people? Why did he think his victims would trust him? Why did they?

A serial killer is different from a murderer. Discuss the differences and similarities between the two.

During Ted Bundy's incarceration he communicated with other serial killers such as David Berkowitz, the Son of Sam killer. What do you think was written in the letters to each other?

What is your opinion of capital punishment? Should it be outlawed or continued?

If Ted Bundy had committed his crimes in Washington or Utah, he would not have received the death penalty. How do you feel about life sentences for someone who commits such terrible crimes?

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