Ted Bundy reaches out from the grave to reveal his most closely-held
Who was the man behind the mask?
Why did Bundy become a killer?
Can we learn the identities of more of his victims?
Can we find any of their remains?
Were Bundy’s accounts of his escapes truthful?
Why did he choose the death penalty over life?
Why did he devise his “bones for time” scheme?
Was he influenced by pornography?
How did he feel about his life of depravity?
What is the significance of Bundy’s last words?
Did he inspire the Gainesville student killer?
Enter the mind of Theodore Bundy and learn, through his words and images, the
truth behind this enigmatic killer.
books about serial killers on death row place you, the reader, in the
You see only the characters as they are being portrayed.
Bundy: The Felon's Hook is
different. It takes the you backstage—behind the scenes with the cast and crew—where
you quickly discover that nothing
is as it seems.
This book is comprised of three parts:
Part One presents a story, written under Ted
Bundy's direction, about Robert, a young man serving the last year of a
sentence for selling marijuana. It is a simple tale about Robert’s
hopes, dreams, and plans as he anticipates his upcoming release. The
reader, by coming to understand Robert, can begin to understand Ted
Part Two recounts the research conducted to
establish that Bundy was driving force behind the story and that its
revelations were truthful. A surprise twist in the line of research
leads to a shocking new revelation.
Part Three is a series of essays, each focusing on
different aspects of the case in light of the revelations made in the
first two parts:
· Victims' Issues;
Bundy's interview with James Dobson;
His "bones for time" scheme;
Why he killed;
It ends with Bundy's terse self-assessment as he reflects on his
life of depravity.