BILL HAGMAIER’S INTERVIEW WITH TED BUNDY
CIRCA FEBRUARY 13, 1986

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Hagmaier with Ted Bundy


The Green River Murders

Bundy:

The whole long where about this to ... to [untintelligible] and I was struggling to put it in order and I may not be coming across as very precise about this but let me try to make sense of what I'm saying.

How he would stake out a scene would obviously depend on the scene. I mean [laughs] what you can do  - sure one thing. When he comes into an area he's going to come in like any guy returning to any scene of any crime, obviously very, very carefully He's going to be very wary. He's going to be looking for anything out of shape. Um and so  [stumbles over words] If I was uh, uh, undertaking surveillance of this kind scene. You found - you found the body. You've done everything possible to make sure no word about it got out, that would be an undertaking in and of  itself, and I realize the different [unintelligible] basic nature of every detective out there

Hagmaier:

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A Discussion About Scheduling

Bundy:

All we have is twenty minutes [confusion with both talking]I got no problem there. I need to get back and get my files.

Hagmaier:

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