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

Segment 2 of 6

 

Hagmaier with Ted Bundy


The Michaud and Aynesworth interviews

Bundy:

We taped it with tape recorders just like you have [unintelligible] and I would say to you [tape cuts out] ... and I was saying, "Mo, let's talk about - you know, uh - some of these crimes they suspected you of" and I said, "well, I know you  know I can't really talk about the whole so how do I do it? So let's figure out some way I can talk about it." And we sat here and negotiated how are we going to do it and there wasn't any deception involved at all. It was very deliberate and they said "well, how about if we do it this way and I said, "well I'm going to continue to maintain my innocence but we cam do it based upon what I've read I can speculate that this is what might have happened.

...

Well, we did correctly, I guess, anticipate the baser desires of people who oftentimes buy these books who want to be titillated or who want to have their more prurient interests indulged. There are people who read books for genuine reasons, too, and unfortunately, I think more often than not, they're misled.

Making money from murder

Bundy:

That was not a nice thing to do. First of all, money makes people do things which are sometimes not right.]

Knowing Ted Bundy

Ann Rule

Liz and “Marjorie”

Psychological theories about Bundy

The proper approach

Pop psychology

Bundy myths

Long center-parted hair

The many faces of Ted Bundy

The Master of Disguise

About Disguise

Eye-witness identification

Bundy's first escape

About being unobtrusive

Bundy's arrest in Florida

About being on the Ten Most Wanted List

About being caught

Organized versus disorganized

Becoming paranoid

[Tape ends]

 

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