Ted Bundy: Conversations with a Killer by Stephen G. Michaud, Hugh Aynesworth (NT)

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He was a sadistic monster. 
A master manipulator. 
His grisly killing spree left at least 30 innocent young women dead. 

Awaiting execution in a Florida electric chair, America's most notorious serial killer speaks - providing a chilling insight into his twisted mind. 

This is Ted Bundy's final confession. 

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Ted Bundy: Conversations with a Killer by Stephen G. Michaud, Hugh Aynesworth (NT)

Ted Bundy: Conversations with a Killer by Stephen G. Michaud, Hugh Aynesworth (NT)

He was a sadistic monster. 
A master manipulator. 
His grisly killing spree left at least 30 innocent young women dead. 

Awaiting execution in a Florida electric chair, America's most notorious serial killer speaks - providing a chilling insight into his twisted mind. 

This is Ted Bundy's final confession. 

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