Arsa Louna
Arsa Louna asked:

Does this book contain a the exact details about Ted Bundy's murders and how he was caught?

Robert Many of his victims were never found so it's hard tell all the exact details. Many details of how women disappeared and some details on the few whose bodies were found. Unfortunately many were just bones by the time they were found. The most detailed account is perhaps his attack on the sorority house in which 4 college students were attacked in their sleep(two were killed and two others severely injured). This was unfortunately one of the few times bodies were found and a lot more detail is given here. So much so even made me squeamish, and I've already read several Ann Rule's books so I'm not a newbie to horrible crime scenes.

It does talk of how he was tracked down and eventually caught by Florida. They didn't realize at first who they had and that he was on the run from Colorado on a murder charge. Police eventually put the pieces together and he gets the electric chair for the murders.
Shelby The book gives detail on each victim and how they disappeared. It doesn't go into the grotesque side of things, but gives a lot of information about how the victims were kidnapped, where it was done, and the investigation's attempts to connect it to the various suspects they had on their list.

And yes, it talks about how he was caught. Rule talks about Bundy and how he was perceived at the time, as well as her personal friendship with him.
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