By Robert Keppel
The real tale of the 5 12 months collaboration among Robert D Keppel, the manager felony Investigator for the Washington kingdom lawyer common, and serial killer Ted Bundy, who joined forces to attempt and music down a a number of assassin often called the golf green River Killer
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She had heard a struggle, and when she’d gone to see what had happened she found her husband lying bleeding, in their bathroom. Enumclaw is in King County, but it is about as far removed in ambiance from Seattle as a windmill is from the Space Needle. The newest detectives usually got the homicides in the little towns on the edges of the county, and Keppel and Dunn drew the Stergion case. As I write this, the O. J. Simpson trial is in full flower, and so much of the prosecution’s case—and the defense’s—hinges on a pair of black leather gloves.
I learned that to bring the suspect in, you must advance your investigation in orderly phases, corner the suspect, and carefully conduct the interrogation in order to gain his confidence. But first you must break down the barriers within your own department, among your own colleagues, and within a command structure that will usually deny the existence of a serial killer at large and all the trouble it brings. Ted Bundy was speaking to me. “I just said that the Hawkins girl’s head was severed and taken up the road about twenty-five to fifty yards and buried in a location about ten yards west of the road on a rocky hillside.
He found my name in a NEXIS search and convinced me I had a multitude of valuable experiences to write about. Bill guided me through what began as the drudgery of writing and the pain of long-buried memories. His skills at thoughtfully weaving together my sometimes-fragmented writing were invaluable. A joyless, dismal, black and sorrowful issue: Here is the babe, as loathsome as a toad Amongst the fairest beings of our time —Shakespeare 1995 Foreword by Ann Rule As anyone who reads this remarkable book will quickly conclude, Bob Keppel is a superlative detective.