Posts tagged ‘Fatal Addiction (1989)’

February 7, 2015

Ted Bundys last interview, an innocent deception

“I had asked Ted to do me one favor, as his lawyer, and to not discuss the Florida crimes, just in case we got a stay of execution at the very last minute. On the tape, Dobson asks him about the murder of Kimberly Leach. Ted hesitates and glances around, deciding what to do. I love that moment. I love to see Ted struggling with my instructions, deciding whether to restrain himself or do as he pleases, assert control. He finally chokes out that he can’t talk about it, though he’d like to.

That few seconds of film is Ted’s gift to me. The Reverend Dobson interprets his hesitation as overwhelming remorse.

That was my gift to Ted.”

Nelson, Polly. Defending the Devil: My Story as Ted Bundy’s Last Lawyer. 1st ed. New York: W. Morrow, 1994. Print.

November 30, 2012

Fatal Addiction (1989)

I avoided doing this for far too long. The problem is this interview is too embarrassing for me to watch. This is awful. It’s nothing more than visual proof that Bundy was a sociopath. Anyone who falls for his lies is a straight up clown. There are a couple of times where Ted reveals himself, his true self, but one has to look real hard or you just might miss it.

Makes for a night of great screencapping though. I capped this to Jersey Shore Italy. At 189, I feel I got a bit carried away. Who wouldn’t when looking into these eyes.