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The Riverman: Ted Bundy and I Hunt for the Green River Killer

by Robert D. Keppel

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"After a search of over twenty years, one of America's most elusive serial killers was finally apprehended. Now, read the true story of one man's attempt to get inside se mind of the Green River Killer" July 15, 1982: 3 woman's strangled body was filed, caught on the pilings of Washington state's Green River. Before long, the "Green River Killer" would be suspected in at least forty-nine more homicides, with no end in sight. Then the authorities received an unbelievable letter from the infamous serial killer Ted Bundy -- then on Florida's death row -- offering to help catch the Green River Killer. But he would only talk to one man: Robert Keppel, the former homicide detective who had helped track Bundy's cross-county killing spree. Now these conversations are revealed, in which Bundy speculates about the motive and methods of the Green River Killer -- and reveals his "own" twisted secrets as well. Now, as never before, we look into the face of evil...and into the heart of a killer.… (more)

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VERY creepy true account of Ted Bundy's help with the Green River murders. ( )
  susandennis | Jun 5, 2020 |
The Riverman was written by the detective that sought to catch Ted Bundy. Several years after Bundy had been imprisioned he visited with him to get "tips" on how to catch and identify the Green River Killer. In the process of interviewing Bundy and understanding how the mind of serial killer works, he also hoped to get a last minute confession on the extent of Bundy's crimes before his execution. ( )
  dara85 | Nov 3, 2007 |
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