TV Movie | Not Rated | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
Based on a true story, this film depicts the life of Theodore Robert Bundy, the serial killer. In 1974, after having murdered several young women, he leaves Seattle for Utah, where he is a ... See full summary »
According to Ann Rule in an updated edition of her true crime novel about Ted Bundy, "The Stranger Beside Me", after "The Deliberate Stranger" first aired on TV, the real Bundy started to receive hundreds more love letters per day. Rule concluded that many of these women who sent Bundy love letters were actually writing them to Mark Harmon, or imagining that Bundy was more like Harmon than he actually was.
Hi, I hate to bother you and be the one to mess up your tan and all.
Lisa Rutledge: Well then, move out of my sun.
Ted Bundy: Actually, I was looking for a kind soul, preferably a pretty one, to help me unload a sailboat from my car.
Lisa Rutledge: Flattery and a broken arm will get you ...
In a scene where Cas is supposedly reading an article about the Ted murder case, the actual article under the headline has nothing to do with the story. In fact, it is nothing more than three or four paragraphs reprinted next to each other to look like a real newspaper article. This can be verified when the DVD is paused when a close up shot of the headline is shown.
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