Stephen Michaud, 71, spent months locked in a room intensely interviewing the notorious serial killer in 1976 to get to the harrowing truth of all those murders
Source: Emma Jones
Theodore Robert Bundy was a serial killer, kidnapper, rapist, burglar, and necrophile from Vermont.
Over a four-year period in the 1970s, he assaulted and murdered 30 young women and girls, often faking a limp with a crutch, asking for assistance to his car.
He escaped from prison twice during his trial (during one prison break he went on a killing spree at a college dormitory) and was eventually sentenced to death after one of his victims escaped and testified against him.