Author Stephen Michaud shares the chilling account of the more than 100 hours he spent interviewing serial killer Ted Bundy. Bundy was guilty and he had no intention of admitting it, at least not openly. However, they did see a possible way to finesse the situation. Although Bundy was not ready to say, "I did it," he clearly wanted to discuss himself and what he'd done. So Michaud offered him a way to do that, to "speculate" about the murders, and the person who committed them, in the third-person. "Ted jumped at the suggestion," Michaud recalls. "It wasn't long before we were deep into his macabre world, exploring regions of the criminal psyche I hadn't guessed existed." Michaud also admits (for the first time publicly) that he misled prison officials by representing that he was a private investigator working on behalf of Bundy's legal defense.