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 law student and where other girls disappear. It takes the cooperation of a number of police forces to work efficiently on this case. Soon, but not soon enough, the police eliminate endless possibilities and close in on him. Bundy is tried in the media and his good-boy attitude brings him sympathy but also the hatred of many.
Steve Richer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
He was easy to like. Deadly to know. Tough to catch.
Did You Know?
Both Richard Larsen and Ann Rule's books about Ted Bundy had the word "Stranger" in them, and for completely different reasons: In Larsen's book, and this movie, it refers to Bundy and his victims, remaining a Deliberate Stranger; while Rule's is about working side-by-side with Bundy, The Stranger Beside Me. See more
Katie Hargreaves (based on Laura Aime) is seen leaving a Halloween house party mildly intoxicated to buy a pack of cigarettes. In reality, Laura Amie left a Halloween party but it was at a local cafe (not a friends house). Amie was also not as intoxicated as she was portrayed to be in the film at the time of her disappearance. Amie also left the party because she was bored with the activity. Some sources also indicate that Amie was indeed leaving to buy a pack of cigarettes, others state she was heading to a local park, while others say that she was heading home, but her exact destination has never been confirmed. See more
You're just grasping at straws. Just straws, Jerry.
What kind of game are you playing?
You keep at it. Maybe if you find enough straws you can put the broom together.
References The Towering Inferno