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The Riverman Paperback Cover
The Riverman: Ted Budy and I Hunt for the Green River Killer
Robert D. Keppel and William J. Birnes
New York, NY: Pocket Books. 1995.
475pp. Illustrated. [Infamous Murders]
ISBN: 0671867636

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In The Riverman, Dr. Robert Keppel who was instrumental in the search for Ted Bundy, describes his experiences consulting on the Green River Killer case. Responding to an offer from Ted Bundy to assist in the investigation, he performed a series of interviews with one of the world's most nortorious serial killers in an attempt to gain insight into one of the most prolific killers in US history. Bundy provides unique insights into various aspects of the organized serial killer such as victim selection, motivation, triggering factors, and body disposal. Keppel provides overviews of the Bundy and Green River Killer cases, and uses his unique knowledge of Bundy's crimes to put a fascinating perspective on 2 of the worst killers the US has ever seen. Highly recommended.


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