Gazette Telegraph – April 13, 1983
His wife, Carole Boone, calls him “Bunny”. He is a good man, she says, a doting husband and proud father, relentlessly skewered by the state.
Michaud and Aynesworth say Carole – just one of many women drawn to Bundy over the years – was taken in by a nearly impenetrable « mask of sanity » that hides his pathology. That mask « gave him a preternatural power to manipulate, a capacity whose effect was akin to magic. It was this power that made him such an effective killer and so impossible to track down… and he used it to bind women to him. »