Hugh Aynesworth and Stephen Michaud were in Seattle, visiting Ted Bundy’s mother and stepfather, “a nice lady and a good, simple man who had been through a lot,” in Aynesworth’s words. And who, through it all, had stuck by their Ted, insisting that he couldn’t have been capable of the things of which he was accused.
“We played about an hour’s worth of tape for them, with Ted speculating and so forth. (His mother) fought back the tears. But there was this awful, gurgling sound coming from her, from somewhere deep within her. "Finally, when (the tape was) over, she gets up and just says ‘Would you boys like a piece of pie?’
The Indianapolis Star – April 10, 1983