On January 18, 1989, attorney James Coleman, who represented Ted Bundy since 1986, tried to stop short the confessions without success, “He wanted them to try and understand, but he didn’t understand himself, either. He spent a lot of time trying. He was disappointed that the detectives didn’t want to talk about why he did these things. They only cared about details, such as where the bodies were buried.”
Upon realizing that the detectives were only interested in the what and where, Ted cancelled all the Monday interviews to meet a last time with his psychiatrist, Dorothy Lewis. – The Orlando Sentinel.