“The tight security give me the impression they regard me with Houdini-like awe. Several additional locks have been welded to my cell door. They call it the ‘slammer’. A guard comes by to check on me every few minutes…I am kept by myself. They are scared to death I will escape from them. Imagine such an unjustified fear.” – Ted Bundy in a letter to Anthony Polk, a reporter for Rocky Mountain News. He smuggled the letter out of the Tallahassee jail on February 23, 1978.