which had an epilogue of sorts added. Bundy got married during
one of his sentencing hearings, when a young woman was on the stand as a character witness for him. In the middle of the questioning, he asked her to be his wife, and she agreed; under Florida law it constituted a legal marriage for some reason.
What really surprised me though, was that she apparently managed to get into the prison and have relations with him (not sanctioned by the prison), became pregnant & had a daughter, who would now be in her late teens. I cannot imagine that Ann Rule would have included this in the postscript if it was not true, since by the time the new edition came out she had a well-established reputation, and also because she actually knew him.
A lot of bad people have family, and they have to deal with what their relative has done, but I'm not sure how you would handle finding out that your father was the most famous serial killer in US history, and that your mother married him after he had already been convicted of his crimes.
There are people who think Bundy killed many more girls than he admitted to killing, so who knows if this Green River guy really is the worst serial killer in US history, but at least he is out of circulation. From seeing some of his hearing, and reading abt the case, there at least appears to be something 'off' about him. Who knows: there may be a serial killer out there who has had more victims, but was just a little smarter & established than Bundy. Scary thought.