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I found it interesting, too. I haven't paid a lot of attention to the issue, but I had the inkling that the multiple personalities diagnosis was  considered vaguely out of the mainstream, if not completely wacko. It was hard to get a read on what the documentary thought of Lewis.

On the other hand, it triggered a memory for my sister. She remembered being in a Bank of America in Marina del Rey (CA) when this guy behind her started complimenting her. He liked her long, straight, parted-in-the-middle hair. My sis is the first to admit she's not a raving beauty, so she was suspicious of him. She's suspicious of everybody (ha) but he really pinged her creep meter. She ignored him, didn't make eye contact and left as soon as she could.

Turns out Bundy was in California that summer (1973). But this was before his "pattern" was really developed in 1974. She had a flashback to the encounter while watching this show, and she said physically the guy was very similar to Bundy. As she says, though, it was so long ago she can't be sure, and it was probably just an everyday garden variety creep. She had a co-worker who had claimed to have escaped from Richard Ramirez, so I was teasing her that she was like her "crazy" former co-worker.

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