I read an article by Anne Rule that was published in Writer's Digest many years ago, where she stated that she had felt guilty that she had never seen any evidence that Ted Bundy was the monster he turned out to be, and that he had always been very nice and polite to her and had never even come close to being threatening toward her. It was pointed out to her (I think it was by one of the detectives investigating the case) that the reason he had never seemed threatening to her was because she didn't fit his profile, since she was a divorced woman older than him who had several children, and she had no reason to feel guilty since what he did had nothing to do with her. The article was published back in the 1990s, as I recall, but I remember wondering how I'd react if someone I considered a good friend was shown to be guilty of a horrific crime. I nearly married someone who eventually went to jail for selling cocaine, and because of the timing of when he was caught there was a good chance he'd been doing it when he and I had been dating. Well, if I'd found out what he was doing I'd have turned his hide in to the police.