As I said a few weeks ago, comedian Tim Wilson has written a book, "Happy New Year - Ted: Theodore Bundy and the Columbus Stocking Stranglings."
Tim and his writing partner, Roger C. Keiss, have been researching the Bundy-Columbus connection for the past two years.
It's strange when I don't hear from Tim every now and then. When he called out of the blue last month, I realized that I had not heard his voice in a few years.
He admits that he's been obsessive about the research. I started to read the book, and I could tell that they truly labored over the research.
Their premise is that Bundy killed four women in Columbus that were blamed on Carlton Gary and William Hance.
It's up to you to see if you believe it.
The book has gone international now. My sister, Dorothy, or Djibouti Girl, as we call her, ordered it and received it about two weeks ago.
It's published by Tracking Hound Press in Chattanooga, Tenn. You can go to www.bundybook.com to order the book. It's $35.95, which includes shipping and handling.
Tim will be in Columbus Friday from 5-8 p.m. in the Loft, 1037 Broadway.
I'll be there. So come on and say hello to our very own Southern comedian. He's the one who co-wrote "The 12 Redneck Days of Christmas" with Jeff Foxworthy.