Celene Beth Calderon, a Salt Lake City resident and first-time filmmaker, aims to tell the story of serial killer Theodore Robert Bundy, from his birth at a Vermont home for unwed mothers to his celebrated execution in Florida. For the last six months, Calderon and two local producers have shot interviews of people who knew him, including his court-appointed psychologist, second-chair attorney, LDS Bishop (yes, Bundy converted to Mormonism while in Utah), a woman who claims to have survived being kidnapped and assaulted by Bundy, a local Sheriff who, to this day, scours Utah canyons for remains of victims, and a close friend who describes Bundy as debonair, well-dressed and a likable person. The team also interviewed James Fallon, the neuroscientist and self-diagnosed psychopath, who never knew Bundy but had much to say about the man and the subject of psychopathy. Calderon and crew launched a Kickstarter campaign Friday, October 13th, hoping to reach $50,000 in 18 days. This money will help fund traveling and the shooting of additional interviews, acquiring archival footage, insurance and legal fees, as well as music, graphics, and editing, among other things.