From the Fox Files VI: Inside the Twisted Mind of Ted Bundy

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In this episode of "From the Fox Files," we'll enter the twisted mind of serial killer Ted Bundy. In 1999, in a "Fox Files" exclusive, you'll hear the voice of the killer in his death row confessions to legendary FBI agent and profiler Bill Hagmaier. Hagmaier, who went on to lead the FBI's Behavioral Science unit depicted in the film "Silence of the Lambs," was trying to get Bundy to give up more information about his confessed murders of young women. In addition, Hagmaier was convinced that Bundy killed other women whose remains were never found.

And do you remember when the Spice Girls came to America in 1998 and Ginger had just left the group? We do, and our cameras were backstage as Posh, Baby, Scary and Sporty prepared for a tour without Ginger. See the fabulous Posh (then Victoria Adams) before she was a designer and married soccer star David Beckham. See Sporty (Melanie Chisholm) before all her tattoos. Hear Scary (Melanie Brown) before she was on "Dancing With the Stars" and Baby (Emma Bunton) before she became a judge on Britain's "Dancing on Ice."

Then go on a wild 1998 ride with "Fox Files" as we join an elite police squad in Newark, New Jersey. As Newark was then the auto-theft capital of the country, we took a ride with the Essex-Union Auto-Theft Task Force, New Jersey's leading crime-busting machines. Find out what it takes to catch a car thief in action.

You will finish up on the finish line with the team that became the best of the best in the U.S. Army's 1999 Best Ranger Competition. This 27-year-old grueling competition continues to this day at Fort Benning, Georgia.

And it's a 1999 jaw-dropping encounter with the Shark Wrestler who shows "Fox Files" just how he "free dives" to get closer to sharks with no protection.

It's all waiting for you here "From the Fox Files."