Officer Conner spoke up on the extension, “All right. Just tell me where you are and we’ll have someone come and pick you up.”
“Yeah,” said Kemper. “That’s what I want.”
At Officer Conner’s suggestion, he left the telephone booth, walked to the curb, and checked street signs not far from where his car was parked.
“I’ll be at Twenty-first Street and Norwood Avenue in Pueblo,” he said. “I’m driving a car I rented in Reno.”
Officer Conner spoke up. “Hey, Ed. While we’re talking to you, we’re going to have somebody come over.”
“Yeah,” said Edmund Kemper, “I wish to shit you would, really, ‘cause I have over 200 rounds of ammo in the trunk and three guns. I don’t even want to go near it.”
He (Kemper) wanted to get it all out now – the waiting was coming to an end. But suddenly he broke off. “The man’s here. Whew! He’s got a gun on me!”
“Let me talk to him,” said Officer Conner.
Excerpts from The Co-ed Killer by Margaret Cheney and drawings by David Jouvent from his upcoming graphic novel about Ed Kemper.