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Rudolph Describes Life as FBI Fugutive

Sunday, 08 June 2003 12:00 AM

Rudolph, accused of setting off deadly bombs at the 1996 Olympics, abortion clinics and a gay club has not admitted to any crime, but has been telling police officers about how he survived several years in the North Carolina woods.

Newsweek reported that he told some in law enforcement after his capture that he hadn't been with a woman in so many years, even "the bears started looking good."

Investigators are trying to determine whether Rudolph had help eluding police.

Sgt. Lester White told Newsweek that Rudolph told him he survived by swallowing whole salamanders and eating acorns. Later he hunted deer, bear and turkeys.

He rarely fished in the creeks, Rudolph told officers, because he feared that the roar of the water would drown out the sounds of footsteps.

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