He seems sincere. But you have to understand, I mean, we're playing mind games with a serial killer. In the first episode, he very abruptly signs off and says, "That's it" — and hangs up. Is that because of a time constraint on him, or is that just a control issue on his part?
Kelly: He has a time constraint and he has a control thing. Phelps : When he's done talking about a certain subject, maybe not the entire subject, but that aspect of it, when he's done, that's it. He doesn't want to hear more about it. That's it. He's done. Do you have unrestricted access to him? Kelly: We have to schedule time for the show, but I have unrestricted time.
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I talk to him two, three times a week, at least weekly. Did you approach him specifically for the show? Phelps: No. This show came out of a friendship between John Kelly and myself. I've written 20 books, and I've done a lot of television work.
So I'd been trying to develop a show for many years. I met Kelly a number of years ago, and he became an excellent mentor and an excellent source. Whenever I wrote a book about a serial killer, John would help me understand that dark mind in the book I was writing. When John told me one day, "I've been corresponding and really using a serial killer in prison as a source of mine," the light bulb went off over my head like in a cartoon. And I said, "That's it.
This is the idea that I've been waiting on. And then I let John handle it from there with "13," to get his involvement secured. Kelly: I went to "13" and asked him if he wanted to do this, if he wanted to get involved and put himself out there, to try and help solve some of these cold cases and bring them back into public view. And he agreed to do it. Are there any other "Hannibal Lecters" you might use in the series going forward? Phelps: At this point I have "14," "15," "16," "17" waiting in the wings, all willing to help.
There's no shortage of these guys willing to do this type of thing because there's a psychological payoff for them. But we've got to be very careful with who we choose.
Right now, I'm interviewing and using as sources many different serial killers. Killers that I correspond with and I talk to on the phone, just trying to figure out who is sincere and who is not sincere. This case can be solved. One of them is myself. It's like a package deal. Why "13," for his name? Is that a hint, or is that some suggestion of his identity or the things he's done?
Or is it just a random name? Phelps: I'm going to hold off on that one, because you can look at that in any different way.
Any different way you want to look, you can look at " I think it's a perfect code name, if you will. So it does have some significance … Kelly: Well, it's been used in some pretty gory crimes, "Friday the 13th" and all …. Phelps: Let me answer this for you better.
Can it be used to unearth who this guy is? Absolutely not. It's not something diabolical that we chose that had to do with Matthew, you were a consultant on "Dexter" … do you think the show realistically depicts a serial killer? Phelps: No, not at all. The crime scenes there and the actual crime solving is more realistic than the actual serial killers.
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