Ted Bundy

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Theodore Robert Bundy (1946-1989) was a notorious serial killer and rapist during the 1970s and 1980s. The word "serial murder" was coined in response to his crimes.

Bundy killed his victims, all female, in Washington, Oregon, Utah, and Florida, they were usually between the ages of 16 and 30, although one Kimberly Leach, was 12, and another Ann Marie Burr, who Bundy murdered when he was 14, was only 8. He would usually brutally bludgeon his victims, then strangle them. He was executed in 1989 by the electric chair for his last murder in Florida. He was interviewed by James Dobson prior to his execution and blamed his criminal tendencies on pornography though this is generally considered to be one of his deceptions.[1]

Prior to his crimes, Bundy was an assistant to the Chairman of the Washington State Republican Party and worked on the reelection campaign of Governor Daniel J. Evans.[2]

Ann Rule's true crime biography The Stranger Beside Me is about Ted Bundy.

  1. Michaud, Stephen; Aynesworth, Hugh (October 1989). Ted Bundy: Conversations with a Killer (Paperback ed.). New York: Signet. ISBN 978-0-451-16355-4. Transcripts of the authors' Death Row interviews with Bundy.
  2. Rule, Ann (2009). The Stranger Beside Me (Paperback; updated 2009 ed.). New York: Pocket Books. ISBN 1-4165-5959-0.