Born as Theodore Robert Cowell on November 24, 1946 in Burlington, Vermont, Ted Bundy – dubbed America’s most notorious serial killer, was the poster boy for the charming mass murderer. Between 1974 and 1978, Ted Bundy kidnapped, tortured, raped, decapitated and dismembered about 30 young women in seven US states.
Ted Bundy chose attractive girls with long hair parted in the middle and being a handsome and charismatic young male himself, he had no troubles gaining their attention. He would often feign an injury (by wearing a fake cast over his hand or using crutches) or act as a police detective with a fake badge. He would maim girls who got tricked with a crowbar, take their bodies deep into the woods and have his way with them.
He would often return to his crime scenes, groom the corpses with make up and as proper necrophile, have sex with their decomposing bodies. Dead girls don’t say no. Ted Bundy knew it.
Ted Bundy Biography
Single mothers are almost always, without an exception single mothers for a reason. There’s big trouble screaming out of every single mother and whomever disregards the fact, is setting themselves up for a big surprise. Woman who spawned Ted Bundy was a single mother who couldn’t even solidly pinpoint the physical father of the boy. Got to be a treat having a single mother for mother.
The dumbest specimen from a herd of sheep are typically chosen to become psychologists. Psychologists who “studied” Ted Bundy have all kinds of answers as to why living without a father and believing his mother Eleanor Louise Cowell was his sister affected the boy so much that he evolved into a serial killer. These same psychologists probably believed all about the acts of valor involving dives to shield girlfriends.
Ted Bundy was brought up in Philadelphia by his grandparents Samuel and Eleanor Cowell who treated him as their son. His whore mother never told him he was a bastard son so he had to find it out, to his own dismay, himself.
In 1950, Ted Bundy’s whore single mother changed her name from Eleanor Louise Cowell to Louise Nelson and moved with her bastard son from Philadelphia to Tacoma in the state of Washington. In Tacoma, Louise met with Johnny Culpepper Bundy, exchanged genital fluids with him and tricked him into marrying her. Ted however never felt close with his new found stepfather.
While attending Woodrow Wilson High School, Ted Bundy was arrested as a minor on a number of occasions on suspicion of burglary and auto theft. As is customary in Washington, these transgressions were expunged from his criminal record when the boy turned 18.
After graduating from high school, Ted Bundy enrolled and dropped out of a number of universities, seemingly unable to finish what he started. After a year at the University of Puget Sound, Ted Bundy transferred to the University of Washington where he fell in love with pinky pair of labia by the name of Stephanie Brooks. Since he could never keep his job to earn any decent money, the full of self Stephanie Brooks dumped Ted Bundy’s ass.
In the fall of 1969, Ted Bundy bumped nasties with previously married Elizabeth Kloepfer, aka Meg Anders, aka Beth Archer, aka Liz Kendall from Ogden, Utah, re-enrolled at the University of Washington as a psychology major and took a job at the Suicide Hotline crisis center is Seattle where he met with biographer Ann Rule who later wrote a book titled “The Stranger Beside Me” about him. Nothing like being suicidal and getting a future serial killer on the line to talk you out of it.
Ted Bundy graduated from the University of Washington in 1972 and joined the re-election campaign of governor Daniel J. Evans. After governor’s re-election, Ted scored a job as an assistant to Chairman of the Washington State Republican Party – Ross Davis. Thanks to recommendations from Ross Davis and Daniel Evans, Bundy was accepted into the University of Utah law schools despite mediocre test scores.
During his 1972 trip to California which he took as part of the Republican Party, Ted Bundy re-connected with previously too full of herself Stephanie Brooks. Because now he had connections with politicians and a well paying job, Stephanie was all of a sudden interested in him and proposed a marriage. Fucking gold diggers everywhere! Ted responded by dumping her ass like her gold digging labia had done to him before. Good fucking riddance.
Shortly after, he started skipping classes at the law school and at the same time, girls started to mysteriously disappear.
Ted Bundy Murders
There are speculations that Ted Bundy may have committed his first murder at the age of 14. He however repeatedly denied his involvement with the death of 8 year old Ann Marie Burr of Tacoma.
His first documented assault would have taken place on January 4, 1974. Ted had allegedly entered the bedroom of 18 year old Joni Lenz whom he bludgeoned with a metal bar from her bed frame and sexually assaulted with a speculum. The woman survived.
Soon after the unexplainable disappearances started to occur at a high rate. In February of 1974, Ted Bundy broke into the room of Lynda Ann Healy whom he beat unconscious and carried away. In March of the same year, 19 year old Donna Gail Manson – student at The Evergreen State College in Olympia became his next victim. Susan Elaine Rancourt disappeared from Ellensburg, south east of Seattle in April. May was the month of the disappearance of the Oregon State University in Corvallis student Roberta Kathleen Parks.
After the disappearance of 22 year old Brenda Carol Ball and Georgeann Hawkins in June, the police was already receiving tips about a brown haired man with a light-brown Volkswagen Beetle. However back in 1974 the cops did not have the technology and DNA sampling we have today and because the killer never left any physical evidence, his tracking was slow and coming.
On July 14, 1974 Ted Bundy made a move on 5 women on a crowded beach at Lake Sammamish State Park in Issaquah. He introduced himself as “Ted” and asked them to help him load his sailboat on his Volkswagen Beetle because his arm was injured. Four refused right away, one refused when she saw there was no sailboat at his Beetle.
Despite having audience on the beach, Ted eventually succeeded in attracting 23 year old Janice Anne Ott who was seen by witnesses to leave in his company. An hour later, 18 year old Denise Naslund left to use the washroom but never returned. The corpses of Janice Anne Ott and Denise Naslund were found in September by a hunter about 2 miles away from the lake. Six months later, parts of skulls of his previous victims were found on Taylor Mountain east of Issaquah.
Murders in Utah
In August 1974, Ted Bundy moved to Salt Lake City where he attended the University of Utah Law School. Being an avid hiker, he raped and strangled an unidentified female hiker he met in the wild in Idaho. In October, he kidnapped 16 year old Nancy Wilcox in Holladay and took her into the woods. Her remains were never found.
17 year old Melissa Smith, daughter of the Midvale police chief was abducted 2 weeks later. Another 17 year old – Laura Ann Aime became his next victim. Both were found by hikers beaten, raped, sodomized, and strangled with nylon stockings.
In November, Ted Bundy eventually messed up big. He approached 18 year old Carol DaRonch disguised as a police officer and tried to handcuff her in his car but after accidentally putting both cuffs on the same hand she was able to slip out of the car and ran away. Carol identified Ted which landed him on trial for attempted kidnapping. He was found guilty and sentenced to 15 years in prison. Before that happened, to make up for Carol DaRonch’s escape, Ted abducted 17 year old Debra Kent.
In 1975, Bundy shifted his criminal activities to Colorado. 23 year old Caryn Campbell was abducted inside the Wildwood Inn in Snowmass. 26 year old Julie Cunningham was abducted on her way to dinner. 25 year old Denise Oliverson was abducted in April while riding a bicycle.
In May of 1975, Ted Bundy lured 12 year old Lynette Culver into a hotel room where he drowned her and sexually violated her dead body. Murder of Susan Curtis whom Ted Bundy abducted on June 28, 1975 was the last murder Ted confessed to.
Arrest and Escape from Prison
On August 16, 1975, more than a year after abductions and murders of young girls started to occur in Washington, a police officer in Utah pulled over a suspicious Volkswagen Beetle driving at night with its lights out. The trooper searched the car and found a bag with a crowbar, handcuffs, an ice pick (where did you get your idea from, Luka?), ski mask, strips of leather, flash light, garbage bags, and other such items which made him immediately suspicious. He was released on bail.
After this, Ted Bundy tried to clean up the tracks of his murders however the trail he left behind was too obvious to miss at this point. Traces of hair of two of his victims were found in the car, a brochure for the Aspen Colorado Hotel – where another girl was murdered was found in his apartment, he paid for gas with his credit card so that helped to establish where he went and on which day – all in all, despite being that clean cut law student whom nobody would suspect of murder, all leads were pointing at him.
The mishap with Carol DaRonch who escaped him with handcuffs on one hand resulted in his conviction and extradition to Colorado. Thank to his petition to represent himself, he was allowed to study in a library and in July 1977, he jumped off the library’s second story window and got away.
Authorities caught Ted Bundy a week later, but in December, the killer tried again and escaped from his jail cell in Aspen, disappearing in the Colorado blizzard. He made his way to Tallahassee, Florida and just a week into his stay, he was back to approaching young women to abduct.
On January 15, 1978 Ted Bundy entered the Florida State University’s Chi Omega sorority house where he assaulted 4 girls, killing 2 of them. 21 year old Margaret Bowman was bludgeoned with a piece of firewood and garrotted with a nylon stocking. 20 year old Lisa Levy was beaten unconscious, strangled and sexually assaulted with a hair mist bottle. Kathy Kleiner and Karen Chandler were also badly beaten but survived. Tallahassee detectives determined that all four attackes took place within a 15 minute time frame.
After the sorority house beatings, Ted Bundy broke into a basement apartment a few blocks away where he attacked Cheryl Thomas. This one also survived.
On February 8, 1975 Ted Bundy drove in a stolen van to Jacksonville where he approached 14 year old Leslie Parmenter but left her be after her older brother showed up. The following day, disguised as a cop he kidnapped and killed 12 year old Lake City Junior High School student Kimberly Diane Leach.
On February 12, 1975 after driving a stolen VW Beetle to get out of Tallahassee, Ted Bundy was stopped by Pensacola police officer David Lee and tried to flee. The officer fired a warning shot and pursued the suspect whom he later tackled and arrested.
Trial and Execution
On July 24, 1979 Ted Bundy was found guilty of the sorority murders and sentenced to death by electrocution. Bite marks on Lisa Levy’s nipple, which were so deep her nipple had been nearly bitten off were one of the crucial factors which lead to Bundy’s conviction. Six months after his first death sentence, Ted Bundy was tried in Orlando for the abduction and murder of Kimberly Leach and was sentenced to death again.
While fighting his sentence from behind bars, Ted Bundy married Carole Ann Boone and had a daughter Tina with her. During interviews with FBI profiler Robert Ressler, Bundy spoke about murders hypothetically and always in third person. As his execution date drew nearer, Bundy confessed to more murders and contacted the Green River Task Force to offer personal insights on unsolved cases.
On January 24, 1989 at 7:06 am, Ted Bundy was executed by electric chair. His death was cheered on by as many as 500 people who gathered at the prison gate. I only saw a similar bunch of retards who cheered at other man’s death when a flock of sheep extraordinaire gathered round following the joke by Kenyan that some small dicked faggots killed Osama bin Laden.
Ted Bundy Documentaries
Being one of the most notorious serial killers in America, Ted Bundy has been studied by many a smart psychologist trying to understand what they fundamentally can’t. This handsome, charming and cultured man also attracted attention of film makers resulting in a number of documentaries, as well as a movie inspired by his life. Below are videos of three documentary programs dedicated to the phenomenon which was Ted Bundy. Each describes the killer in its own way, even though in the end, they all talk about the same thing.
Ted Bundy Documentary from the Born To Kill series:
Ted Bundy Documentary from the Biography series:
Ted Bundy Documentary from the Deranged series:
And a gallery of crime scene photos showing victims of serial killer Ted Bundy. Unfortunately, only bad quality, low resolution photos have been leaked. Also check out Ted’s last interview he gave before the execution and his autopsy photos: