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Tuesday, January 29, 2019

30 Years Ago Serial Killer Ted Bundy Put to Death in Florida He Was Attractive and Smooth That's How he Got Close to Women he Raped and Murdered.

30 Years Ago Serial Killer Ted Bundy Put to Death in Florida He Was Attractive and Smooth That's How he Got Close to Women he Raped and Murdered. To this day, Ted Bundy’s story continues to fascinate the public. In fact his chilling tale has already been adapted into numerous movies. The latest of which is Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, slated to be released this year. Over the weekend, its first trailer, starring Zac Efron as Ted Bundy, was released. Though it shares the same director, in contrast to the Netflix series, the film focuses on Ted’s story told largely in the perspective of Ted’s ex-fiancĂ© Elizabeth Kloepfer, played by Lily Collins. 

Kevin Fallon, a critic at the Daily Beast, said Efron’s “Hot Ted Bundy” had Sundance viewers feeling “awkward.” “While there is opportunity, even a responsibility, to explore the macabre charisma and ensuing fame that erected the tent around the Ted Bundy circus ... Extremely Wicked fails to offer any broader context, any exploration into how that played into his murder spree, or even any other insight into Bundy and his psyche aside from his narcissistic desire for attention, and talent for grabbing it,” he wrote.
"Serial Killer Ted Bundy was attractive, intelligent, and smooth," "that's how he got the attention of the women he killed, women need to be aware of who they're trusting, "if you were in bed with a monster, would you know it?" Ted Bundy is considered to be the most charming serial killer in history. He raped and mutilated many women. He confessed to having killed 30, though the exact number remains unknown. His modus operandi (MO) was to plaster his forearm arm and approach women in parking lots asking for help. He would then take them to an isolated place where he would mutilate and rape them and have sex with their corpses. 
30 years ago today, serial killer Ted Bundy was executed by electric chair in Florida. Bundy was convicted of aggravated kidnapping in Utah and sentenced to 15 years in prison. While behind bars, he was charged with two murders in Colorado and was moved there for trial. That was a fateful move for Bundy. He managed to escape from jail in Aspen in June 1977. After being recaptured, he escaped again. Bundy stole several credit cards and assumed a false identity. He made it to Florida, where in January 1978, he strangled two sorority sisters at Florida State University. A few weeks later, he murdered a 12-year-old girl. He was finally arrested again -- this time for good -- in 1978 by an officer who had stopped him for speeding. 
In Florida, he was convicted of the three murders and sentenced to death. He claimed innocence until his final days. He described more than 20 killings according to HistoryLink.org, often crying as he spoke. Biography.com reports he admitted to 36 killings, but experts believe the final tally could be up to 100 or more. Police suspect he could have been responsible for unsolved deaths and disappearances dating back to when Bundy was just 15 years old. On the morning of Jan. 24, 1989, Theodore Robert Bundy was put to death around 7 a.m., according to Biography.com.


TED BUNDY SERIAL KILLER: Tallahassee, Florida: Two killed and two injured in the Chi Omega killings: Lisa Levy, 20 (beaten with a log, raped, bitten and strangled). Margaret Bowman, 21 (beaten with a log and strangled with a pair of panty hose). Karen Chandler (survived). Kathy Kleiner (survived). Cheryl Thomas (bludgeoned in her bed just a few blocks away from the above killings; survived). February 9, 1975- Lake City, Florida: Kimberly Leach, 12 (raped, killed and her body discarded in Florida's Suwannee River State Park). Serial killer Ted Bundy slaughtered more than 100 women nationwide his lawyer has revealed. The psycho went to the electric chair in Florida in 1989 at age 42, after ­admitting 30 killings. But that was less than a third of his true toll, according to the man who defended him in the 70s. In a new book John Henry Browne says that the rapist, kidnapper and necrophiliac Ted Bundy preyed on pretty young petite females with long brown hair nationwide from Seattle WA to the Florida State University (FSU) campus Tallahassee Fl.

On January 15, 1978, Bundy committed his first murders in almost two and a half years. He broke into the Chi Omega sorority at the Florida State University Tallahassee, raped, strangled, and bludgeoned students Lisa Levy and Margaret Bowman. Two other students were also attacked but survived. The same night, he attacked another woman eight blocks away. She also survived. On February 9, 1978, Bundy committed his last known murder. Ted Bundy abducted 12-year old Kimberly Leach outside her school, raped and killed her and tried to hide the body in an abandoned hog shed. On the morning of February 15, he was arrested for driving a stolen vehicle and was quickly linked to the sorority murders. Ted Bundy was an unusually organized and calculating criminal who used his extensive knowledge of law enforcement methodologies to elude identification and capture for years. His crime scenes were distributed over large geographic areas; his victim count had risen to at least 20 before it became clear that numerous investigators in widely disparate jurisdictions were hunting the same man. His assault methods of choice were blunt trauma and strangulation, two relatively silent techniques that could be accomplished with common household items. 
Ted Bundy deliberately avoided firearms due to the noise they made and the ballistic evidence they left behind. He was a "meticulous researcher" who explored his surroundings in minute detail, looking for safe sites to seize and dispose of victims. All of Bundy's known victims were white females, most of middle-class backgrounds. Almost all were between the ages of 13 and 25 and most were college students, youth and beauty were "absolutely indispensable criteria" in his choice of victims. 


One of the only photos in existence of serial killer Ted Bundy and his infamous Volkswagen note no passenger seat so that victim could be laid out on the floor out of sight. The victims of serial killer Ted Bundy would be overpowered, bludgeoned, and restrained with handcuffs. Most were sexually assaulted and strangled, either at the primary crime scene or (more commonly) after transport to a pre-selected secondary site, often a considerable distance away.At secondary sites he would remove and later burn the victim's clothing, or in at least one case (Julie Cunningham's) deposit them in a Goodwill Industries collection bin, Bundy explained that the clothing removal was ritualistic, but also a practical matter, as it minimized the chance of leaving trace evidence (DNA touch evidence today) at the crime scene that could implicate him. Ted Bundy confessed to killing 36 women in seven states, Washington, Utah, Colorado, Oregon, Idaho, California and Florida before he was executed by electric chair on January 24, 1989.

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