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Not long before his death, Bundy admitted to returning to the corpse of Georgeann Hawkins for purposes of necrophilia. Bundy confessed to keeping other souvenirs of his crimes. The Utah police who searched Bundy's apartment in missed a collection of photographs that Bundy had hidden in the utility room, photos that Bundy destroyed when he returned home after being released on bail.
His girlfriend Elizabeth once found a bag in his room filled with women's clothing. When Bundy was confronted by law enforcement officers who stated that they believed the number of individuals he had murdered was 36, Bundy told them that they should "add one digit to that, and you'll have it.
Lewis diagnosed Bundy as a manic depressive whose crimes usually occurred during his depressive episodes. To Lewis, Bundy described his childhood, especially his relationship with his maternal grandparents, Samuel and Eleanor Cowell. According to Bundy, grandfather Samuel Cowell was a deacon in his church. Along with the already established description of his grandfather as a tyrannical bully, Bundy described him as a bigot who hated blacks, Italians, Catholics, and Jews. He further stated that his grandfather tortured animals, beating the family dog and swinging neighborhood cats by their tails.
He also told Lewis how his grandfather kept a large collection of pornography in his greenhouse where, according to relatives, Bundy and a cousin would sneak to look at it for hours. Family members expressed skepticism over Louise's "Jack Worthington" story of Bundy's parentage and noted that Samuel Cowell once flew into a violent rage when the subject of the boy's father came up.
Bundy described his grandmother as a timid and obedient wife, who was sporadically taken to hospitals to undergo shock treatment for depression. Toward the end of her life, Bundy said, she became agoraphobic. Louise Bundy's younger sister Julia recalled a disturbing incident with her young nephew. After lying down in the Cowells' home for a nap, Julia woke to find herself surrounded by knives from the Cowell kitchen.
Three-year-old Ted was standing by the bed, smiling at her. Bundy used stolen credit cards to purchase more than 30 pairs of socks while on the run in Florida; he was a self-described foot fetishist.
In the Dobson interview before his execution, Bundy said that violent pornography played a major role in his sex crimes. According to Bundy, as a young boy he found "outside the home again, in the local grocery store, in a local drug store, the soft core pornography that people called soft core And from time to time we would come across pornographic books of a harder nature Bundy said, "It happened in stages, gradually.
My experience with pornography generally, but with pornography that deals on a violent level with sexuality, is once you become addicted to it — and I look at this as a kind of addiction like other kinds of addiction — I would keep looking for more potent, more explicit, more graphic kinds of material. Until you reach a point where the pornography only goes so far, you reach that jumping off point where you begin to wonder if maybe actually doing it would give that which is beyond just reading it or looking at it.
In a letter written shortly before his escape from the Glenwood Springs jail, Bundy said "I have known people who Their facial expressions say 'I am afraid of you.
By expecting to be hurt, do they subtly encourage it? In a interview, speaking of a serial killer's justification of his actions, Bundy said "So what's one less?
What's one less person on the face of the planet? Below is a chronological list of Ted Bundy's known victims. Bundy never made a comprehensive confession of his crimes and his true total is not known, but before his execution, he confessed to Hagmaier to having committed 30 murders.
Many of his victims remain unknown. All the women listed were killed, unless otherwise noted. Unknown hitchhiker, Tumwater, Washington area. Confessed to Bob Keppel before Bundy's execution. Joni Lenz pseudonym 18, survived. University of Washington first-year student who was bludgeoned in her bed and impaled with a speculum as she slept. Lynda Ann Healy Bludgeoned while asleep and abducted from the house she shared with other University of Washington co-eds.
Donna Gail Manson Bundy confessed to her murder, but her body was never found. Susan Elaine Rancourt Roberta Kathleen "Kathy" Parks Vanished from Oregon State University in Corvallis while walking to another dorm hall to have coffee with friends. Brenda Carol Ball Disappeared from the Flame Tavern in Burien, Washington. Confessed before his execution. Disappeared in Holladay, Utah. Her body was never found.
Vanished from Midvale, Utah, after leaving a pizza parlor. Disappeared from a Halloween party at Lehi, Utah. Escaped from Bundy by jumping out from his car in Murray, Utah. Debra "Debi" Kent Vanished from the parking lot of a school in Bountiful, Utah, hours after DaRonch escaped from Bundy.
Shortly before his execution, Bundy confessed to investigators that he dumped Kent at a site near Fairview, Utah. An intense search of the site produced one human bone — a knee cap — which matched the profile for someone of Kent's age and size. DNA testing has not been attempted. Bundy is a suspect in the murder of Carol Valenzuela, who disappeared from Vancouver, Washington, on August 2, Her remains were discovered two months later south of Olympia, Washington, along with those of an unidentified female.
Disappeared while on her way to a nearby tavern in Vail, Colorado. Bundy confessed to investigators that he buried Cunningham's body near Rifle, Garfield County, Colorado, but a search did not produce remains.
Abducted while bicycling to visit her parents in Grand Junction, Colorado. Bundy provided details of her murder, but her body was never found. Disappeared while walking alone to the dormitories during a youth conference at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.
Her bludgeoned and strangled corpse was discovered by road maintenance workers on May 2, , in nearby Coal Creek Canyon. Gas receipts place Bundy in nearby Golden, the day of the Cooley abduction. Bludgeoned in her bed, eight blocks away from the Chi Omega Sorority house.
Kimberly Leach 12 , kidnapped from her junior high school in Lake City, Florida. Three TV movies and one feature film have been produced about Bundy and his crimes. Ted Bundy, released in , was directed by Matthew Bright. Michael Reilly Burke starred as Bundy.
He was also a cannibal, necrophiliac, charismatic sociopath and the man whose name came to define the term "serial killer" for the 20th century. Though there were at least 57 documented cases of serial killings in America since , Bundy changed the landscape.
The man who admitted to killing at least 30 women between and -- some experts believe he killed more than a hundred -- was a remarkable criminal in several ways.
Bundy killed in as many as 10 states, more than any serial killer in American history. University of Louisville criminology professor Ronald M. Holmes, who spent two years corresponding with Bundy as well as interviewing him in prison, said Bundy's propensity for travel corresponded with the advent of the nation's interstate system and the increased reliability of transportation. Prior to Bundy, most serial killers murdered in their own backyards. Bundy was the first to deviate significantly from that pattern, establishing the model for the modern-day multiple murderer.
A new breed of killer - Bundy was a type of killer police hadn't encountered before. They weren't yet equipped to deal with him. Bundy's geographical range left investigators with the laborious task of phoning individual police departments across the United States and combing through piles of disparate murder records. It was Bundy, by proxy, who taught the FBI the value of a central murder database.
The media's darling - Bundy, with a hand from the media, changed the face of the serial killer as well. According to Holmes, who has profiled more than murder and rape cases, the public image of the serial killer before Bundy was the psychotic, demented freak with gross physical impairments.
Holmes said there were serial killers before Bundy who were just as charismatic, just as all-American, but they didn't get the media representation Bundy did.
According to various accounts, he stored severed heads in his home, and was a loner who was simultaneously engaged to two women while he was killing.
He incinerated skulls in his fireplace and vacuumed up the ashes. He re-dressed dead victims, ate their flesh, feigned lameness to lure victims and faked accents. He kept one of his victims in his possession for nine days. He twice escaped from custody, was an experienced cat burglar and insisted on strangling his victims while he looked directly into their eyes.
Bundy looked upon serial killing as a macabre mixture of sport, craft and intellectual pursuit. A investigative report stated that Bundy went on dry runs, "picking up a woman and releasing her unharmed to test his skills. He told interviewers he had a Ph. Killed only the best victims - Perhaps Bundy's most significant impact on the public consciousness was the breadth of his killing and the identities of his victims. Bundy didn't kill prostitutes or drug dealers. He killed the police chief's daughter.
He killed pretty young college girls. His crimes caused outrage and led to nationwide media coverage. They were very valuable victims.
Serving as his own defense attorney, Bundy dragged out his execution for almost 11 years. Snippets of his televised trial in Miami came into people's homes on the news each night. By the time he was executed in at age 42, Bundy was so widely despised that, according to Schechter's book, people gathered outside the prison where he was to be electrocuted to toast his death with champagne.
Across the state of Washington, Keppel said taverns in every city put up billboards celebrating his impending execution: I mean, incidents which themselves could cause pressure or stress, be unpleasant to one degree or another or have a disorienting effect. You have to see it in its unique effect on the unique individual. There are no broad generalizations or predictions you can make. You just can't predict behavior like that. Society wants to believe it can identify evil people If someone does something antisocial and deviant, that is a manifestation of something that is going on inside.
Once they do something, then they can be labeled. Predictions can't be made until that point is reached. But not positive enough -- not enduring, perhaps not strong enough to overcome the urges or compulsions that resulted Stress happens to come randomly, but its effect on the personality is not random; it's specific.
That results in a certain amount of chaos, confusion, and frustration. That person begins to seek out a target for his frustrations. The continued nature of this stress this person was under -- the nature of the flaw or weakness in his personality, together with other elements in the environment that offer him a logical target for his frustrations or escapes from reality -- yields the situation we're discussing There is no trigger, it is truly more sophisticated than that.
It sort of manifests itself in an interest concerning sexual behavior, as sexual images But this interest, for some unknown reason, becomes geared toward matters of a sexual nature that involves violence. I cannot emphasize enough the gradual development of this.
It is not short term This is on a different level than this individual would deal with women every day, and not in the context of sexual condition, because that is over here someplace, like collecting stamps. He doesn't retain the taste of glue, so to speak, all day long. But in a broader, more abstract way, it begins to preoccupy him. Eventually the interest would become so demanding toward new material that it could only be catered to by what he could find in the dirty book stores.
The following are statements made by Ted in which he discusses the progressive pattern of sexual violence prior to the commission of murder. And he began, with some regularity, with increasing regularity, to, uh, canvass, as it were, the community he lived in.
By peeping in windows, as it were, and watching a woman undress, or watching whatever could be seen, you know, during the evening, and approaching it almost like a project, throwing himself into it, literally for years These occasions when he when he would, uh, travel about the neighborhoods that adjoined his and search out candidates for So he wouldn't break a date or postpone an important, uh, event And he became increasingly adept at it -- as anyone becomes adept at anything they do over and over and over again What began to happen was that And as the condition develops and its purposes or its characteristics become more well defined, it begins to demand more time of the individual There's a certain amount of tension, uh, struggle, between the normal personality and this, this, uh, psychopathological, uh, entity The tension between normal individual, uh, normal consciousness of this individual and those demands being submitted to him via this competing And it's not an independent thing.
One doesn't switch on and the other doesn't switch off. They're more or less active at the same time. Sometimes one is more active Finally, inevitably, this force -- this entity -- would make a breakthrough Maybe not a major breakthrough, but a significant breakthrough would be achieved -- where the tension would be too great and the demands and expectations of this entity would reach a point where they just could not be controlled.
And where the consequences would really be seen for the first time. When this person drank a good deal, his inhibitions were significantly diminished. He would find that his urge to engage in voyeuristic behavior on trips to the book store would become more prevalent, more urgent. On every occasion when he engaged in such behavior, he was intoxicated. On one particular evening, when he had been drinking a great deal And we'd say that for no And it seized him strongly.
And to the point where, uh, without giving a great deal of thought, he searched around for some instrumentality to uh, uh, attack this woman with. He found a piece of a two-by-four in a lot somewhere and proceeded to follow and track this girl Not terribly well defined, but more well defined as time went on.
He walked up behind her and struck her with a And she fell down and began screaming, and he panicked and ran. What he had done had The sobering effect of that was to And not do anything. For the first time, he sat back and swore to himself that he wouldn't do something like that again And he did everything he should have done. He stayed away from And when he was drinking, he stayed around friends. For a period of months, the enormity of what he did stuck with him, and he watched his behavior and reinforced the desire to overcome what he had begun to perceive were some problems that were probably more severe than he would have liked to believe they were And within months he was back That was the incredible danger: It took six months or so, until he back thinking of alternative means of engaging in similar activities, but not Eventually, he created a plan where he would attack her in, in the house He left very rapidly And then he was seized with the same kind of disgust, repulsion, and fear and wonder at why he was allowing himself to attempt such extraordinary violence To a point they were symbols, uh, but once a certain point in the encounter had been crossed, they ceased being individuals and became, uh, well you could say problems But, recognizing the state of affairs, would sort of conspire with this other part of himself to conceal the act.
The survival took precedence over remorse Saying it was justifiable, it was, uh, acceptable, it was necessary, and on and on. He received absolutely no gratification from causing pain and did everything possible, within reason -- considering the unreasonableness of the situation -- not to torture these individuals, at least not physically. Healy was vanish ed from the basement bedroom the home which she shared with several other students.
More than year had passed before her remains were discovered, as were those of three other young women, scattered on the hillside of Taylor Mountain. He thought about it. What kind of opportunity that offered. And returned to the house later and entered the house Then he went around the house and found a particular door and opened -- really hit and miss. Not knowing who or what, not looking or anyone in particular This was late at night. And presumably everyone would be asleep So obviously she transported up there His home or some secluded area He would have the girl undress and then, with that part of himself gratified, he found himself in a position where he realized then he couldn't let the girl go.
And at that point he would kill her and leave her body where he had taken her. But it could all be justified. The person would attempt to justify it by saying, "Well, listen you, you fucked up this time, but you're never going to do it again. So let's just stay together, and it won't ever happen again. But this did not last for very long. A matter of weeks. We go first into a state of semi-dormancy, and then it would sort of regenerate itself, in one form or another Once the condition began to reassert its force, it didn't look back.
Didn't want to dwell on the preceding event, but begin to plan, anticipate, contemplate the next Experience teaches in overt and subtle ways. And over a period of time, there would be less panic, there would be less confusion, there would be less fear and apprehension. There would be a faster regeneration period. The following statements are made by Ted concerning the abduction and murder of twenty-two year old Kathy Parks. Kathy was last seen on May 6, at Oregon State University.
Her remains were discovered approximately a year later on the hillside of Taylor Mountain. This might give us one as clue as to why this person returned to that site on at least several occasions.
Perhaps it was discovered that when a body was left there, and later when the individual would return to check out the situation, he would find that it was no longer there! The following statements made by Ted are not relative to any one crime in particular. Suddenly it would seem as if the dominant, or formerly dominant Or one that is presented with Fear of being captured or discovered I would envision a continuation of this kind of collaboration Which demands certain gratification, and the more dominant, law-abiding, more ethical, rational, normal self -- which was sort of forced to become a party to this kind of conduct.
Basically you might say there was a shared division of responsibility. This came as much from evolution as from conscious choice. This person could still be very much in favor of law and order and the police And very much moved by people who suffered the death of a loved one.
Complete, genuine responding in a normal fashion. Willing and able to help police. He would have a real feeling in those regards. Not out of a desire to protect or hide. These were just normal responses The uniqueness of the whole situation is how this condition pertained to such a narrow spectrum of activity.
The inhibitions that would normally prevent a person from acting that way were specifically excised, removed, diminished, repressed But only in that tiny, tiny slice! Learned, uh, how to tolerate it.. And perhaps, as a symptom of this matured state of development of the condition Not what was really going on The following is a deposition taken by Polly Nelson, who represented Bundy throughout the collateral appeal process.
It was only at this stage that the question of Ted Bundy's sanity was raised, though not in relation to the crimes. Nelson was hoping prove to the court that Bundy was not, at the time, comepetent to stand trial, therefore invalidating his conviction on three counts of murder. Emauel Tanay, who evaluated Bundy in , is testifying as to what his findings were at that time.
What were your impressions of Mr. Bundy when you examined him on May eighteenth, ? My impressions were that he was an individual who was indeed rather intelligent - who was well informed about a variety of matters - but, just as I indicated in my preliminary report, based on documents only, namely April twenty-seventh, , he showed a typical picture of someone who suffers from a lifelong personality disorder.
Someone who was, what we would call in psychiatry, an impulse-ridden indivdual, prone to acting out and more involved with immediate gratification than any long-term concerns. He was what in the literature has been described in the past as a typical psychopathic type of personality. This is an old term that is no longer used outside of textbooks, but nevertheless I found it quite descriptive of Mr.
Someone who has no control, or at least impaired control, over his or her impulses. Most people might perceive a certain type of impulse to act in a certain fashion, because it might gratify some kind of need, but they will reflect about it and make choices. Impulse-ridden individuals don't have that ability. They are driven to gratify their impulse without subjecting it to reflection.
Turning to page four of Exhibit Fifteen, you state that "in the nearly three hours which I spent with Mr. Bundy I found him to be in a cheerful, even jovial, mood. He was witty but not flippant; he spoke freely; however, meaningful communication was never established. He was asked about his apparent lack of concern so out of keeping with the charges facing him. He acknowledged that he was facing a possible death sentence.
However, he said, 'I'll cross that bridge when I get to it. Could you describe more fully what Mr. Bundy's mood and affect was like at that time? Bundy was more involved with impressing me with his brilliance and his wit than to use the services that had been arranged for him of an expert.
He was informed that I was someone of national reputation and that he was to avail himself of these services - Mr. Minerva and other members of the defense team had so informed me - but that did not take place. Bundy dealt with me as if I was a reporter for Time magazine or some other publication. He certainly didn't deal with me as if I was a psychiatrist retained by the defense to assist in defending him when he was facing a death sentence.
He played a similar game with me as he played with the investigators. You see, I pointed out to him that a person who committed these type of sadistic homicides may be someone who may have available to him the defense of insanity, and I clearly indicated to him that it may be useful for him to discuss that with me; and just like he did with the investigators, he was confessing that he did - and I say "confessing" in quotes, because it wasn't an official confession, but he was leading me to believe that he indeed committed these acts.
Just like he told the investigators, to use their own words, that he was telling them that he did it, and yet he wasn't. So he was creating a situation where he was pursuading people that he committed these acts and yet making it impossible for a psychiatrist, like myself, to review this in a manner that could convceivably assist his lawyer in formulating a defense, and he played it, ya know, he talked to me but never really talked to me about the situation directly.
He never acknowledged that he committed the acts, therefore we could never discuss them, and yet he was indicating, in a manner that I can't really describe to you, just as he did with the police officers, that he was the one who did it. What was your impression of the reason that Mr. Bundy was acting in that way? My impression was that it was typical behavior of a psychopath who likes to defy authority, who has a need, who is driven to defy authority - and that includes lawyers, psychiatrists, law enforcement, judges - and that was more important to him than saving his own life.
He was typically responding to a gratification of the moment. You wrote here on page five of Exhibit Fifteen that "Mr. Bundy rationalized away every piece of evidence which linked him to the crime," and a little further down, "Mr. Bundy has an incapacity to recognize the significance of the evidence held against him. It would be simplistic to characterize this as merely lying, in as much as he acts as if his perception of the evidence was reality - he makes decisions based upon these distorted perceptions of reality.
On the same page I am describing, or making reference to what I knew at the time the evidence was against him, which certainly I was told by his attorneys was persuasive. By confronting him with the interview I tried to find out if he would respond to my pointing out to him the reality that he was facing, which he did.
He simply rejected it. At the bottom of the same page you state, "It is my opinion, based on a variety of data, that his dealings with the criminal justice system are dominated by psychopathology. He was doing the same thing, he was being the same psychopath when he dealt with his victims that he tortured and killed as when he was dealing with lawyers who were helping him, or investigators who were trying to solve the crime.
He was behaving in the same manner - psychiatrically it was the same, even though the consequences were obviously not as tragic, since he couldn't harm anybody in the manner that he harmed his victims. He was harming other people. He was destructive to himself. He was destructive to his lawyers. My observations were that he was manipulating people around him, including his lawyers, even though it was destructive to him.
Ultimately he was the victim of it all, but he was victimizing other people even while he was in jail. In your opinion, was this behavior of Mr Bundy's under his conscious control?
No, it was not. This was part and parcel of his maladaptive personality structure. He was doing what was dictated by his personality disorder. This psychopathology that you note, with which he deals with the criminal justice system, was that a temporary phenomena or was it a chronic condition?
It was a lifelong pattern. It was not a temporary phenomena. It was an expression of his basic persoanlity structure. The real background of it is the fact that I told Mr. Minerva that I did not believe that Mr. Bundy would do what he was told to do, and my recollection was that Mr. Minerva was writing this to confirm that I was right, because I did - I recall Mr.
Minerva expressing to some degree, I would have to say, admiration, for the fact that I had anticipated what would occur - I did not think that Mr. With the advice of his lawyers - including even Mr. Farmer, who supposedly Mr. Bundy greatly respected and admired - and that he would take the guilty plea, because it was my view that he would not, because that would terminate the show, his ability to be the celebrity would come to an end, he would be just someone who was spared from the death sentence, and the show would be over.
Whereas, his need was to have the proceedings go on and on in order to gratify his pathological needs. Bundy made the decision to reject the plea bargain, in your opinion would that have been a rational decision? It was, in my opinion, clearly an irrational decision, even though I anticipated it, not because it was rational but because it was consistent with the psychopathology, the mental disorder from which he suffered.
In fact, had he done what his lawyers advised him to do, that would have been rational, since it was forseeable that he would be convicted and face the death penalty.
Bundy's behavior with his attorney and his actions in terms of self-representation and other defense matters, was that an integral part of his psychopathology? He behaved like a typical psychopath with his lawyers, and, for that matter, with me. You testified at the competency hearing of June eleventh, At that hearing, did Mr. Bundy's competency counsel, Mr. Hayes, explore your opinion to develop facts on which to make a decision as to Mr.
No one did that. To be very simplistic about it, my feeling of that hearing was like someone who dressed up for the party and arrived and they canceled the party. I was asked very few questions, and very little information about my knowledge of Mr. Bundy or the case was placed on the record.
I have testified - I belive the first time was thrity years ago, and I have testified on many occasions since - but this is the only case like that, where I have been declared an adverse witness to both parties, and where information that I had was really not developed by the means of an adversary proceeding. Normally, one side pulls in one direction, the other side pulls in the other direction, and considerable information is elicited.
I always consider cross-examination to be essential to develop a point of view that I am presenting. Did you feel that your opinion was adequately presented in this hearing?
There was no exploration - that was my impression, I made some notes of it - that was my impression of what happened, and when I read it now that just confirms that my considerable work invested in the case was not utilized in that hearing. I mean, I did not develop my opinion and explain my opinion in this case.
An expert witness, unlike a lecturer in a classroom, cannot function on his or her own. He or she is completely, say, at the mercy of whoever takes the testimony. Did you have an opinion at the time of the hearing on June eleventh whether or not Mr.
Bundy was able to assist his counsel? Considering the nature of the functions that he was to perform as a defendant claiming innocence, it was my opinion that he was not able to stand trial. When you say assist his counsel, he was his own counsel. Was he capable of changin g that behavior and not becoming his own counsel? In my opinion, he was not. He was predictably unpredictable. What I mean by that is that one could anticipate that he would be guided more by showmanship than prudence.
Referring to the first factor in the Florida rules of criminal procedure governing competency to stand trial, do you have an opinion as to whether Mr. Bundy was able to appreciate the charges? Yes, I do have an opinion that he was able to appreciate the charges intellectually. When you say "intellectually," do you mean that there was some way in which he was not able to appreciate the charges? I'm of the opinion that he did not appreciate the seriousness of the charges.
He could intellectually tell you what the charges were, but he just dismissed them as real insignificant - based on his rich imagination of law enforcement - which was not the case. Clearly the charges were based upon solid evidence, but that was not his view.
Tanay, when you say that Mr. Bundy dismissed the weight of the evidence against him, was that merely carelessness on his part or was that due to an emotional or mental factor? It was part of the illness, his attitude was the product, the outcome, of the nature of the illness. Looking to the second factor of the Florida standards, was Mr. Bundy able to appreciate the range and the nature of the possible penalty? Again, intellectually he was. As I pointed out in my report, he said that he would cross that bridge when he came to it, when I was asking him, Do you know that you are facing th death snetence?
He could intellectually acknowledge it, but he sure didn't act like a man who was facing a death sentence. He was acting like a man who did not have a care in the world. I think I commented upon it in my report, that he was cheerful and acted more like a man who was not in jail but was onstage. It's consistent with the diagnosis that I have previously described, of someone who is typical psychopath or suffers from a personality disorder.
As I indicated in my report, Mr. Bundy was acting as if Mr. Minerva was his third assistant and not a lawyer representing him. Did you in June of have an opinion as to Mr. Bundy's ability to assist his attorneys in planning his defense?
That he was unable to assist in planning his defense. To the contrary, he was interfering with whatever meaningful plans the defense made. He sabotaged pretty consitently what the defense lawyers had worked out. His conduct was symptomatic of his illness, and it was outside his control.
What was your opinion as to Mr. Bundy's motivation to help himself in the legal process? He was not motivated by a need to help himself. He was motivated by the need to be the star of the show, as I pointed out in my report.
He was the producer of a play in which he was playing a big role. The defense and his future were of secondary importance to him.
I have absolutely no doubt that he was a disaster as cocounsel or chief counsel of his own defense and that was certainly forseeable. AP - The heavy footsteps of emergency medical technicians and the crackling of police radios awakened Susan Denton from a deep sleep to a scene of horror and blood. Another sorority sister, Kathy Kleiner, sat dazed on her bed down the hall, blood pouring down her face. Two others had been strangled: Margaret Bowman's body lay in her room, and Lisa Levy died on the way to the hospital.
You go through all that,'' said Ms. Denton in an interview recently. She still quivers at the memory of the January attacks and of the sinister stranger with the engaging smile and magnetic appeal who was finally convicted of the rampage, Theodore Robert Bundy.
It has been 10 years since Ted Bundy was executed in Florida's electric chair. Denton, who for 14 years worked to make Florida's victim rights laws more sensitive to crime victims. From early to early , the stranger called "Ted'' stalked young women on college campuses, at shopping malls, in apartment buildings and grade schools in Washington, Oregon, Utah, Idaho, Colorado and finally Florida.
Two decades ago, on Feb. During questioning, the driver kicked Lee's legs out from under him and ran. Lee fired a warning shot, then a second round at the fleeing man. Lee thought he had wounded the man but soon found himself in a struggle over his gun. He finally subdued and arrested the man. The man was a suspect in the murders of the two Chi Omega sisters and Kimberly Leach, a year-old abducted from outside her school in Lake City on Feb.
He was Ted Bundy. As a teen, Bundy was shy and sensitive. At a Seattle crisis center, he counseled the depressed, the alcoholic, the suicidal. He graduated with a degree in psychology from the University of Washington in , designed a program for dealing with habitual criminals and wrote a pamphlet on rape for the King County crime commission.
Although no one knows for sure how many women Bundy killed, his first victim is believed to be Mary Adams, 18, whose battered body was found in her Seattle bedroom on Jan. In the next year and a half, police investigated several disappearances and killings of women in the West, some of them since linked to Bundy. That fall, he was charged with killing a Michigan nurse in Aspen, Colo. But he escaped from custody twice, the last time in December And once again, the murders started mounting.
Bob Keppel, chief investigator of the Washington state attorney general's office, spent Bundy's final days trying to tie him to unsolved crimes. We were able to feel he was the one who committed all the murders. He confessed to more than 30 of them,'' said Keppel, author of "The River Man'' about Bundy's murderous odyssey. Mike Minerva, who defended Bundy in the Chi Omega murders, said prosecutors offered a deal to spare his life if he pleaded guilty to the three Florida slayings in exchange for 75 years in prison.
Bundy backed out at the last minute. He just couldn't do it,'' said Minerva, who works in the public defender's office in Tallahassee. After 11 years of trials and appeals, then-Florida Gov. Bob Martinez signed the final death warrant against Bundy on Jan.
After drafting a will and letters to his mother, wife and daughter, there was one more thing the killer wanted. The sun was peeking over the horizon on Jan.
As witnesses walked into the cold air from the stuffy execution viewing area, fireworks erupted in the cow pasture across the road from Florida State Prison. There, hawkers sold "Burn Bundy Burn'' T-shirts and gold electric-chair lapel pins. Dozens cheered when the hearse carrying his body drove by. As he watched the execution, his mind replayed vivid images of that April day in when her body was discovered.
The Wacky World of Murder. Ted Bundy is a striking contrast to the general image of a "homicidal maniac": But his private demons drove him to extremes of violence that make the gory worst of modern "slasher" films seem almost petty by comparison. With his chameleon-like ability to blend, his talent for belonging, Bundy posed an ever-present danger to the pretty, dark-haired women he selected as his victims.
Linda Healy was the first fatality. On January 31, , she vanished from her basement lodgings in Seattle, leaving bloody sheets behind, a blood-stained nightgown hanging in her closet. Several blocks away, young Susan Clarke had been assaulted, bludgeoned in her bed a few weeks earlier, but she survived her crushing injuries and would eventually recover.
As for Lynda Healy, she was gone without a trace. Police had no persuasive evidence of any pattern yet, but it would not be long in coming. On May 6, Roberta Parks failed to return from a late-night stroll in her Corvallis neighborhood. Ten days later, Georgann Hawkins joined the list of missing women, lost somewhere between her boyfriend's apartment and her own sorority house in Seattle.
Now detectives had their pattern. All the missing women had been young, attractive, with their dark hair worn at shoulder length or longer, parted in the middle. In their photos, laid out side-by-side, they might have passed for sisters, some for twins. Homicide investigators had no corpses yet, but they refused to cherish false illusions of a happy ending to the case.
There were so many victims, and the worst was yet to come. A crowd assembled on the shores of Lake Sammamish to enjoy the sun and water sports of summer. When the day was over, two more names would be appended to the growing list of missing women: Janice Ott and Denise Naslund had each disappeared within sight of their separate friends, but this time police had a tenuous lead.
Passers-by remembered seeing Janice Ott in conversation with a man who carried one arm in a sling; he had been overheard to introduce himself as "Ted. With that report in hand, detectives turned up other female witnesses who were themselves approached by "Ted" at Lake Sammamish. In each case, he had asked for help securing a sailboat to his car.
The lucky women had declined, but one had followed "Ted" to where his small Volkswagen "bug" was parked; there was no sign of any sailboat, and his explanation - that the boat would have to be retrieved from a house "up the hill" - had aroused her suspicions, prompting her to put the stranger off.
Police now had a fair description of their suspect and his car. The published references to "Ted" inspired a rash of calls reporting "suspects," one of them in reference to college student Theodore Bundy. The authorities checked out each lead as time allowed, but Bundy was considered "squeaky clean;" a law student and Young Republican active in law-and-order politics, he once had chased a mugger several blocks to make a citizen's arrest.
So many calls reporting suspects had been made from spite or simple overzealousness, and Bundy's name was filed away with countless others, momentarily forgotten. On September 7, hunters found a makeshift graveyard on a wooded hillside several miles from Lake Sammamish.
Dental records were required to finally identify remains of Janice Ott and Denise Naslund; the skeleton of a third woman, found with the others, could not be identified. Five weeks later, on October 12, another hunter found the bones of two more women in Clark County. One victim was identified as Carol Valenzuela, missing for two months from Vancouver, Washington, on the Oregon border; again, the second victim would remain unknown, recorded in the files as a "Jane Doe.
On October 18, Melissa Smith vanished in Midvale; her body, raped and beaten, would be unearthed in the Wasatch Mountains nine days later. Laura Aime joined the missing list in Orem, on October 31, while walking home in costume from a Halloween party; a month would pass before her battered, violated body was discovered in a wooded area outside of town.
A man attempted to abduct attractive Carol Da Ronch from a Salt Lake City shopping mall November 8, but she was able to escape before he could attach a pair of handcuffs to her wrists. Authorities in Utah kept communications open with police in other states, including Washington. They might have noticed that a suspect from Seattle, one Ted Bundy, was attending school in Utah when the local disappearances occurred, but they were looking for a madman, rather than a sober, well-groomed student of the law who seemed to have political connections in Seattle.
Bundy stayed on file, and was again forgotten. With the new year, Colorado joined the list of hunting grounds for an elusive killer who apparently selected victims by their hairstyles. Caryn Campbell was the first to vanish, from a ski lodge at Snowmass on January 12; her raped and battered body would be found on February On March 15, Julie Cunningham disappeared en route to a tavern in Vail.
One month later to the day, Melanie Cooley went missing while riding her bicycle in Nederland; she was discovered eight days later, dead, her skull crushed, with her jeans pulled down around her ankles.
On July 1, Shelly Robertson was added to the missing list in Golden; her remains were found on August 23, discarded in a mine shaft near the Berthoud Pass. A week before the final, grim discovery, Ted Bundy was arrested in Salt Lake City for suspicion of burglary. Erratic driving had attracted the attention of police, and an examination of his car - a small VW - revealed peculiar items such as handcuffs and a pair of panty hose with eyeholes cut to form a stocking mask.
The glove compartment yielded gasoline receipts and maps that linked the suspect with a list of Colorado ski resorts, including Vail and Snowmass. Carol Da Ronch identified Ted Bundy as the man who had attacked her in November, and her testimony was sufficient to convict him on a charge of attempted kidnapping.
Other states were waiting for a shot at Bundy now, and in January he was extradited to Colorado for trial in the murder of Caryn Campbell, at Snowmass. Faced with prison time already, Bundy had no time to spare for further trials. He fled from custody in June, and was recaptured after eight days on the road. On December 30 he tried again, with more success, escaping all the way to Tallahassee, Florida, where he found lodgings on the outskirts of Florida State University.
Suspected in a score of deaths already, Bundy had secured himself another happy hunting ground. In the small hours of January 15, , he invaded the Chi Omega sorority house, dressed all in black and armed with a heavy wooden club. Before he left, two women had been raped and killed, a third severely injured by the beating he inflicted with his bludgeon.
Within the hour, he had slipped inside another house, just blocks away, to club another victim in her bed. Detectives at the Chi Omega house discovered bite marks on the corpses there, appalling evidence of Bundy's fervor at the moment of the kill. On February 6, Ted stole a van and drove to Jacksonville, where he was spotted in the act of trying to abduct a schoolgirl.
Three days later, twelve-year-old Kimberly Leach disappeared from a schoolyard nearby; she was found in the first week of April, her body discarded near Suwanee State Park.
Police in Pensacola spotted Bundy's stolen license plates on February 15, and were forced to run him down as he attempted to escape on foot. Once Bundy was identified, impressions of his teeth were taken to compare with bite marks on the Chi Omega victims, and his fate was sealed.
Convicted on two counts of murder in July , he was sentenced to die in Florida's electric chair. A third conviction and death sentence were subsequently obtained in the case of Kimberly Leach. After ten years of appeals, Bundy was finally executed in February , he confessed to a total of 28 murders. This bio was taken from "Hunting Humans," by Michael Newton. A one-time Boy Scout with a promising career in Washington state politics, Ted Bundy appeared to be an example of a good, upstanding citizen.
But behind the congenial facade lurked a force which landed him in an electric chair in January of this year. In the last few hours prior to his widely-publicized execution for the murder of as many as 50 young women and girls from Utah, Washington, Idaho, Colorado and Florida, the serial killer asked Christian psychologist James Dobson to visit him at the Florida State Prison.
Bundy had corresponded with Dr. Dobson - a former member of President Reagan's Commission on Pornography - for two years prior to their meeting. While anxious reporters waited outside, Bundy told Dobson about the influence of pornography on his behavior. Bundy said he began casually reading soft-core pornography when he was 12 or 13 years old.
His friends found pornographic books in the garbage cans in his neighborhood: Like an addiction, you keep craving something that is harder, something which gives you a greater sense of excitement. Until you reach a point where the pornography only goes so far, you reach that jumping off point where you begin to wonder if maybe actually doing it would give you that which is beyond just reading or looking at it.
Within a few years, those latent desires fueled by pornography were expressed through his first murder. Although Bundy said he did not blame pornography, he explained that pornographic materials shaped and molded his behavior.
He also warned the nation that "the most damaging kinds of pornography Because the wedding of those two forces, as I know only too well, brings out the hatred that is just, just too terrible to describe.
Bundy said that pornography "snatched me out of my home 20, 30 years ago While committing the murders, Bundy said he felt as if he was possessed by "something There is just absolutely no way to describe first the brutal urge to do that kind of thing, and then what happens is once it has been more or less satisfied and recedes, you might say, or spent, that energy level recedes and basically I become myself again. I wasn't some guy hanging out at bars or a bum.
I wasn't a pervert in the sense that people look at somebody and say, 'I know there is something wrong with him, you can just tell. Ted Bundy acknowledged that he deserved the death penalty, even though there were anti-death penalty demonstrators outside his prison cell up until the moment of his execution.
Bundy's last words of confession and warning about pornography are an echo of statistics, research, and reports conducted within the last decade about the link between pornography and sexually violent crime. Unfortunately, many of the warnings in those reports still have not been heeded, and pornography has been taken for granted or considered a necessary evil.
Out of a test group of 18 rapists studied who used 'consenting pornography' to instigate a sexual offence, seven of them said that it provided a cue to elicit fantasies of forced sex. A study released by the University of New Hampshire has proven that the states which have the highest readership of pornographic magazines such as Playboy and Penthouse also have the highest rape rates.
The Michigan State Police department found that pornography is used or imitated in 41 percent of the sex crimes they have investigated.
The Free Congress Research and Education Foundation discovered that half of all rapists studied used soft core pornography to arouse themselves prior to seeking out a victim. Although researchers and media analysts may ballyhoo the impact of soft core pornography - claiming protection under the free speech provision of the Constitution - mounting evidence seems to be favoring a national crackdown on porn as a necessary means to stop crime.
In recent years, as more of this type of research has been published, significant gains have been made against pornographers as major retailers have removed porn from their shelves. Ted Bundy's confessions to Dr. James Dobson - a leader of the largest segment of pro-family forces in the U.
Joni Lenz's roommates had not been particularly worried when they didn't see her in the morning of January 4, But when she still wasn't up and around that afternoon, they went into her basement bedroom to see if she was sick.
A horrifying sight confronted them. Ann Rule in her now famous classic book on the subject, The Stranger Beside Me, wrote that Joni, 18, had been badly beaten.
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