The Case of Theodore (Ted) Bundy discusses the life of Ted Bundy from his apparent somewhat normal childhood to his murderous rampage and up to his death, a sentenced electrocution.
Ted Bundy known as a compulsive liar, it is suspected would possess a more troubled childhood than he would admit. Despite confessing eventually to 30 murders speculation is Ted would continue to hide the murder of one of his neighbors, a little eight year old girl, when he was only fifteen.
Perhaps this was the act propelling Ted's wild spree and prison break. It would be the same charm and charisma Ted would possess, which would lead these women into unfamiliar and unsafe territory where a psychopathic madman would lie dormant.
Ted Bundy was a visitor to my apartment in the 70's... I thought he was darling and wanted to date him. Needless to say, glad I didn't. I have read most everything ever written about him and since this was new to me... I picked it up without really checking it out. This book is poorly researched (if at all), with unbelievably poor writing skills (4th grade) and an unbearable reader. "Gag a maggot" is the line that keeps running through my head. Of interest it is only 30 minutes long... so the misery is short.
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