Ted Bundy, Serial Killer: A Short Biography and Psychological Analysis
Ted Bundy--handsome, charming, and articulate--lured victims to their deaths with tricks such as crutches or a fake cast on his arm. He confessed to murdering thirty young women in seven states between 1974 and 1978, but his true number of victims is unknown. How could such a handsome and intelligent man be such a monster?
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"On other occasions, he broke into victims’ homes and beat them to death or near death as they slept. He took trophies, including at least a dozen victims’ heads, which he kept in his apartment. He not infrequently visited his body dump sites; there he’d groom the victims’ decomposing corpses with cosmetics to make them look alive before having sex with them. He’s known to have said his rapes and murders weren’t about lust or violence; instead, they were about control."
- KAW Publishing, March 2013
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