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Serial Killer: Ted Bundy

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Ted Bundy
Murderers are the sinister impressions of the human race and feared everywhere. In the year of 1979, a notorious serial killer and rapist by the name of Ted Bundy was finally caught and locked up for good in the Florida State Prison. Ted Bundy was known for his good looks that fooled the eyes and hearts of the vulnerable. In addition to his handsome figure and a superior disposition, Ted was able to act as a nurturer and take advantage of woman's weaknesses. Taking lives of many, and not feeling a tinge of guilt, Ted was a cold and putrid monster who never learned to stop.
Ted Bundy was actually born with the name Theodore Robert Cowell on November 24, 1946. Eleanor Louise Cowell had Ted when she was a young and single woman in the
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Carol DaRonch was a one of the few woman who escaped Ted Bundy’s attacks, and in 1975 he was arrested. Bundy was charged with a one to fifteen jail sentence. He was also indicted on murder charges of the death of a young Colorado woman two years later and acted as his own lawyer for that case. Jumping out of a window was the way Ted made his first escape, but was captured eight days later and brought back to jail. In December of 1977, Ted made another escape by climbing out of a hole he made in the ceiling of his cell. To do this act, Ted lost more than 30 pounds in order to climb out. While having a 15 hour head start in front authorities, Ted made his way to Tallahasse, Florida (Biography.com…show more content…
Almost a decade later on January 24, 1989, Ted met his consequences at the Florida State Prison. At 7:00 a.m. Ted was put to death by an electric chair. Outside, families gathered and celebrated. For once, justice was served to the many he killed (Biography.com Editores). Even though Ted killed and was no longer alive, some girls and adults were in awe of him and how he managed his crimes. People all over were fascinated by what Ted created of himself and how his popularity held the eyes of individuals.
The number of how many lives Ted Bundy took was uncounted. Some say he slaughtered 30-100 woman in his killing spree across seven states (Crime Feed Staff). More than half of the bodies of Ted’s victims have not been found and the questions families have will never be answered. No one knows why or what made Ted turn into a cold and brutal monster. ‘Serial Killer’ was a phrase nobody used when Ted was alive or when he killed. Now, in the 21st century, Ted Bundy is the definition of a serial
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