Ted Bundy Case

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Theodore Robert Bundy was a serial killer, kidnapper, rapist, burglar, and necrophile. During the 1970’s he murdered a great number of young women and girls. He would lure the young women in his car with his charm, on the passenger side of his vehicle there was no door handle so the women could not escape. He would carry with him many weapons to torture and kill his victims, he would mostly keep the weapons in the trunk of his vehicle. After bundy lured one of his victims into his vehicle he would take them somewhere secluded mostly rocky areas or in the woods. He would torture, rape, and in some cases play games with them, like choking them until they pass out over and over, then kill them. Eleanor Louise Cowell was Ted Bundy’s mother. …show more content…
He was pulled over for driving violation, the police found mysterious items in the trunk of his car including, handcuffs, and a crowbar. They arrested him for suspicion of burglary. The police hooked the DaRonch case to Bundy, and his mystery tools. The markings on DaRonch’s wrist matched the handcuffs in Bundy’s car. DaRonch also picked out Ted Bundy in a lineup to pick out her kidnapper. Bundy was found guilty and sentenced to 15 years in prison for the kidnapping of DaRonch in February of 1976. Then in October 1976 Bundy was charged for the murder of Caryn Campbell. Bundy was allowed to roam free throughout the courtrooms because he was his own lawyer, and that is when he escaped out of a law library window in June of 1977, but was caught only a week later. Soon after his first escape he escaped again on December 30th of 1977, where he changed his name and made his way to Florida and pretended to be a college student. Bundy snuck into sorority killing 2 young women, then killed a 12 year old girl a day or two later. He was pulled over for driving a stolen vehicle, throughout all his arrests he stayed calm and collected and believed he did nothing wrong, he went on trial June 25, 1979 for the murders of the women from the sorority, he served as his own attorney and was found guilty and sentenced to two death sentences. The next time he went on trial it was for another murder he committed, he did not serve as his own

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