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    Theodore Robert Conwell, more commonly known as Ted Bundy, was born on November 24, 1946 to Eleanor Louise Cowell in Burlington, Vermont. He was considered an illegitimate child because his mother was not married and didn’t even know for sure who the father was. Her parents were very religious and to prevent the social stigma of the bastard child, raised Ted as their own and told him that his mother was his sister. As a toddler, Ted was known to have an affinity for knives. His aunt Julia describes a time where she had “awoken from a nap to find that she’d been surrounded by knives from the kitchen and Ted was standing by the bed smiling.“(Rule 200) Which shows disturbed behavior as a small child. When…

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    Ted Bundy Psychology

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    Cowell who was a music professor, Eleanor was Ann Marie’s piano teacher. Author Rebecca Morris wrote “Ann liked to follow him around when he got ready to deliver newspapers in the afternoon”. According to a family friend Bundy and Ann were really close friends. Rebecca Morris also wrote “the best suspects in 1961 was a high school neighbourhood boy who lived two houses away from Ann, police questioned him a couple of times, but there was not enough evidence”. Fourteen years later Ann’s mother…

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    Ted Bundy Research Paper

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    Theodore Robert Cowell, also known as Ted Bundy who killed 40 women. Bundy’s mass spree went unseen for a number of years because of his personality and lifestyle. Ted Bundy was born in Burlington, Vermont on 24th of November 1946 to his mother Eleanor Louise Cowell and his father Lloyd Marshall and on Teds birth certificate his father was a salesman and Air Force veteran. (Rule, 2000), Ted’s family suspected that his mother Louise may have fathered the baby with her own violent and abusive…

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    Ted Bundy Personality

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    their own son to avoid the social stigma at the time that accompanied birth outside wedlock. They told family, friends, neighbors and even young Ted that they were his parents and his mother was his ‘older sister’, eventually Ted found out the truth though his recollection of the circumstances varied. He told a girlfriend that a cousin showed him a copy of his birth certificate after calling him a "bastard,” but he told Stephen Michaud and Hugh Aynesworth that he found the certificate himself.…

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    Dean Arnold Corll Essay

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    The death of 28 innocent people, 13-20 year old teenage boys to be exact,-- all of them raped, tortured, and strangled to death-- were all conducted by the person: The Candyman. Oh the irony of a child’s favorite treat being the nickname of a serial killer; what an oxymoron. Dean Arnold Corll, The Candyman, was able to obtain these victims to commit these crimes by the aid of David Brooks and Wayne Henley. There were many factors that led to the cause of Corll’s fascination of killing teenagers,…

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    Ted Bundy Motivation

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    To be classified as serial killer there has to be three important considerations. “Other suggestions are that there must be a motivation, that this motivation tends to be sexual, that the killer will fantasize about the murder and finally, that the killing is premeditated. To eliminate other types of killings like terrorism or assassinations, the murder itself must be the primary motivator. Once serial murder is adequately defined, a deeper look can be taken into the life of the murderer”…

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    Ted Cowell Biography

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    she thought they lacked future and she broke up with him. ted was obsessed with her for years and he even suffered extreme depression. ted dropped out of school it was at the same time he discovered his sister was his mom.in the phase of his life ted replaced his shyness with anger then he returned to collage he excelled his major and he earned a bachelors in phychology. later on ted became involved with another woman names Elizabeth. bundy worked on the reelection campaign of washingtons…

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    John Wayne Gacy was a serial killer who had 34 victims. Like most serial killers, John Gacy had a horrific childhood that caused him to become the predator to others. John Gacy’s father was constantly physically and emotionally harming him. Most of John Gacy’s victims were male and this may be because he had a grudge against males because of his father. John Gacy was a serial killer who molested his victims before killing them, his childhood was similar to most serial killers and could be the…

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    Serial Killers: Ted Bundy

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    Theodore Robert Cowell, more commonly known as Ted Bundy, is undoubtedly one of America’s infamous serial killers. Before Bundy was executed in 1989, he confessed that he killed at least thirty women. However, Bundy’s former defense attorney John Henry Browne recently revealed that Bundy had confessed to him that he had killed more than a hundred people, including both women and men. Bundy also admitted that his first victim was a man, who differs considerably from Bundy’s preferred victims:…

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    Ted Bundy Research Paper

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    estimate it’s likely in the hundreds. Bundy was a serial rapist and killer, he raped his victims before beating them to death, that had a tristate murder spree. Bundy had escaped prison twice, before he was eventually caught and put on his final trial when he was convicted of murder and was given the death sentence. Bundy lived an interesting life and looking back at it, could show how he impacted society. Bundy’s psychopathic nature was something that could’ve seen as early as 3 years old,…

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