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Ted Bundy
 Freak of the Week
Childhood
born Nov 24, 1946
Elizabeth Lund
Home for Unwed
Mothers,
Burlington, VT
Earliest years with
his maternal
grandpa...
Birth certificate lists “Lloyd Marshall” as the
father

Mother would later talk about a “Jack
Worthington” as the father

B...
His mother marries, but Ted never bonds
with his step-father

Bundy was a good student at Woodrow
Wilson High, active in h...
Socially shy and introverted throughout
high school; no natural sense of how to get
along with people:

   “I didn’t under...
His youngest sexual memories were of
paired sexuality and violence.

Before graduating from high school, he was
already a ...
University Years
Scholarship to
University of Puget
Sound

Transferred to
University of
Washington

Psychology major
Worked as a bagger at
Safeway and
volunteered at a
Suicide Hotline

Worked on Nelson
Rockefeller’s
presidential campaign
i...
Washington Murders
Midnight, January 4, 1974

entered basement bedroom
of 18-year-old Joni Lenz, a
dancer & student at UW


bludgeoned her wi...
Victim #2: Lynda Ann Healy, another UW
student.

Broke into her room, knocked her
unconscious, dressed her in jeans and a
...
Donna Manson, 19,    Brenda Ball,
abducted from        traveler, not reported
Evergreen College    missing for 3 weeks

Su...
Brenda Baker, 15,      Denise Naslund,
run-away               4:30pm, left
                       boyfriend at beach
Janic...
Utah Murders
Goes to law school in Utah …

Nancy Wilcox, 16-year-old
cheerleader

Melissa Smith, 17, seen
hitchhiking. Body found nude,...
Lauri Aimee, 17,      Caryn Campbell,
kidnapped after       kidnapped from
leaving a Halloween   inside a hotel, walking
p...
Denise Oliverson kidnapped after leaving
her parents house; sandals and bike found
in viaduct

Melanie Cooley; found with ...
Aug 16, 1975, Colorado Highway
Patrolman noticed a suspicious
vehicle in his neighborhood . . .

mug shots shown to DeRonc...
. . . until he escapes from prison by jumping
out of a second floor window at the
courthouse
On December 30, 1977, he hacked his way
through an old welded light fixture in his
cell ceiling and crawled through to a
de...
Florida Murders
January 15, 1978, early hours of Super Bowl
Sunday, broke into Chi Omega sorority
house and murdered two and severely
inju...
After leaving the Chi Omega house, he
broke into another house a short distance
away and assaulted Cheryl Thomas

Left Tal...
February 15, 1978, stopped by a Pensacola
officer who ran Bundy’s car’s plates and saw
that the car was reported stolen.
January 24, 1989, executed by electrocution
quot;It is ordered that you be put to death by a current of electricity,
that ...
Modus Operandi
Break-ins early on (and again at end)

Daytime & nighttime kidnapping

Bludgeoning, rape, sodomy & strangul...
Pathology


 Antisocial Personality
 Disorder with narcissistic
 tendencies
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Ted Bundy

  1. 1. Ted Bundy Freak of the Week
  2. 2. Childhood born Nov 24, 1946 Elizabeth Lund Home for Unwed Mothers, Burlington, VT Earliest years with his maternal grandparents and his “sister”
  3. 3. Birth certificate lists “Lloyd Marshall” as the father Mother would later talk about a “Jack Worthington” as the father Bundy’s family suspected his mother’s abusive father. In high school, after a break-up with his girlfriend, he found out that his “sister” was really his mother
  4. 4. His mother marries, but Ted never bonds with his step-father Bundy was a good student at Woodrow Wilson High, active in his Methodist church, and involved with the Boy Scouts
  5. 5. Socially shy and introverted throughout high school; no natural sense of how to get along with people: “I didn’t understand what made people tick. I didn’t know what made people want to be friends. I didn’t know what made people attractive to one another. I didn’t know what underlay social interactions.”
  6. 6. His youngest sexual memories were of paired sexuality and violence. Before graduating from high school, he was already a compulsive thief and shoplifter. Stole skis and forged ski lift tickets; arrested twice
  7. 7. University Years Scholarship to University of Puget Sound Transferred to University of Washington Psychology major
  8. 8. Worked as a bagger at Safeway and volunteered at a Suicide Hotline Worked on Nelson Rockefeller’s presidential campaign in WA Entered law school, but dropped out
  9. 9. Washington Murders
  10. 10. Midnight, January 4, 1974 entered basement bedroom of 18-year-old Joni Lenz, a dancer & student at UW bludgeoned her with a metal rod from her bed frame while she slept, sexually assaulted her with a speculum
  11. 11. Victim #2: Lynda Ann Healy, another UW student. Broke into her room, knocked her unconscious, dressed her in jeans and a shirt, wrapped her in a bed sheet, and kidnapped her Began kidnapping one woman a month
  12. 12. Donna Manson, 19, Brenda Ball, abducted from traveler, not reported Evergreen College missing for 3 weeks Susan Rancourt Georgean Hawkins, abducted from 18, abducted walking Central Washington 90-feet from campus (man with boyfriend’s frat sling) house to her sorority house Kathy Parks
  13. 13. Brenda Baker, 15, Denise Naslund, run-away 4:30pm, left boyfriend at beach Janice Ott, 12:30 in to use restroom, the afternoon. Man never came back in sling asked for help with his sailboat at the lake
  14. 14. Utah Murders
  15. 15. Goes to law school in Utah … Nancy Wilcox, 16-year-old cheerleader Melissa Smith, 17, seen hitchhiking. Body found nude, beaten, raped, sodomized, strangled with her own stocking. Twigs & dirt stuffed inside her vagina, and her make-up had been touched-up by the killer before dumping the body.
  16. 16. Lauri Aimee, 17, Caryn Campbell, kidnapped after kidnapped from leaving a Halloween inside a hotel, walking party 50-feet from the elevator to her room Approached Carol DeRonch at a mall, Julie Cunningham, posing as a police crutches ploy officer . . . then went to nearby high school where Debbie Kent, 17, disappeared.
  17. 17. Denise Oliverson kidnapped after leaving her parents house; sandals and bike found in viaduct Melanie Cooley; found with pillow case tied around neck Lynette Culver, 13, snatched from school playground. Took her to a Holiday Inn, raped her, and drowned her in the bathtub
  18. 18. Aug 16, 1975, Colorado Highway Patrolman noticed a suspicious vehicle in his neighborhood . . . mug shots shown to DeRonch and the high school drama teacher, arrested for attempted kidnapping Fires his attorney and defends himself
  19. 19. . . . until he escapes from prison by jumping out of a second floor window at the courthouse
  20. 20. On December 30, 1977, he hacked his way through an old welded light fixture in his cell ceiling and crawled through to a deputies’ living quarters, put on some civilian clothes and walked out. Bus to Denver, flies to Chicago Steals a car, drives to Tallahassee, FL, gets an apartment near a college campus . . .
  21. 21. Florida Murders
  22. 22. January 15, 1978, early hours of Super Bowl Sunday, broke into Chi Omega sorority house and murdered two and severely injured two others; sexually assaulted two !
  23. 23. After leaving the Chi Omega house, he broke into another house a short distance away and assaulted Cheryl Thomas Left Tallahassee for Lake City, FL Kidnapped, raped, murdered 12-year-old Kimberly Leach, and dumped her body under a pig shed.
  24. 24. February 15, 1978, stopped by a Pensacola officer who ran Bundy’s car’s plates and saw that the car was reported stolen.
  25. 25. January 24, 1989, executed by electrocution quot;It is ordered that you be put to death by a current of electricity, that current be passed through your body until you are dead. … It is an utter tragedy for this court to see such a total waste of humanity as I've experienced in this courtroom. You're a bright young man. You'd have made a good lawyer, and I would have loved to have you practice in front of me, but you went another way, partner.”
  26. 26. Modus Operandi Break-ins early on (and again at end) Daytime & nighttime kidnapping Bludgeoning, rape, sodomy & strangulation Decapitation & souvenirs of twelve Necrophilia
  27. 27. Pathology Antisocial Personality Disorder with narcissistic tendencies

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