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Did You Know The Serial Killer Ted Bundy Has a Daughter? 


Ted Bundy is one of the most well known serial killers in the world along with Jeffrey Dahmer, John Wayne Gacy and others that have had a popular uprise in modern culture, unlike anyone could have ever predicted. 228 more words

Unsolved Crime / Murder Mystery /Serial Killers

Ted Bundy: The Man Who Changed the Face of Murder

Theodore Robert Bundy, born in November of 1946, is an infamous serial killer. There aren’t many people who don’t know the name of this man, or the murders he committed. 1,012 more words

True Crime

I'm not guilty- The Case of Ted Bundy

Everybody that knows me knows I have some sort of obsession with criminal profiling and serial killers.

About two years ago I saw and read everything there was to read and see about Theodore Bundy, one of the most infamous (and handsome, yes sorry not sorry) serial killers in  US history. 383 more words

Thursday Ten: Home Alone sins

When I was younger, I used to enjoy Home Alone. I was a child then so I didn’t care for weak plots and storyline. I just wanted to laugh at the wicked stuff those burglars had to go through because they had it coming. 826 more words

Entertainment

Book Review: The Trail of Ted Bundy~ Digging Up The Untold Stories~ Kevin Sullivan

Within the pages of THE TRAIL OF TED BUNDY:Digging Up the Untold Stories, you’ll hear the voices – many for the first time – of some of Ted Bundy’s friends, as they bring to light the secrets of what is was like to know him while he was actively involved in murder. 1,378 more words

Wading Into Darkness

This may seem like I am about to get depressing and dark, but I am actually going to write to you today about construct evil in your writing without being drawn to it. 569 more words

Writing

Stuff Laura's read recently: The Stranger Beside Me by Ann Rule

So Sarah Monette does the Unread Book Challenge, and one of the books she blogged about was Ann Rule’s The Stranger Beside Me.  And I decided to read it. 460 more words

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