What were the names of the victims of Ted Bundy?
Chronological list of Bundy victims:
1973 May, unknown hitchhiker, Tumwater, Wa. no remains found
1974 Jan 4 "Joni Lenz" (pseudonym) U of W student
Feb. 1 Lynda Ann Healy, age 21.
March 12 Donna Gail Manson, age 19, Evergreen campus, Olympia, Wa.
April 17 Susan Elaine Rancourt, age 18, Ellensburg Central State College campus.
May 6 Roberta Kathleen Parks, age 22, Oregon State University in Corvallis, Or.
June 1 Brenda Carol Ball, age 22, Oregon State University in Corvallis, Or.
June 11 Georgeann Hawkins, age 18, Kappa Alpha Theta Soroity house U of W
July 14 Janice Ann Ott, age 23, Denise Marie Naslund, age 19, Lake Samamish, Issaquah, Wa.
Sept 2 Unknown teenaged hitchhiker, Idaho
October 2 Nancy Wilcox, age 16, Holladay, Ut, body never found.
October 31 Laura Aime, age 17, Lehi, Ut
November 8 Debra Kent, age 17, Bountiful, Ut.
January 12 Caryn Campbell, age 23, Snowmass, Colorado.
March 15 Julie Cunningham, age 26, Vail, Co.
April 6 Denise Oliverson, age 25, Grand Junction, Co.
May 6 Lynette Culver, age 13, Alameda Junior High, Pacatello, Id.
June 28 Susan Curtis, age 15, Brigham Young University, Prove, Ut. body never found.
Suspected of murdering Melaine Suzanne Cooley, disappeared April 15, 1975, Nederland, Co.
January 15 Lisa Levy, age 20, Margaret Bowman, age 21, Karen Chandler (survivied), Kathy Kleiner (survived). Chi Omega Sorority, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Fl.
January 15 Cheryl Thomas (survived) eight blocks from Chi Omega house.
February 9 Kimberly Leach, age 12, Lake City, Fl.
Of all Bundy's murders, it was his last killing that cost him his life. Bundy was executed in Florida's electric chair in January 1989 for the murder of 12 year old Kimberly Leach. To save taxpayer money Bundy was never tried for the murders he committed in the Pacific Northwest and in several other states.
With few exceptions, Bundy did not live close to his victims. Much of his hunting took place on college campuses. Read More
Ted Bundy usually strangled his victim then raped the body. He would also beat them to death and some victims had sharp cut in them. His teeth proved to be the best evidence in the Bundy's case as he bit his victims. Read More
The answer is yes. Bundy would bludgeon his victims, then strangle them to death. He also engaged in rape and necrophilia. Read More
Bundy was into power and control. Even with his death only hours away he just had to keep something back. It was his way of getting the last word. Read More
Yes, Ted Bundy would dump the bodies of his victims and later return to perform sexual acts with them. He would return to his victims body on several different occasions until there was almost nothing left. Read More
He was sexually attracted to girls of that age. Read More
No, but he did use a fake police badge as a ploy to get close to victims. Read More
By her own admission, Rule felt safer when she and Ted Bundy worked late nights at a Seattle crisis center. Rule was no 'slouch'. She was a former police officer and a true crime author, and was certainly no fool. But that is a testiment to how Jekyle/Hyde Bundy was. If he could fool the likes of Ann Rule what chance did his victims have of recognizing the Hyde the was the real Ted Bundy. Read More
Ted Bundy has been described as the most notorious serial killer of young women in the 1980's and has woken up the fear in most families that serial killers do exist, and can be found in any community. Most people who contemplate the personality of a serial killer are stunned by the grace and manipulation that Ted Bundy portrayed leading his victims to death. It has been revealed in documentation and research- that Ted Bundy… Read More
Bundy contained his killing to the US. As to the total number of victims, it may never be known. Bundy refused to give an accurate total before his execution in January of 1989. Read More
Most of Bundy's victims were found in remote wooded areas. His last murders occurred at a sorority house with multiple victims so it would have been almost impossible for him to dispose of the bodies. Read More
Serial killer Ted Bundy does/did have a daughter with his wife Carole. After Bundy's execution in January of 1989 Carole changed their names and moved away, destination unknown. Read More
Ted Bundy was a notorious serial killer. He assaulted many young women during the 1970s and possibly many other years. He may have assaulted many more women than we know of. He usually tricked his victims into helping him before hurting them. Read More
yes there is one of him explaining to one of his gagged victims why he feels he is doing nothing wrong...... I read a copy of the transcript in an Ethics class. Read More
The duration of Ted Bundy - film - is 1.65 hours. Read More
There are no murders on record from 1971 for Ted Bundy. Read More
The states where it is certain he did kill are Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Colorado, Utah and Florida. It is possible that he also killed in California, New York, Pennsyvania and possibly other states. Bundy took the knowledge of of additional murders with him to the electric chair. We may never know the names of all of his victims. Read More
Ted Bundy : Conversations with a Killer was written by Stephen G. Michaud. Read More
This actually happens more often than people realize. Ted Bundy bungled an abduction while pretending to be a police officer. Carol La Ronch barely escaped with her life intact and testified against him at his murder trials in Florida. Bundy was executed in January 1989. Read More
Ted Bundy actually in the us Charles cullin killed a confirmed 40 compared to 35 confirmed on ted bundy but if we go by numbers of victims Christman Gniperdoliga killed 964 men between the years 1568-1581 after robbing them in the Roman empire area Read More
A little known fact about the infamous Ted Bundy, one that he refused to talk about was the decor of his apartment in Seattle, WA. After killing some of his victims he decapitated them and displayed them on shelves in his small apartment. I can only guess he didn't have many people over for drinks. Read More
Ted Bundy died in Stark, Florida but being strapped into a wooden chair electrocuted. Why is this in Relationships? Read More
Ted Bundy was born on November 24, 1946 and died on January 24, 1989. Ted Bundy would have been 42 years old at the time of death or 68 years old today. Read More
This is a question that may never have an answer. Bundy never did give up all the names of his victims. When he was 14 and a paperboy, a young girl in his neighborhood went missing and was never seen again. Most experts seem to agree that this was Bundy's first kill. But its a very old case and Bundy has been gone since 1989, so to try to prove the first kill theory would… Read More
Bundy would bludgeon his victims, then strangle them to death. He also engaged in and rape and also necrophilia. He eventually confessed to 30 murders, although the actual total of victims remains unknown. Estimates range from 29 to over 100. Read More
Ted Bundy was cremated and his Ashes were scattered and Allegedly spread over the Cascade Mountains in Washington State. Read More
I have read numerous books about serial killer Ted Bundy and none contained any info that Bundy ever left the continental US. Read More
Ted Bundy started life as Theodore Robert Cowell, the son of Louise Cowell, unmarried when young Theodore was born, Ted got his name Bundy from Louise's husband, John Culpepper Bundy. Read More
Crime writer Ann Rule knows the case of Ted Bundy, and knew Bundy on a personal level. But she is a very busy lady and it may be hard to get an interview. Read More
Sociopathy and psychopathy are concepts that are related to Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD), which was a suggested diagnosis for Ted Bundy. Read More
Ted Bundy was a serial killer who confessed to over 30 murders, but the actual total is unknown. Read More
Police still dont know exactly how many people Ted Bundy killed, but the police have confirmed 23 murders were commited by Theodore Robert Bundy. Read More
In 1981, Elizabeth Kendall published a book by the title of 'The Phantom Prince: My Life With Ted Bundy'. Read More
Ted Bundy was 5'10", according to authoritative sources such as Robert Keppel, a law enforcement officer and investigator of Bundy. Read More
Bundy was convicted of three murders, two for the sorority house killings in Florida and one for the murder of twelve year old Kimerly Leach.* But his victim count was much higher, some think 100 or more. *The Leach murder sent Bundy to Florida's electric chair. Read More
Depending on a person's definition of 'biggest' Ted Bundy is the epitome of serial murder. Dr. Fred Shipman was one of the most prolific with over 200 victims. Read More
There have been several movies about serial killer Ted Bundy. There is no way to tell which movie you mean. Read More
Twenty-two years after Ted Bundy died in Florida's electric chair, he's back in the news again. Recently discovered DNA samples from Bundy are now being compared to evidence in some very cold cases in several states. Typical of the notorious serial killer, Bundy kept some secrets to himself, when the state of Florida refused to a stay of execution buying Bundy a few more days. Bundy thought nothing of snuffing out the lives of his… Read More
I could find no info about Bundy living in Fullerton. Read More