Ted Bundy

By: Kierra Pettice, and Elijah Mitchell

About Ted Bundy

  • Ted Bundy was born November 24, 1946.
  • Born in Burlington, Vermont.
  • His real name was Theodore Robert Cowell.
  • Ted graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in psychology in 1972 and got accepted to law school in Utah.
  • Ted Bundy died In the electric chair at Raiford Prison in Starke, Florida on January 24, 1989.

About his Murders

  • Some say he began his murderous rampage in 1974
  • Many of his other victims resembled his college girlfriend.
  • Many women began disappearing in the Seattle area in nearby Oregon.
  • Ted usually raped his victims then beat them to death
  • Ted lured his victims into his car by telling them that he was injured and needed their help.
  • When he moved to Utah for law school in 1974, many women began disappearing there too.

His Victims

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Fun Facts About His Victims

  • All of his victims were really young.
  • They were between the ages of 12 and 25.
  • Most of his victims were attractive students with long, dark hair.
Ted Bundy Interview (1977) (Rare footage) (Recopilation)
Ted Bundy's Last Interview