Meet Ted Bundy, One Of The Most Psychotic Killers To Ever Plague Society
Bundy was born to a single mother in Vermont in 1946 and raised by his grandparents. To avoid the stigma at the time, Bundy was told his grandparents were his real parents and this his mother was actually his older sister.
Bundy’s first murders were said to have happened around 1974 after he ended his first long-term relationship. Six college women in the Seattle area disappeared all in a row, which left police baffled.
The abductions continued in the Seattle area until July 1974, when Bundy tried to abduct four women in broad daylight. They fled and gave his description to the police. Despite a full-scale manhunt, Bundy was not caught.
In August 1975, Bundy was arrested for the first time after he failed to pull over for a traffic stop. After seeing that the front seat of Bundy’s 1968 Volkswagon Beetle was missing, the officer searched the car. This is what he found…
In September 1975, Bundy sold his Volkswagen (pictured below) trying to stay one step ahead of police. However, it was impounded shortly after the sale. Inside, police found hair matching three different victims.
In 1977, Bundy managed to escape from prison in Colorado not once, but twice. The first time he was caught almost immediately, but the second time he remained at large for several months.
In June 1979, Bundy stood trial for the Florida murders he committed.
On January 24, 1989 Bundy was executed by electric chair.