Authors and Ted Bundy subject matter experts, E.J. Hammon and Fabien Richard, are excited to offer a new take on the story of serial killer Ted Bundy and the people affected by his violent behavior. Their book, “Ted Bundy: Memories of the Beast” includes never-before seen pictures and narratives describing their subjects' time in the... Continue Reading →
"He was also one of the first serial killers to show the public that violent criminals often look like the guy next door."
The Paris Hotel As I await my flight for the first leg of my trip to Las Vegas, I'm soothed by the sounds of John Lennon singing "Instant Karma" and the idea of an exciting vacation in Sin City. I'm not a gambler, but this trip isn't about high-rolling stakes for me. Every CrimeCon event... Continue Reading →
"What we also must consider is that the Lake Sammamish kidnappings and murders were the beginning of the end for Ted Bundy."
Throughout the years, there have been many attempts to capture the life of Ted Bundy on film, though few have hit the mark. Often, they’re more closely connected to the imagination of the director than actual facts, so I’ve listed my favorite Ted movies. These are based on elements that are closest to fact and... Continue Reading →
After Bundy's failed escape from prison in July of 1977, he succeeded in breaking out of the Garfield County jail in Glenwood Springs, Colorado on December 30, 1977. He had lost a lot of weight and was able to squeeze out of a hole in the ceiling of his jail cell. Once outside the prison, Bundy hitched a ride... Continue Reading →