"...Fabien and I wanted to understand how journalists, attorneys, friends, and police felt about Ted’s cruel actions. Their words are often lost in the chaos that accompanies the media’s portrayal of his crimes."
Ted Bundy: Memories of the Beast is here!
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 →
Update on book, “Ted Bundy: Memories of the Beast”
My co-author, Fabien Richard, has just released a statement on our upcoming book: "I'm very proud to announce the release of "Ted Bundy: Memories of the Beast" in December (2022) that I had the pleasure of co-writing with my partner EJ Hammon. Edited in the colors of Grim Reality Publishing, we will have the pleasure... Continue Reading →
Initial Teaser for Upcoming Book
My writing partner, Fabien Richard, and I are very proud to announce that our joint venture, "Ted Bundy: Memories Of The Beast," will soon be released in French and English. We're so proud of the hard work we've done to put together this book and we can't wait to share the fruits of our labor... Continue Reading →
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 →
Dark History and HorrorCon 2021
"I met myriad people fascinated by the psychology of Ted Bundy and other serial killers in a way that I haven't experienced at the CrimeCon events I've attended."
“No Man of God” movie review
The general back and forth sharing of information about childhood pain (particularly from Hagmaier) reminded me of the dynamic that Clarice Starling and Hannibal Lecter shared in “Silence of the Lambs."
Five Forensic Firsts Inspired by Ted Bundy’s Killings
"...Bundy’s case represented both the first time bite mark evidence was used in court and the first time a search warrant was approved for a suspect’s mouth."
Ted Bundy: Memories of the Beast
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.
Ted Bundy at Lake Sammamish: Some Thoughts
"What we also must consider is that the Lake Sammamish kidnappings and murders were the beginning of the end for Ted Bundy."
Did Ted Bundy Kill Ann Marie Burr?
Quietly he slipped up the stairs to the room where the girl slept...
My Ted Bundy Movie/Documentary Recommendations
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 →
Ted Bundy’s Glenwood Springs
Perhaps no other jail should be held more accountable for its lackadaisical attitude towards Ted Bundy than the Garfield County Sheriff's Department in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Despite his previous escape from law officials in Aspen and rumors of someone crawling above the cells at night, jailers and their superiors chose to ignore red flags, subsequently... Continue Reading →
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile: What the new Ted Bundy movie got right and wrong
"Casts of his Ted’s teeth were taken against his will (under a warrant), the photographs and casts were taken by a qualified dentist in a dental chair."
Did Ted Bundy Want To Get Caught?
"Bundy’s first mistake was underestimating how police would perceive his car randomly idling on nights when he was trolling for victims."
Bundy Quote Analyzed
"I don't like being locked up for something I didn't do, and I don't like my liberty taken away, and I don't like being treated like an animal, and I don't like people walking around and ogling me like I'm some sort of weirdo, because I'm not." Long before Ted Bundy admitted to committing several... Continue Reading →