by Erin Banks On December 18, 1948 a boy was born to Clarnell and Edmund Kemper II, a couple that was described as loudspoken, a euphemism for having a short fuse from some of Kemper’s corroborations. Carrying on a family tradition, the child was officially named Edmund Emil, yet was called “Guy” by both family… Continue reading Edmund Kemper: Overview of his Life including the first Crime
by Erin Banks Because the controversial subject of serial killer fashion, tattoos and merchandise came up in conversation between friends and me, I was curious to learn the opinions of the members of two of our facebook groups on this matter. The question was whether the display of “serial killer fashion” in public was distasteful,… Continue reading Serial Killer Fashion, Tattoos & Merchandise
by Tiffany Jean “It starts as a missing person’s case,” said Whitman County Sheriff Brett Myers. “It starts out also as a missing piece of carpet from a WSU building.“ Joyce LePage (21), a junior taking summer classes at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington, was last seen alive on the evening of July 22,… Continue reading Ted Bundy: The Unconfirmed Cases – Joyce LePage
by Erin Banks I have had a lifelong fascination with the origin and meaning of names. “Theodore Robert Cowell Nelson Bundy” – there’s quite a lot there in terms of meaning. It’s ironic that Bundy’s first and middle name are rather pompous in nature, and yet both his given and adopted last name appear to… Continue reading Ted Bundy: What’s in a Name?
by Erin Banks Several days before Lakewood native Georgann Hawkins disappeared on June 11, 1974, Bundy had a dry run, staking out the area, perhaps even observing Hawkins. We can place him near the Beta Thi fraternity at 11 P.M. on June 7. In “A Stranger Beside Me,” Ann Rule writes that a young man… Continue reading Ted Bundy: The Cases – Georgann Hawkins
research by Eden O’Brienblog text by Erin Banks There is a theory proposed by Bundy author Richard Duffus who wrote “The Felon’s Hook,” that after the killer’s second escape from jail in Colorado, he took an additional stop in Louisiana where he had previously hidden the polaroids he allegedly took of his victims prior to… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Richard Duffus’ vs. Jim Coleman’s Statement
by Erin Banks Someone posted the Investigation Discovery trailer for the upcoming Bundy documentary “Ted Bundy: Mind of a Monster,” to premiere this Sunday, August 18, 2019 in our The Ted Bundy Research Group on facebook today. I immediately gasped when I heard the first few lines spoken by Bundy, “I used to see a… Continue reading Ted Bundy: SOLVED! Myths – “Investigation Discovery” fake Bundy Voice? & Quote