Ted Bundy: Regarding Molly

by Erin Banks The updated and second edition of “The Phantom Prince” by Elizabeth Kloepfer, written under her pseudonym Elizabeth Kendall, was scheduled to be released on January 7, 2020. However, on Christmas Eve of 2019, several single pages of “Molly’s Story,” an additional chapter written by her daughter, were leaked on several social media… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Regarding Molly

Ted Bundy: Second Choice Victims

by Erin Banks When discussing Bundy’s methodology and mental state, we conventionally draw the line at Florida. Bundy seems to have become an entirely different animal during his time there, at first glance that is. In Washington, Oregon, Utah, Colorado and Idaho (and possibly California), he had mostly displayed himself to be a careful planner,… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Second Choice Victims

Ted Bundy: Karen Sparks 2019 Interview Analysis

by Erin Banks Fair Use Disclaimer In May 2019 researcher Tiffany Jean relied to me that she had provided “Captain Borax True Crime Research And More” youtubers Chris and Paula Mortensen, whom she was researching for at the time, with Bundy-survivor Karen Sparks’ contact information. Jean, who is a professional librarian and archivist with a… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Karen Sparks 2019 Interview Analysis

Ted Bundy: How to Research – A brief Manual

by Erin Banks, Maria-Cristina Şerban & Meegan Senecal Over the course of the past year, we have had accomplished researchers add material to “The Ted Bundy Research Group” and other groups such as Maria-Cristina Şerban’s “Denying a fair Trial,” which had either been previously undiscovered or had exclusively been made available to but an exquisite… Continue reading Ted Bundy: How to Research – A brief Manual

Ted Bundy: Myths – Courtroom Desk and Tree Carvings

by Erin Banks Although the alleged “Bundy carving” on the courtroom desk is another favorite photo frequently circulating in various True Crime groups on facebook, the likelihood that the killer is responsible for it is virtually nil. The most pressing evidence against it stems from the fact that Bundy was not even tried in the… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Myths – Courtroom Desk and Tree Carvings

From Dexter to Mindhunter to Ted Bundy: Psychopaths in Fiction & Reality

by Erin Banks “Open your eyes and look at what you did!” Showtime’s Dexter yells, promising that he will slice the pedophile killer’s eyelids off in case he refuses to comply. Before executing the man, Dexter’s following monologue graphically delves into in what state the children’s bodies were when he unearthed them. In this very… Continue reading From Dexter to Mindhunter to Ted Bundy: Psychopaths in Fiction & Reality

Ted Bundy: The Unconfirmed Cases – Ann Marie Burr

by Erin Banks The Case An unexpected rainstorm hit Tacoma, Washington, on the night between August 30 and 31, 1961. The Burrs, a Catholic family of six, had put their children to bed just after 8 P.M.The storm awakened the parents throughout the night, as did their dog, Barney, who kept barking at the storm… Continue reading Ted Bundy: The Unconfirmed Cases – Ann Marie Burr