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
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
by Christina Nixon & Erin Banks by Christina Nixon Theodore Robert Cowell, later known as Bundy, was born to Eleanor Louise Cowell in a large Victorian-style house known as the “Home for Friendless Women” before becoming the “Elizabeth Lund Home for Unwed Mothers” in Burlington, VT, on November 24, 1946. Ted Bundy’s birth certificate. Courtesy… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Elizabeth Lund Home & Impact on his Brain Development
by Erin Banks Today, I was granted the opportunity to briefly sit down for an interview with True Crime author Kevin M. Sullivan, most notably known for his books on the Ted Bundy case. Author ProfileKevin M. Sullivan is a retired minister and author of 12 books. He’s a former contributing writer for Snitch, a… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Interview with Kevin M. Sullivan
by Erin Banks On Halloween 2019, TMZ ran an article on “Ghost Adventures” series host Zak Bagans having purchased Ted Bundy’s so-called Utah “murder kit.” The kit had been secured by Utah highway patrol sergeant Bob Hayward on August 16, 1975. Bundy was arrested after the law enforcement officer had stopped the serial killer on… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Zak Bagan’s likely illegal Acquisition of the Utah “Murder Kit”
by Erin Banks The infamous “Bundy bug” is often talked about in corresponding facebook groups, and while its history is a curious one, it was neither Bundy’s first vehicle, as believed by some, nor his only one. Around the age of fifteen Bundy had been taught how to drive though he was not legally permitted… Continue reading Ted Bundy: A brief History of his Cars
by Erin Banks Bundy researcher Tiffany Jean, published her WordPress blog “Hi, I’m Ted.” today. I have had the pleasure of creating Jean’s entire blog for her, (with another person changing the theme,) and Rob Dimarco naming the blog “Hi, I’m Ted.” I created her facebook blog page, as well as her twitter blog account… Continue reading “Hi, I’m Ted.” A Killer In The Archives. — Tiffany Jean’s Ted Bundy Research Blog.