Ted Bundy: Richard Duffus’ vs. Jim Coleman’s Statement

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

Ted Bundy: The Unconfirmed Cases – Susan Davis and Elizabeth Perry

by Tiffany Jean On May 30, 1969, Susan Davis and Elizabeth Perry, both 19, were stabbed to death by an unknown assailant near Somers Point, New Jersey. The young women had been staying in Ocean City on vacation since the Tuesday before. At 4:30 a.m. they were headed back to Pennsylvania in hopes of beating… Continue reading Ted Bundy: The Unconfirmed Cases – Susan Davis and Elizabeth Perry

Ted Bundy: Development of and Change in Modus Operandi

by Erin Banks The more I review the cases the more I am of the mindset that we may perhaps at times get too hung up on the frequent use of the crowbar and strangulation aspect when discussing Bundy’s modus operandi. If some of his victims hadn’t been confirmed, due to forensic evidence and his… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Development of and Change in Modus Operandi