Ted Bundy: Myths – Fake Diane Edwards Photo used on Joe Berlinger’s Netflix Documentary

courtesy of Tiffany Jean, text: Erin Banks Bundy researcher Tiffany Jean once more dug through various public records and archive footage to provide the Bundy community with another debunk: The photo that recently started circulating as it was used in Joe Berlinger’s Netflix documentary, “Confessions Of A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes” of Diane Marjorie… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Myths – Fake Diane Edwards Photo used on Joe Berlinger’s Netflix Documentary

Ted Bundy: Dissecting Victoria L.H.’s Book

by Erin Banks Victoria L.H.’s book – or rather leaflet – “Conquering The Haunting Memories Of Ted Bundy” contains 30 pages of her alleged encounter with serial killer Ted Bundy, and how it influenced her later life. Merely 21 of the 30 pages contain actual writing. The font is large, spaces between words and lines… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Dissecting Victoria L.H.’s Book

Ted Bundy: Relationship vs Victim Type

by Erin Banks The topic of Bundy’s insecurities and low self-esteem that plagued him throughout his entire life came up in Research the other day and we wondered how it might relate to his victimology. Claudine Clutterbuck posed the question whether Bundy may have targeted victims whom he thought were out of his league and… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Relationship vs Victim Type

Ted Bundy: Myths – Diane Edwards and the “brown Hair parted in the Middle”

by Erin Banks I’d like to start this post by admitting that, while I am personally not fond of Ann Rule as a reliable Bundy source, we must remember the first edition of her “The Stranger Beside Me” was the second Bundy book ever published after Steven Winn’s “The Killer Next Door.” By August 1980… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Myths – Diane Edwards and the “brown Hair parted in the Middle”

Ted Bundy: The Cases – Donna Gail Manson

by Erin Banks 19 year old Donna Gail Manson vanished from Evergreen State Campus on March 12, 1974 around 7. P.M. when she was on her way to a jazz concert at the library. Manson lived a rather unsteady lifestyle, attending classes irregularly, instead preferring to party and consume marijuana and other substances. Because of… Continue reading Ted Bundy: The Cases – Donna Gail Manson

Ted Bundy: Thoughts on Victimology

by Erin Banks A few months ago, we talked about whether Bundy chose his known underage victims (see photo above) due to preference or chance and convenience in The Ted Bundy Research Group. For that purpose I had re-read a few passages about Bundy’s childhood and teenage years, as well as looked at the available… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Thoughts on Victimology

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