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
A speculative and hypothetical analysis by Linda K. Christie It’s been claimed in the past that serial killer Theodore Robert Cowell Nelson Bundy (Ted Bundy) may have been fathered either by WWII Army veteran “Lloyd Marshall” or by WWII Navy veteran “Jack Worthington”. William Lloyd Marshall (right) was born in Bath, Allen County, Ohio on… Continue reading Ted Bundy: Who is the possible father, Jack Worthington?
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 When discussing one of my previous blog posts, “Ted Bundy: Relationships vs Victimology,” Bundy researcher Eden O’Brien remarked that the killer appears to never have attacked or murdered any mothers that we know of, and I found this to be an interesting observation warranting further exploration. From my aforementioned post: About a… Continue reading Ted Bundy: The Lack of Victims who were Mothers
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