Serial Killers Ted Bundy
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The Life ‘I’m the most cold-hearted son of a bitch you’ll ever meet’ (14 Chilling, n.d.). “We serial killers are your sons. We are your husbands. We are everywhere. And there will be more of your children dead tomorrow” (14 Chilling, n.d.). Ted Bundy told Ann Rule, “Society wants to believe it can identify evil people, or bad or harmful people, but it’s not practical. There are no stereotypes” (Ted Bundy, n.d.). “There lots of other kids playing in streets around this country today who are going to be dead tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day and month, because other young people are reading the kinds of things and seeing the kinds of things that are available in the media today” (Top, n.
d.). “I haven’t blocked out the past. I wouldn’t trade the person I am, or what I’ve done, or the people I’ve known, for anything. So I do think about it. And at times it’s a rather mellow trip to lay back and remember” (Ted Bundy, n.d.).
“I think we have some kind of a wild idea I’m connected with some cases up in Washington” (Beale, 2017).CritiqueI didn’t really see a lot of bias when it came to researching this topic. Pretty much all the information from the sources were the same and it explained the history of Ted Bundy, what his life was, what he did as a serial killer, and what consequences he faced. I think it didn’t show a lot of bias because it isn’t leaning toward one side or another, it’s more of explaining the life of Bundy and how he is one of the most notorious serial killers here in the United States. Some things that Bundy did really well was help detectives and forensic analysts catch other serial killers, and also he didn’t have a lot of trace evidence, which was beneficial to him. I don’t think Bundy could improve on anything because he was really strategic and smart when it came to his murders.
I did not find any forensic mistakes while researching except for one, which I did not cite. It said that Bundy killed up to 40 people, except he actually confessed to killing 30, and some say even hundreds. Researching Ted Bundy made me understand more about how forensic The Life of Ted Bundy 6analysts used him to catch other serial killers, and also get a better understanding of what a serial killer like himself did or would do, typically. Researching Bundy didn’t really affect me personally, but it gave me a better perception of how he lived his life and also what it was like to be a serial killer, not that I want to be one in the first place, but psychologically I couldn’t imagine being one.