Theodore Robert Bundy. November 24, 1946 – January 24, 1989 . In the Beginning.
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After his birth in 1946, Bundy was led to believe that his mother was his sister and his grandparents were his parents. Some think that he was led to believe this because there was an incest relationship between his mother and grandfather.
This was the only known trauma in his young life.
His mother had his last name changed several times for various reasons throughout his childhood.
Reportedly, Bundy was confused about whether his mother, Eleanor, was really his mother or his sister. She continued to claim him as nothing but a sibling, but he called her both a mother and a sister.
Although Bundy didn’t have great relationships with everyone in his family, there were no reports of any kind of abuse or serious problems during his childhood.
The police had collected many clues. They used a program on their computer to narrow the suspects down to only twenty-five people. They were paying very close attention to these people and were interviewing them one by one.
Ted Bundy was next on the list when a cop happened to see a suspicious car parked on the street at night, which happened to be Bundy’s. Bundy tried to drive away at first, but the police officer caught up to him. When the officer looked inside the car and noticed that there was no passenger seat, he decided to search it.
Inside the car, the cop found a satchel of burglary tools, a mask made of panty hose, and ice pick, and handcuffs.
Bundy’s trial began after about a year after his arrest.
There was no use in defending him, as there was substantial evidence connecting him to multiple crimes.
He was sentenced to death, but despite this, he was tried again for another murder. The murder of Leach.
In order to try to prevent his current girlfriend from being questioned during the case, he proposed to her in the middle of the trial. Although she wasn’t questioned, Bundy was still ruled guilty.
His final death sentence was issued, and Bundy did everything he could to fight it. He did a series of interviews in his last few days. No one wanted to help him, so on January 24, 1989, Bundy was executed in the electric chair.