Lawyer To Killer. “We Serial Killers Are Your Sons, We

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Lawyer to Killer “We serial killers are your sons, we are you husbands, we are everywhere. And there will be more of your children dead tomorrow.” said Ted Bundy, the mass serial killer whom found his killings as a passion, not a crime. With an unsteady childhood, not knowing the truth behind the secrets, and being obsessed with the media, these motives appear to be the drive behind the mass killings of Ted Bundy. Ted Bundy justifies as a human monster due to his crimes as a serial killer while demonstrating the importance of a nurturing environment, substantiating that real human monsters are more dreadful and fear provoking than those mentioned in fiction, such as Patrick Bateman. Ted Bundy was born in Burlington, Vermont in…show more content…
Once comfortable, he would eventually become talkative and less shy. While in college, he formed a relationship with a girl from Florida who attended college the same college as him. They later broke up after a long and hard two year relationship. After his breakup is when the public started to notice girls missing where he was located, nothing but a coincidence at the time. His victims resembled his girlfriend in ways such as attractive, long dark hair, and smart. “Bundy killed as many as 50 young women in Utah, Washington, Idaho, Colorado, and Florida from 1973 to 1978, making Bundy one of the most grotesquely prolific serial killers” (Lamar). He had four trials before his execution and later, leaving his victims’ families at peace with knowing their relatives killer is gone. According to Jacob Lamar, “In December 1977, while jailed in Colorado awaiting trial for the murder of a nurse, Bundy asked policemen which state would be most likely to execute a killer. Florida, he was told. He soon escaped from jail and headed for the Sunshine State” (Lamar). Bundy escaped jail by “losing 30 pounds to fit through a small opening he had made in the ceiling of his cell and climbing out. Authorities did not notice this missing of Bundy from his cell until 15 hours later, giving Bundy plenty of time to run and escape” (Biography.com Editors). When Bundy arrived to Florida he “consumed the name Christopher Hagen” (“Bundy, Ted ,”). While being on
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