Serial killer Ted Bundy’s murder spree instills fear in the Pacific Northwest (NIGHTLINE)

After being arrested in Utah, Bundy was found guilty of aggravated kidnapping for his failed attempt to abduct Carol DaRonch. He later escaped police custody while awaiting trial there for murder.

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25 thoughts on “Serial killer Ted Bundy’s murder spree instills fear in the Pacific Northwest (NIGHTLINE)

  1. Their" HAS TO BE "REASONS WHY THESE MEN HATE WOMAN SO MUCH THAT THEY CAN KILL THEM TORTURE THEM ETC WITHOUT THOUGHT. THEIR BORN WITH SOMETHING AMISS ,& MADE" I BELIVE."
    The pictures given by wittenesses looked knothing like him. Also the woman mentioned was not the only woman to escape him, their was an earlier case of a woman who was taken into woods near a lake, she was strangled kept comming round then managed to escape, so why they say this is beyond me.

  2. LONG YEARS he denied his guilt and then confessed, without the promise of a life sentence?? I do not believe,he was not so stupid….I think his execution( his posthumous photos etc)was only pretended for the world,exchanged for a promise of life imprisonment

  3. Lynda Ann Healy, 21
    Died: February 1, 1974

    Donna Manson, 19
    Died: March 12, 1974

    Susan Rancourt, 22
    Died: April 18, 1974

    Roberta Parks, 20
    Died: May 6, 1974

    Brenda Ball, 23
    Died: June 1, 1974

    Georgeann Hawkins, 18
    Died: June 12, 1974

    Denise Naslund, 18
    Died: July 14, 1974

    Janice Ott, 24
    Died: July 14, 1974

    Nancy Wilcox, 16
    Died: October 2, 1974

    Melissa Smith, 17
    Died: October 18, 1974

    Laura Aime, 17
    Died: October 31, 1974

    Debra Kent, 17
    Died: November 8, 1974

    Caryn Campbell, 23
    Died: January 12, 1975

    Julie Cunningham, 26
    Died: March 15, 1975

    Denise Oliverson, 24
    Died: April 7, 1975

    Melanie Cooley, 18
    Died: April 15, 1975

    Lynette Culver, 12
    Died: May 7, 1975

    Susan Curtis, 15
    Died: June 27, 1975

    Margaret Bowman, 21
    Died: January 15, 1978

    Lisa Levy, 20
    Died: January 15, 1978

    Kimberly Leach, 12
    Died: February 9, 1978

  4. Undoubtedly he did the worst, but I wonder where his sources of funding came from? From something he had to live and charge that car of his. What he did is unforgivable. The death penalty is the least he could get. The misfortune in all this is that he did not seek medical help before his first murder. If he had sought the help of a psychiatrist in time, none of this would have happened.

  5. Convicted and admitted to. He admitted to many more to his attorney and he wrote a book. This man did help the authorities to find other serial killers. We should be remembering the victims of this killer. Instead of doing it a a ted bundy thing. It should be victims of Ted bundy

  6. I'm sorry, but I don't believe we need to glorify Ted Bundy and yet another movie. There is already a wealth of documentary information out there if anybody wants to research Bundy or find out what it was about. But to make a movie about him I think it's just wrong on so many levels comments so disrespectful to the victims and their families. Just another way to make a buck.

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