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1Presentation by: Devon and Carmen Ted BundyPresentation by: Devon and Carmen
2What was his childhood like? Born November 24, 1946Ted and his mother moved with his grandparents to Philadelphia when he was very youngHe was led to believe that his grandparents were his parents, and his birth mother was his older sisterHe was often teased and bullied in junior high schoolIn high school, Ted appeared to become well liked
3Did childhood behavior reflect problems? Around the age of 3, he became fascinated by knives.Bundy was a shy, but bright child who did well in school, but not with his peers.As a teenager, a darker side of his character started to emerge.
4Were there any precursors? Ted's psychopathic nature was revealed throughout his childhood into college, but the people who witnessed his behavior did not realize the implications of the tendencies he was developingHe stole without any sense of guilt and but instead a sense of entitlementHis employers considered him to be unreliable
5What was his adult life like? After high school, Ted attended college at the University of Puget Sound and the University of WashingtonTed met Stephanie Brooks who was everything he had ever dreamed of in a womanShe was really Ted's first love and possibly the first woman with whom he became involved with sexuallyShe was not as infatuated with Ted as he was with herAfter his girlfriend graduated from the University of Washington, she broke off relations with TedTed never recovered from the break-up and became obsessed with her and couldn't get her out of his mind
6Did he finish high school or college? He dropped out of college after the break up.Re-enrolled at the University of Washington after a little.
7Back to Adult life He dated Meg Anders for 5 years. In 1973 on a business trip to California he met up with his old girlfriend.
8What was the nature of his crimes Serial KillerRapistThiefKidnapper
11Was he a loner?NoRegarded as handsome and charismatic by his young female victimsAble to seduce his victims to help him
12Was he ever diagnosed with a medical disorder? Classified as a High Factor 1 Psychopath
13Did he receive treatment? Anti-Social Personality Disorder is very difficult to treat.People with antisocial personality disorder often do not admit they have a problem that should be treated.There is actually a chance that individuals with this disorder may get worse with treatment because they learn more about other psychopaths and use that information.Medications may be used to help control symptoms such as irritability or control associated psychological conditionsWith or without treatment, rates of imprisonment and violent death are high among those with antisocial personality disorder
14What was the timespan of the murders? Between 1974 and 1978
15How many victims? Confessed to 36, estimated at almost 100 First victimAnne Marie Burr
16What was his behavior when he was caught? He felt like he could beat the system regardless of all the evidence.He escaped multiple times.
18What was the verdict?July 1979, Bundy was convicted for the two Chi Omega murders.Bundy received another death sentence the following year in the murder of Kimberly Leach.
19Is he still alive? Spent years trying to appeal his death sentences. Tried to take his case as high as the U.S. Supreme Court, but was turned down.Offered information on some of unsolved murders to avoid the electric chair.Executed January 24, 1989 by the electric chair at Raiford Prison in Starke, Florida.
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