“The Very Definition of Heartless Evil”: Ted Bundy in Colorado

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Guessing you watch 'Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes'

In reply to by Anonymous (not verified)

Just started! I have to watch it in little bits because I find his attitude so unnerving...  -Caroline

In watching 'Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes. I was struck @ how eerily similar his behaviors of sociopathic, lying, narcissisticisrm & alternate reality mirror that of the White House occupant.

In reply to by Rich (not verified)

Bundy was a member of the Young Republicans in college. He had aspirations for a career in politics. His addiction to killing women derailed his plans.

In reply to by Connie Boyd (not verified)

Of course, he was a Republican LOL...

In reply to by JiveMiguel (not verified)

On the other hand, John Wayne Gacy, who raped and murdered 33 boys, was such a good Democrat he was photographed shaking hands with Rosalyn Carter, President Carter's wife LOL

Was in utah at same time he was active there. Have meet a Chaplin who met him at utah state prison. Chaplin said he was charismatic. Evil bundy was. He touched more lives than we know. He did tell Richard Larsen that the world of politicians was full of sociopaths.

I was a dispatcher in the Grand Junction, Colorado jail during the time they were questioning Bundy and as such had no idea why he as there in ‘meetings’ with officers so often. One very snowy day I was watching the storm and musing about how badly my big, heavy Chrysler would perform on the ice going home. Bundy offered to give me a ride home and my sergeant roared out of his office yelling “No, you will not! I’ll take her!” On the way he explained What the ‘charming’ guy was there for. I slept with my son for months afterward! I was 19 with long brown hair and big green eyes. Exactly Bundy’s ‘type’!

How terrifying! Thanks for sharing, Donna.

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