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

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.

Thank you for sharing, Rich

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.

A friend is certain he picked her up in Deer Creek Canyon west of Littleton. She had the foresight to jump out the door of the car.

I also worked on the CU campus in a building where I think he hid out and I lived on Queen Anne in Seattle and shopped at the same Safeway he did.

"Over the months, his girlfriend Carole Ann Boone surreptitiously brought him $500 and he acquired a detailed plan of the jail and a hacksaw." He was an accused serial killer and she was his girlfriend? And helped him with his escape? Hard to understand.

@ Jude, no, it’s really not. As Voltaire said. “Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.”

It's perplexing, isn't it? At the opening of her book about Ted Bundy, "The Stranger Beside Her", Ann Rule felt that Carol Anne Boone and the other women who thought they had a romantic relationship with him were, in their own way, a victim of him.

And, look at it this way: at the time Ted Bundy was only awaiting trial for one murder and had been convicted of kidnapping in Utah. He was such an accomplished liar he probably gave her a really good reason why he was innocent of the charges.

Plenty of serial killers have hidden in plain sight as family men: John Wayne Gacy, Dennis Rader (the BTK Killer), and Joseph James Deangelo (alleged GSK).

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