FROM COAST TO COAST Ted Bundy was a charmer but beneath this veneer was a brutal serial killer who murdered at least thirty six girls and young women between 1974 and 1978. Despite his capture, he escaped twice to kill again before he was electrocuted
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Ted Bundy was a charmer but beneath this veneer was a brutal serial killer who murdered at least thirty six girls and young women between 1974 and 1978. Despite his capture, he escaped twice to kill again before he was electrocuted in 1989 still protesting his innocence.
An ex-sailor on USS Nimitz, John Eric Armstrong was a cold blooded killer of prostitutes. He admitted to over thirty murders of prostitutes in Washington, Hong Kong, Thailand and the Middle East before he was sentenced to life in 2001.
Christopher Wilder was a sadistic sexual predator who became known as ‘The Beauty Queen Killer’. He had a history of sexual offences and then became a frenzied killer who was on the FBI’s ‘ten most wanted list’.
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Henry Lee Lucas was a drifter and odd job man, but he was also a notorious killer who sparked off the biggest serial murder investigation in America’s history. Lucas killed his own mother before teaming up with another notorious killer Otis Toole and embarking upon a killing rampage across states.
William Bonin was known as ‘The Freeway Killer’ until he became the first person to be killed by lethal injection in California. After spending over seventeen years on death row, Bonin was executed for the murder of fourteen people and probable murder of over thirty more victims.
The white supremacist and serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin wanted to rid the world of blacks and Jews by killing them. Responsible for over twenty murders, he chose to kill anybody that did not fit into his political beliefs.
Ruth Snyder and her husband Albert were happy until she had an affair with Judd Gray, a corset salesman. She decided to murder her husband and took out a double-indemnity life insurance for him. But after four failures she forced her lover to help in the killing.
Mark Chapman grew up wanting to be John Lennon. After years of schizophrenic illness he finally decided that Lennon could not live and stalked him. Carrying a copy of the Double Fantasy album and Catcher in the Rye book, he fired five shots into Lennon and waited for the police to arrive.
At the time it was called the crime of the century. Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb were two wealthy academics who murdered fourteen year old Bobbie Franks in 1924 in order to commit the ‘perfect crime’.