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Ted Bundy

Author : Richard A Duffus
ISBN : 0983949514
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GRAVE SECRETS Ted Bundy reaches out from the grave to reveal his most closely-held secrets. Who was the man behind the mask? Why did Bundy become a killer? Can we learn the identities of more of his victims? Can we find any of their remains? Were Bundy's accounts of his escapes truthful? Why did he opt for the death penalty? Why did Bundy devise his "bones for time" scheme? Was he influenced by pornography? How did he feel about his life of depravity? What is the significance of Bundy's last words? Did he inspire the Gainesville student killer? Enter the mind of Ted Bundy and learn, through his words and images, the truth behind this enigmatic killer.

The Bundy Secrets

Author : Kevin Sullivan
ISBN : 1942266855
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The hidden files of the manhunt to find and stop Ted Bundy, as well as the investigations into his depredations, gathered from official and unofficial sources from Washington to Florida, as well as contemporary interviews and author commentary to flesh out the details. A must-read for true crime students of Ted Bundy.

Reflections On Green River The Letters Of And Conversations With Ted Bundy

Author : Sara a Survivor
ISBN : 0974851051
Genre : True Crime
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"Reflections on Green River" contains a more complete record of the communications between Ted Bundy and officials than has ever been previously published. Bundy's taped interviews, his letters from prison over the years 1984 to 1989, reveal his analytical mind in evaluating the Green River Killer and the insights he brought in his own words, from a "unique perspective." They are presented in their original form to broaden the understanding of that period and were acquired through FOIA requests.

A Treatise On The Constitutional Limitations Which Rest Upon The Legislative Power Of The States Of The American Union

Author : Thomas McIntyre Cooley
ISBN : UOM:35112105011581
Genre : Constitutional law
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Defending The Devil

Author : Polly Nelson
ISBN : STANFORD:36105060926628
Genre : Law
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The attorney for infamous serial murderer Ted Bundy provides a fascinating exploration of the case, discussing the difficult balance she had to maintain between her responsibilities as a lawyer, her compassion for life, and her feelings about her client's vicious crimes.

Behavioral And Social Science

Author : Neil J. Smelser
ISBN : NAP:00082
Genre : Social Science
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In 1933, President Herbert Hoover commissioned the "Ogburn Report," a comprehensive study of social trends in the United States. Fifty years later, a symposium of noted social and behavioural scientists marked the report's anniversary with a book of their own from the Commission on Behavioural and Social Sciences and Education. The 10 chapters presented here relate the developments detailed in the "Ogburn Report" to modern social trends. This book discusses recent major strides in the social and behavioural sciences, including sociology, psychology, anthropology, economics, and linguistics.

Violent Mind

Author : Al Carlisle
ISBN : 0998297372
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In 1976, no one really knew how violent Ted Bundy really was. Follow step by step through this previously unpublished psychological assessment of Ted Bundy to see how the picture of Bundy's violent mind was discovered for the first time.

The City Of Detroit Michigan 1701 1922

Author : Clarence Monroe Burton
ISBN : UOM:35112101190108
Genre : Detroit (Mich.)
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Bundy Portrait Of A Serial Killer

Author : Robert Keller
ISBN : 154873067X
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Theodore Robert Bundy is America's most infamous serial killer, the horribly depraved sex slayer of at least 39 young women and adolescent girls. Yet, this was no wild-eyed madman, no hunched gargoyle, foaming at the mouth to warn us of his bad intentions. This was a handsome, talented and articulate young man, an honors graduate for whom a bright future was predicted. This was a rising star in the Republican Party who might well have achieved his ambition of high political office. What then turned Bundy into the monster he became, a demon in the guise of an ordinary man? In this chilling new work, bestselling true crime author Robert Keller tackles the enigma, delving deep into the killer's motivations, psychology and deadly methodology, much of it taken from the words of Bundy himself. Warning!: Bundy: Portrait of a Serial Killer will keep you awake at night. It is not recommended for the squeamish or faint of heart. Scroll up to grab your copy of Bundy: Portrait of a Serial Killer

The Big Yankee The Life Of Carlson Of The Raiders

Author : Michael Blankfort
ISBN : 9781786255754
Genre : History
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Includes 12 Illustrations This biography is the story of one of the most impressive figures to emerge from World War II. Evans F. Carlson is a living war hero who has won a place in the hearts of thousands of Americans through his courage, his humanity, and his grasp of the issues of war and peace. It is the story of Carlson the soldier and of Carlson the great American who has struggled against prejudice, complacency and ignorance to realize his vision of democracy in our military organizations and in the world at large. Here is the picture of the magnetic military leader who built up the revolutionary Raider Battalion on the principles of “Gung-Ho” and led it into the first land encounter with Jap forces. But underneath the superefficient soldier and planner of battles is the American looking for a way to fulfill the promise of our tradition. Carlson was raised in New England; he ran away from home, entered the Army, was sent to Europe, learned about guerilla warfare in Nicaragua and Asia. His first visit to China opened his eyes to the struggle men were still making to achieve democracy. He lived and fought with the Eighth Route Army. He tried to tell the world what he had learned about military democracy and the threat of Japanese fascism. Officialdom, however, was not ready for his message and he had to resign from the Marine Corps to bring his warning to the American people. Time proved his predictions true, and after 1941 he rejoined the Marines and organized the famous Raider Battalion, which put in practice what he had learned in China and all that he believed about American democracy. Michael Blankfort was in the Marine Corps himself and got to know Colonel (now Brigadier General) Carlson there. He has written this biography through this personal knowledge of Carlson and through conferences with his family and close friends and enthusiastic veterans who served with him.

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