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Review by disturbian posted over a year ago
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Most people consider spree crimes to be gun related. A loner, armed to the teeth with weapons and ammo taking out their rage on everyone and anyone unlucky enough to cross their paths on that particular bad day. While this is true in some spree killing cases, the how, when, where and why can differ greatly in the majority of these types of crime.
This book covers a wide range of spree cimes. Bombings, train derailments, arson attacks and stabbings, plus people who used vehicles to get the job done included crashing airliners and driving cars and trucks into crowded places. The perpetrators of each crime range in age, race, beliefs and country of origin. Each are given a brief yet informative biography before the details of their sprees are described. Possible motives for their crimes are also documented here. With transcripts from family members, police reports and sometimes suicide notes and reasonings from the criminal themselves.
This is a good book for those who may want to study a broad range of spree killings or for those people, like me, who are just interested in true crime. The only real thing that lets this book down is some grammatical and spelling errors...
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Opinion by bathory_650 posted over a year ago
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Over the years and the mystery surrounding the Bundy case, I have watched about 4 movies alongside, the 7 books I have read. One of the most popular movies was the made for, TV movie with Mark Harmon called Deliberate Stranger. It did have a lot of accuracy to the Bundy story, but left out the Debbie Kent abduction and his in court marriage. Next on the movie list was Bundy directed by Matthew Reiley who also did Freeway . It had an actor who portrayed Bundy very well, and even though it showed Bundy consummating their child in prison, it left out the in court wedding like the Mark Harmon movie. Next I saw the Hallmark version of Anne Rules book The Stranger Beside Me. Again, the actor who portraye,d Bundy did it well but left out the Lake Sammamish murders and at the Chi Omega house it depicted Bundy using a flashlight instead of a small log to commit the murders. Last I saw was Bundy: Legacy of Evil. This one was directed by Micheal Geiger but could have been mistaken for Ed Wood. It left out Lake Sammamish, the in court wedding, and depicted the murders in such a conglomoration it was hard to tell what was going on. Also, when the Chi Omega Murders were going on a lot of the...
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News by WhoIsTed posted over a year ago
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THEODORE
THEODORE: Based on the Life and Case Files of Serial Killer Ted Bundy. Sounds like it has been done before, doesn't it?

...well, never like this!

THEODORE is the whole package, it has everything! It's a Historical Biography, a Psychological Thriller, a Detective Murder/Mystery, a Courtroom Drama, a Human-Interest Piece, and a Tragic Love Story.

Jan. 23rd, 1989 - the Florida State Prison. Dr. JAMES DOBSON, 50s, sits down for the interview of his career with infamous serial killer TED BUNDY, 40s, hours before his scheduled execution.

THEODORE is MONSTER meets ZODIAC with a slice of FROST/NIXON. Formed from the case files of Ted Bundy after extensive first hand location and archival research; THEODORE gives a true and comprehensive look at both the monster behind the man - and the man behind the monster. Woven within the spoken words of his last testament lies the true story of Theodore Robert Bundy. Together, James and Ted unravel the mystery through a lifelong journey. From conception, to rejection; bloodlust to rebirth. THEODORE follows Ted Bundy from his origins in Seattle, through Utah and Colorado, to his freak defense trial...
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List by hannah16 posted over a year ago
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•Charles Albright: AKA "The Eyeball Killer"; convicted of murdering three prostitutes in Dallas, Texas; sentenced to life imprisonment in 1991
•Rodney James Alcala: AKA "the Dating Game Killer"; convicted rapist and serial killer
•Amy Archer-Gilligan: poisoned a husband and four of her nursing home's residents with arsenic or strychnine in Windsor, Connecticut in the 1910s
•Benjamin Atkins: AKA the "Woodward Corridor Killer"; mission-oriented killer who raped and strangled eleven women in Detroit in 1991 and 1992
•Joe Ball: AKA "The Alligator Man"; killed at least 20 women in the early 20th century in Texas
•Velma Barfield: two husbands and two boyfriends died mysteriously with two proving to be arsenic poisoning; confessed to killing three more including her mother
•Herb Baumeister: suspected of killing 20+ men along I-70; fled and committed suicide after remains of 11 were found on his Westfield, Indiana property
•Bloody Benders: family who killed guests at their inn in Labette County, Kansas in 1872
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Opinion by dakari posted over a year ago
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day I journal entry by charlie:
have you ever wanted to kill your worst enemy?I have,and heh will.why?I could go on with the reasons.am I pyscho?no.do I hate some people?yes.I am in prison right now for killing a innocent child but hell,I learned my lesson!right?!(mouth is foaming)charlie wiped his mouth and sighed and said quietly 'maybe I am crazy...'but one day I want to stab the whole DAMNED world with knives!yes be afraid be VERY afraid.muhahahaha!all of my cell mates are gone,they took my knife,my best friend..they WILL pay!they are all going straight to hell!
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