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Serial Killer Ted Bundy
Scope & nature of his crimes; his deviant behavior, personal history, environmental factors, theory of causation, his victims.
# 10660 | 5,625 words | 5 sources | 2001 | US
Published on Dec 31, 2003 in Psychology (Case Studies) , Criminology (General)


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"Theodore Robert Bundy was, as serial killers go, at once a stereotype and an exception. White, male, above average in intelligence, adept at donning a misleading mask of sanity and charm- all of the characteristics typically associated with serial killers- were well embodied in Ted Bundy. And yet, the scope and nature of Bundy's crimes indicate that this particular predator was unique. More efficient and elusive than others who have shared his perversions, Ted Bundy was a confident killer; he chose high-class victims and moved with seeming effortlessness in elite circles among those that were unable or unwilling to perceive the depths of his depravity(MacPherson..."

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