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    LMAO@ KC !!! There's many a Palm tree waitin' to be crammed into the hatch of a Volkswagon Bug in hell!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by james1977 View Post
    If he was out now ,he would be killing again.He even admitted this.I'm glad he's dead.Good riddance,Bundy.Come back as a dog,please.
    I like dogs. I'd rather he comes back as an anal polyp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueWahoo View Post
    I like dogs. I'd rather he comes back as an anal polyp.
    I like dogs too. Maybe he could come back as a boil on the nastiest, most flatulent person in the world. And, this is boil never goes away, it must be repeatedly lanced. And the boil knows he's Ted and why he's there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meli View Post
    Get ready for a new addiction KC. Ann's books are all fantastic! I would also recommend Green River running Red, About the Green River Killer. Most libraries carry a lot of her books, so you may be able to just go check one out instead of having to buy them (even though I bought them, but I collect books)
    KC, Mel is right on. I've got at least 15 books by Ann Rule. The Stranger Beside Me was the first I read...and I was immediately hooked. I enjoyed them all, but a few others that stick out in my mind... A Rose For Her Grave, The I-5 Killer (whatever happened to Randy?), If You Really Loved Me. I could go on, as they are all great. The ones I listed are some of her earlier ones that got me hooked.

    Many true crime "authors" are jerks who are just out to make a buck...they exploit the victims and their writing is trash. Not Ann Rule. You can tell she cares about the victims and their families. Her writing is very respectful to those involved.

    I haven't read Green River Running Red!! I need to. Right now. Now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxyMillions View Post
    I like dogs too. Maybe he could come back as a boil on the nastiest, most flatulent person in the world. And, this is boil never goes away, it must be repeatedly lanced. And the boil knows he's Ted and why he's there.
    That's absolutely disgusting....excellent job, Maxy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueWahoo View Post
    That's absolutely disgusting....excellent job, Maxy.
    Why, thank you, Sue **Maxy blushing** I tried to come up with something as revolting as possible

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    Quote Originally Posted by laynesgrl View Post
    The thing I find most intriguing about this story is the true testament of a mother's love for her child, in an encyclopedia type book on murders I used to have, it stated that Ted's mom, when he called her for the last time, told him that no matter what, that he would always be her little boy. It even showed a picture of her on the phone! I always tell that story when someone wonders how a mother can keep on loving a child that goes bad.
    Which mom? His Bio, or the Grandma/mom ?

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    I think it was Louise Bundy, his bio mom that did that for him.

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    Yeah, he probably did blame that weird bio mom/sister grandma bs for killing all those innocents. But, I agree that he was just pure evil like Hitler!
    Anyway, I have read alot of Ann Rule's books, and I can't believe I haven't read "The Stranger Beside Me' well actually I thought it would just be redundant from all the other books about him, but since there have been so many great reviews on it from here, I am gonna have to check it out!!!

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    I don't remember if he blamed his weird mom thingy or not, but I know he did blame booze and porn. But I believe that was just an excuse--because he had none. He was just evil.

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    In the movie "Ted"..what creeped me out the most was Ted lying beside the dead bodies in the woods (yuck) And when he asked the girl he was screwing to pretend she was dead. I lived in North Florida at the time his trial was in Gainesville. And he was executed January 24, 1989, the day before my birthday...a great birthday present!

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    Quote Originally Posted by laynesgrl View Post
    Yeah, he probably did blame that weird bio mom/sister grandma bs for killing all those innocents. But, I agree that he was just pure evil like Hitler!
    Anyway, I have read alot of Ann Rule's books, and I can't believe I haven't read "The Stranger Beside Me' well actually I thought it would just be redundant from all the other books about him, but since there have been so many great reviews on it from here, I am gonna have to check it out!!!
    Laynesgirl-I've read all the Bundy books, and I think Ann Rule's is the best. She has personal knowledge of him that makes it all the more disturbing. Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueWahoo View Post
    I like dogs. I'd rather he comes back as an anal polyp.
    ROFLMAO!!!! Anal polyp!!! he he he
    Please leave a message after the beep and get the hell off already.... somebody else might be trying to call

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    John Carpenter.... he even decapitated some of his victims, and went back several times, to have sex with their headless corpses. *puke*

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    Quote Originally Posted by DexterKitty View Post
    John Carpenter.... he even decapitated some of his victims, and went back several times, to have sex with their headless corpses. *puke*
    As you do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lisalouver View Post
    As you do.
    Of course, think of the money you save over going to prostitutes....
    I'd kiss ya, but I just washed my hair...

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    Quote Originally Posted by warmbear View Post
    Of course, think of the money you save over going to prostitutes....
    Tis true wb.........
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    The guy was a total nut. It really is strange how somebody with great intelligence, and good looks like that, could be a serial killer. It really makes a person take stock about juding a book by its cover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DexterKitty View Post
    The guy was a total nut. It really is strange how somebody with great intelligence, and good looks like that, could be a serial killer. It really makes a person take stock about juding a book by its cover.

    I used to work with a guy that, when he wore a turtleneck and had that sleek 'do looked like Ted. He was not amused when several of us pointed it out, complete with photo. I remember another coworker saying, "Ah know he was a killah, honey, but he was so handsome! If ah had to be muh-dehed ah wouldn't want it to be some ol' ugly Nightstalker fellah, I'd want him to be good-lookin"

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    Just saw his volkswagon on display at the Crime Museum in DC.


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    I just wanted to say that the handcuffs used as "ropes" are really a nice touch.

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    Whoa, I never knew about the cotton in the rectum. Wow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seagorath View Post
    I <3 it =)
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    Anyone ever check out the TV flick, "The Deliberate Stranger?" It was about Bundy.

    http://www.amazon.com/Deliberate-Str.../dp/B00347AIOO
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    Quote Originally Posted by PurrPurr View Post
    Anyone ever check out the TV flick, "The Deliberate Stranger?" It was about Bundy.

    http://www.amazon.com/Deliberate-Str.../dp/B00347AIOO
    I did see that movie. Gave me the creeps. It was hard to see Mark Harmon in that role, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaseyko1 View Post
    I did see that movie. Gave me the creeps. It was hard to see Mark Harmon in that role, though.
    Yes, considering he's a "good guy" on NCIS these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seagorath View Post
    Fantastic, Seagorath! They could be brothers...

    Quote Originally Posted by PurrPurr View Post
    Anyone ever check out the TV flick, "The Deliberate Stranger?" It was about Bundy.

    http://www.amazon.com/Deliberate-Str.../dp/B00347AIOO
    Quote Originally Posted by kaseyko1 View Post
    I did see that movie. Gave me the creeps. It was hard to see Mark Harmon in that role, though.
    Quote Originally Posted by PurrPurr View Post
    Yes, considering he's a "good guy" on NCIS these days.
    I loved that movie, but I think Mark Harmon was a wee bit too good. When he would do those crazy Ted eyes, I would think maybe the wrong Ted got the chair! My mom can't watch NCIS for the same reason, and it pisses my dad off b/c NCIS is his fave show, and he wants her to watch it with him. It pisses him off more when my mom will tell him Mark only took the NCIS role to throw off the people that know he's a serial killer, lol!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxyMillions View Post
    I loved that movie, but I think Mark Harmon was a wee bit too good. When he would do those crazy Ted eyes, I would think maybe the wrong Ted got the chair! My mom can't watch NCIS for the same reason, and it pisses my dad off b/c NCIS is his fave show, and he wants her to watch it with him. It pisses him off more when my mom will tell him Mark only took the NCIS role to throw off the people that know he's a serial killer, lol!!!
    Ann Rule talks about this a little in one of the revised editions of "The Stranger Beside Me". She said she occassionally gets letters from women who have seen that version of Ted's story and they say they are in love with Ted and that he should have not died, etc. She always tells them that they are in love with Mark Harmon and not Ted Bundy.


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    On a side note, Mark Harmon is still quite studly =]
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    Quote Originally Posted by steffie View Post
    On a side note, Mark Harmon is still quite studly =]
    Talk about aging gracefully. Jethro Gibbs can interrogate me any time.
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    Me too =D
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    This guy is like a case study in antisocial personality disorder...I think he was actually in one of my casebooks when I studied the disorder as an under grad...The interesting thing about him is that he break the barrier, we all think of someone dangerous as being some poor, ignorant, deshevled person and here you had someone clean cut, seemingly educated and well respected in the community who was a complete wack job...Goes to show you crazy knows no bounds...On a scary note, a lot of his victims looked like me ...I guess if he were around and I were to do a victimology...I'd be scared...

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    Anyone ever saw some video from a movie posted on youtube where they reenact when they were getting him ready for the chair and they have to put cotton balls up his butt? That made me sick...Just thought Id share...
    Last edited by GuiltyLittleDeathHag; 04-25-2010 at 06:04 PM. Reason: forgot something

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuiltyLittleDeathHag View Post
    Anyone ever saw some video from a movie posted on youtube where they reenact when they were getting him ready for the chair and they have to put cotton balls up his butt? That made me sick...Just thought Id share...
    OMG! I didn't realize they did that. Ewww Ewww and then double Ewww!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurrPurr View Post
    Yes, considering he's a "good guy" on NCIS these days.


    Does anyone remember the NCIS episode where Gibbs's (Mark Harmon's) cell phone keeps ringing and it is a wrong number? He kept getting phone calls asking if he is selling a VW? They all kind of look at each other and giggle- I'm assuming a Ted Bundy inside joke. I hope so- I died laughing every time his phone rang and he kept saying "NO! I don't have a Voltswagen for sale!" -but my family didn't get it!

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    Cotton balls? Why?
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    Just a guess here but maybe the shock from the chair makes stuff spew out...ewwww and eeeek...I never knew they did that either until I saw that clip, it was disturbing but I will have to try and hunt it down sometime...Old Ted there didn't seem to happy about it either, at least not as they depicted it...an almost fitting ending...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuiltyLittleDeathHag View Post
    Just a guess here but maybe the shock from the chair makes stuff spew out...ewwww and eeeek...I never knew they did that either until I saw that clip, it was disturbing but I will have to try and hunt it down sometime...Old Ted there didn't seem to happy about it either, at least not as they depicted it...an almost fitting ending...
    Isn't that the damned truth? He should have had some humiliation at the end, the bastard.

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    Wikipedia says that the cotton ball practice had ended by the time Ted was executed.
    For man also knoweth not his time: as the fishes that are taken in an evil net, and as the birds that are caught in the snare; so are the sons of men snared in an evil time, when it falleth suddenly upon them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steffie View Post
    On a side note, Mark Harmon is still quite studly =]

    He really is. I wish he'd get a better hair cut though. That 80's do is annoying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuiltyLittleDeathHag View Post
    Anyone ever saw some video from a movie posted on youtube where they reenact when they were getting him ready for the chair and they have to put cotton balls up his butt? That made me sick...Just thought Id share...
    Um no. Is it wrong that I want to see it though?

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    Me too ^^
    I have the major hots for Mark Harmon on NCIS~Jethro does it for me =O
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    It should be a crime for a man to be so "studly".

    Is he still married to Pam Dawber of Mork & Mindy fame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaseyko1 View Post
    OMG! I didn't realize they did that. Ewww Ewww and then double Ewww!
    So is the cotton balls in the rectum thing also done during embalming?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alanwench View Post
    So is the cotton balls in the rectum thing also done during embalming?
    After I did my posting, it was stated that the cotton balls in the rectum was done away with right before Bundy's execution. Too bad, huh?

    From what I understand with the embalming process, cotton balls are strategically placed to keep residual fluids from seeping out. Yuck!

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    Sorry, I'll have to disagree on one thing. The 'studliness' factor has diminished GREATLY.

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    Then and Now, he is gorgeous. One of those guys that takes my breath away when I see him. The first movie I ever saw him in was the Ted Bundy movie. For years I felt so guilty thinking he was hot (I was only like 8 at the time). When I finally saw him in Summer School and other movies, the guilt started going away since I wasn't associating him so much w/Ted. One night my husband and I played a game. He would pull up a celebrity I thought was hot and have me pick one of the two. It kept coming down to Mark and he ended up being my number 1 pick. sigh... such gorgeous eyes!

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    It was today in 1989 when Ted was excuited in Floridas electric chair

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever-27 View Post
    It was today in 1989 when Ted was excuited in Floridas electric chair

    My favorite was the person outside the prison with the sign

    "I like my Ted well done"

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