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Ted Bundy Lived To Kill Many, But Ended His Life On The Electric Chair

Ted Bundy Lived To Kill Many, But Ended His Life On The Electric Chair

Ted Bundy's exploits as a murderer captured the headlines of dailies across the nation between 1974 and 1979. The merciless killer was a smart dude with an attractive and charming personality, but he was involved in rape and murder of countless women. Though Bundy accepted the responsibility of as many as 30 murders, yet authorities believe the true number surpasses 100.  

Bundy's adventures as a murderer probably began with the murder of his college girlfriend. But this went on to kill other women. He lured some of his victims to his car on the pretext of helping him. He pretended to be injured. The sympathy offered by the girls turned out to be fatal for them.

This continued when he moved to Utah for a degree in law. Here he was caught by the police with some suspicious tools in his car. He was immediately arrested and turned to be under the police's scanner.

He found himself behind bars for kidnapping a girl who had managed to get away from him. Bundy managed to flee from the police, but was caught again. But Bundy was on the run again, and he managed to kill two women. A fortnight later, in February 1978, he managed to kill a 12-year-old girl. He was caught by the police soon.

July 1979 saw his conviction for two cases of murder. He was to serve two death penalties for all this. Involvement in  another murder case saw the award of another death penalty. In January 1989, Bundy breathed his last on the electric chair.

 

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