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Reconstructing Sara

Author : Sara a. Survivor
ISBN : 0974851035
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Sara is an early victim of Ted Bundy who survived multiple kidnappings by him and who knew him for four years. Authorities knew there was a survivor: she is that woman. She suffered stalking and rape trauma, and Stockholm Syndrome as well as severe PTSD. A story of survival and of trying to be heard against preexisting beliefs.

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.

In Defense Of Denial Ted Bundy S Prison Interview

Author : Sara a Survivor
ISBN : 0974851043
Genre : True Crime
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In 1989, shortly before his execution, Ted Bundy met with Robert Keppel in what would be his final confession to the events that had occurred some years prior in Washington State. Although much of this confession has been published in other forms and through various media outlets, this is the original version of that confession as provided by an FOIA request made in June of 2015. It was released to me in transcribed form by the King County Sheriff Office. What has been written of Bundy's killing spree in Washington to date has not addressed the years prior to 1974 nor the events that happened leading up to the spring of 1974 when Bundy murdered several women in an escalating fashion.

Natural Born Celebrities

Author : David Schmid
ISBN : 0226738698
Genre : History
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A historical account of how serial killers have become famous in American culture looks at the consequences of their fame and examines how that fame has been used in both the popular media and law enforcement, profiling a variety of notorious murderers and their influence on popular culture, from 1893 killer H. H. Holmes to terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden.

The Sexual Politics Of Meat 20th Anniversary Edition

Author : Carol J. Adams
ISBN : 9781441173287
Genre : Social Science
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Wasted

Author : Linda Wolfe
ISBN : 0786754699
Genre : True Crime
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Known as the so-called "Rough Sex Killing," the 1986 murder of college-bound teenager Jennifer Levin at the hands of preppie Robert Chambers shocked and horrified the nation, receiving as much attention and media hype as the O.J. Simpson case that followed soon afterward. In Wasted, which was named a "Notable Book of the Year" by the New York Times, veteran journalist Linda Wolfe goes behind the headlines to tell the full story of this chilling crime. With never-before-revealed details, Wolfe re-creates in vivid detail the reckless world of the affluent teenagers of the 1980s, the vicious court battles that attempted to paint sexually-free Jennifer as responsible for her own death, the startling jury-room wars that prevented the jurors from reaching a verdict on Chambers' culpability, and the secrets behind the preppie's last-minute plea bargain. A true crime classic, this tale of two youngsters who connected - and crashed - in the fast lane of privilege and sex, is haunting and unforgettable. "Fascinating, horrifying, and heart-breaking." - Ann Rule "A real page-turner." - Mademoiselle Magazine "Written with breadth, subtlety and fierce intelligence." - John Leonard, New York Magazine

I Survived Ted Bundy

Author : Rhonda Stapley
ISBN : 9780997559323
Genre : True Crime
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She was an innocent Mormon girl. He was America's most notorious serial killer. When their paths crossed on a quiet autumn afternoon, he planned to kill her. But this victim had an incredible will to survive and would live to tell her story nearly three decades after he met death in a Florida electric chair. Ted Bundy brutally attacked Rhonda Stapley in a secluded Utah canyon in 1974. She miraculously escaped and hid her dark secret until now. This compelling real story of triumph over tragedy is both shocking and inspiring and told with the true courage of a victim turned survivor. (Foreword by Ann Rule) When she appeared on his show, Dr. Phil McGraw told Rhonda, "This book will save lives."

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