On first impressions, Ted Bundy seemed like the perfect all-American boy. He was good-looking, fun and very charming; many women found him irresistible...
But deep inside he was an evil monster who used his insider knowledge of law enforcement to evade detection as he terrorized large areas of America, murdering white females, mostly college students aged between 15 and 25. He confessed to 30 killings, but the real figure was probably much higher.
When Bundy died on the electric chair on 24 January 1989, it was party time as a raucous mob celebrated outside the prison gates by singing, dancing, and setting off fireworks. This is the story of a chameleon-like psychopath and necrophile who lured innocent victims to a horrible end.
Al Cimino is a journalist and author who specializes in history and crime. His books include Great Record Labels, Spree Killers, War in the Pacific, Omaha Beach, Battle of Guadalcanal, and Battle of Midway.
Pub Date: 2019
Format: Paperback with bw illus.
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 inches