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    Ted Bundy

    Ted Bundy has always fascinated me. I had nightmares for weeks after reading The Stranger Beside Me. He has a daughter that he made with his last wife Carole Ann Boone, her name is/was Rosa. Carole changed both of their identities, and no one knows what name they're using. Do you think with as much sleuthing that goes on today, Rosa's identity could be found? I don't want to find her identity, I just really want to hear what others think of Ted.


    Sorry if there's a thread about Bundy, I searched, and didn't find anything.

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    Seriously what dumb bitch would marry this psycho and have his child?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angiebla View Post
    Seriously what dumb bitch would marry this psycho and have his child?
    One who didn't know he was a serial killer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller22 View Post
    One who didn't know he was a serial killer.
    She married him while he was in jail, how could she not know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller22 View Post
    One who didn't know he was a serial killer.
    She knew. She was with him while he was running around raping and killing women.

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    I found out the daughters name. She seems to be very successful in her adult life. Of course Ted was no dummy.

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    Someone asked me to post it, and since it's easily found by google I will post the name. Sorry mods if I'm breaking the rules.

    Rosa Johnson, she lives in Washington State. She has a brother name Jamey Boone who lives less than 60 miles from me in Paducah Ky. He's a preacher. I'm not sure if I saw a real picture of her, but if it is her, I can't tell if she looks like her Dad.

    Could you imagine having him as a Dad? OMG what a monster!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Queena View Post
    Someone asked me to post it, and since it's easily found by google I will post the name. Sorry mods if I'm breaking the rules.

    Rosa Johnson, she lives in Washington State. She has a brother name Jamey Boone who lives less than 60 miles from me in Paducah Ky. He's a preacher. I'm not sure if I saw a real picture of her, but if it is her, I can't tell if she looks like her Dad.

    Could you imagine having him as a Dad? OMG what a monster!
    Charles Manson has a whole group of possible offspring out there. I watched some documentary thing once about several people who were getting tested to see if they truly were his kids. Hitler supposedly has a son with from a French prostitute.

    I'm going to bet that knowing she was Bundy's kid was part of what propelled this woman to be so successful. Your biological parents do not curse you or guarantee success. They might guarantee some genetic issues, but I feel like the rest of of it pretty much what we make it. I made a point of being not like my family. Most people that know me IRL have no idea of some of the things that my family have done. I guess I don't get the big hangup on the kid being his. I DO get the big hangup on the mother marrying him in prison though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    Charles Manson has a whole group of possible offspring out there. I watched some documentary thing once about several people who were getting tested to see if they truly were his kids. Hitler supposedly has a son with from a French prostitute.

    I'm going to bet that knowing she was Bundy's kid was part of what propelled this woman to be so successful. Your biological parents do not curse you or guarantee success. They might guarantee some genetic issues, but I feel like the rest of of it pretty much what we make it. I made a point of being not like my family. Most people that know me IRL have no idea of some of the things that my family have done. I guess I don't get the big hangup on the kid being his. I DO get the big hangup on the mother marrying him in prison though.
    I would agree, if I didn't know good loving homes who adopted children that still had issues. Nurture vs Nature, no matter how much you nurture someone, you can't change their nature.

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    I saw on something that today would be Bundy's 72nd birthday. I guess I didn't realize that fucker was that old. (obviously he's dead, but I meant that he was born in 1946)

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    The Answer is - Stockholm Syndrome

    Quote Originally Posted by Queena View Post
    Ted Bundy has always fascinated me. I had nightmares for weeks after reading The Stranger Beside Me. He has a daughter that he made with his last wife Carole Ann Boone, her name is/was Rosa. Carole changed both of their identities, and no one knows what name they're using. Do you think with as much sleuthing that goes on today, Rosa's identity could be found? I don't want to find her identity, I just really want to hear what others think of Ted.


    Sorry if there's a thread about Bundy, I searched, and didn't find anything.

    In simple words, Stockholm Syndrome is defined as feelings of trust or affection felt in many cases of kidnapping or hostage-taking by a victim towards a captor. This term was first used by foreign media in 1973 as eponym when four hostages were taken during a bank robbery in Stockholm, Sweden.

    There is evidence that some victims of childhood sexual abuse come to feel a connection with their abuser. They often feel flattered by the adult attention or are afraid that disclosure will create family disruption. In adulthood, they resist disclosure for emotional and personal reasons.

    From a psychoanalytic lens, it can be argued that Stockholm syndrome arises strictly as a result of survival instincts.

    When Stockholm syndrome is experienced as a result of narcissistic abuse, the victim, in effect, is regressing to a state of infantile dependence, and the infantile survival mechanism is likely to kick in involuntarily.

    For more information on how narcissists are skilled at mentally dominating people - read this....
    https://factdr.com/health-conditions...lity-disorder/

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeathTalks View Post
    In simple words, Stockholm Syndrome is defined as feelings of trust or affection felt in many cases of kidnapping or hostage-taking by a victim towards a captor. This term was first used by foreign media in 1973 as eponym when four hostages were taken during a bank robbery in Stockholm, Sweden.

    There is evidence that some victims of childhood sexual abuse come to feel a connection with their abuser. They often feel flattered by the adult attention or are afraid that disclosure will create family disruption. In adulthood, they resist disclosure for emotional and personal reasons.

    From a psychoanalytic lens, it can be argued that Stockholm syndrome arises strictly as a result of survival instincts.

    When Stockholm syndrome is experienced as a result of narcissistic abuse, the victim, in effect, is regressing to a state of infantile dependence, and the infantile survival mechanism is likely to kick in involuntarily.

    For more information on how narcissists are skilled at mentally dominating people - read this....
    https://factdr.com/health-conditions...lity-disorder/
    Not sure how accurate that assessment is. He most definitely manipulated her, but that is as far as I'd say it went.

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    https://www.deseretnews.com/article/...ted-bundy.html

    DNA testing helped police confirm missing Utah teen was killed by Ted Bundy

    Renewed interest in notorious serial killer Ted Bundy led police to announce on Monday that DNA testing helped them confirm he also killed a Bountiful teen.

    In November 1974, 17-year-old Debra Kent was with her parents at a Viewmont High School play when she left during intermission to pick up her brother at an ice skating rink, Bountiful Police Sgt. Shane Alexander said.

    "After she left, she never returned," he said.

    The public interest evoked by the recent Netflix documentary series "Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes" and the movie "Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile" prompted police to announce the discovery that was made more than three years ago.

    Thirty-six hours before his execution, Bundy confessed to killing Debra and other young women and told police where he left Debra's body, according to Alexander.

    But her body wasn't found, Alexander said, and police were not able to officially close the case.

    That is, until 2015, when human remains were found in Fruit Heights, leading investigators to review missing persons files. Two of the cold cases for the city were women who'd gone missing, Alexander said.

    As they researched Debra, they came across news reports. In one of the reports, her mother, Belva Kent, pulled out a box with a human patella bone, or kneecap, that had been found where Bundy said he left the teen's remains.

    In spring of 1989, officials had done a search in the Fairview Canyon area and found hundreds of bones. The only human bone had been the patella, Alexander said.

    Police had given the bone to Debra's family.

    "At that time, this is your closure that we can give you right now," Alexander said of that gesture. He said it is unclear why police at the time gave the family that evidence, however.

    Three and a half years ago, after learning the family had the patella, investigators retrieved it from the family to use for DNA testing.

    "(Belva Kent) was very hesitant at first, but eventually she agreed, believing that it would be a good thing to know and have that confirmation," Alexander said. "I sent the patella to the University of North Texas as well as the samples that were collected, and then they were able to determine that the patella matched the family DNA that was collected."

    The family received an official death certificate and got the patella back.

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    https://www.local10.com/news/local/m...l-40-years-ago

    Ted Bundy convicted of FSU murders in Miami trial 40 years ago

    It was 40 years ago today that Ted Bundy was convicted in Miami and shortly thereafter sentenced to die for murdering two Chi Omega students at Florida State University.

    Bundy, then 32, was convicted on two counts of first-degree murder, three counts of attempted murder and two counts of burglary on July 24, 1979, after a month-long trial in Miami.

    The trial had been moved to Miami the previous summer after an impartial jury could not be found in Tallahassee, where the murders occurred.

    Ted Bundy smiles for the media after Leon County Sheriff Ken Katsaris informed him of his indictment by a grand jury, July 28, 1978. Bundy was indicted on two counts of first-degree murder in the Chi Omega killings.

    Bundy was found guilty of murdering Lisa Levy, 20, and Margaret Bowman, 21, who were strangled with a pair of nylon pantyhose and bludgeoned with an oak-limb club in their beds at the Chi Omega sorority house on the FSU campus in the early morning hours of Jan. 15, 1978. Two other sorority sisters -- Kathy Kleiner, from Fort Lauderdale, and her roommate, Karen Chandler -- and another student -- Cheryl Thomas, who lived a few blocks away -- were also attacked but survived.

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