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The Enigma of Ted Bundy: The Questions and Controversies Surrounding America's Most Infamous Serial Killer (English Edition) Kindle版
“A must-have for Bundy fanatics, this collection fills in holes and addresses key mysteries about of one of the world’s most infamous serial killers.” —Katherine Ramsland, bestselling author of Confession of a Serial Killer
Within these pages, you’ll read of the many questions still surrounding this fascinating and intricate case, as well as the answers that are only now being provided here. There’s so much more to learn, and new information is still surfacing about Bundy, his victims and his potential victims. As such, there is new testimony included from those who had a brush with the killer, and others who played their own roles in this multi-state case.
In this book, Bundy case detectives Jerry Thompson of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Don Patchen of Tallahassee, Florida, talk about their personal experiences with Bundy. So does Ron Holmes, the Louisville criminologist who worked with the killer towards the end of his life. Also included are official reports that have rarely been viewed outside of the archives, along with the author’s commentary to guide readers through them. And last but not least, is Bundy’s final confession to Utah detective Dennis Couch just hours prior to Bundy’s execution. In it, Bundy reveals startling facts and sparks additional questions. A must-read for those true crime readers fascinated by America’s most enigmatic and infamous serial killer.
Praise for Kevin M. Sullivan’s books on Ted Bundy
“Provides the most in-depth examination of the killer and his murders ever conducted.” —Dan Zupansky, host of the True Murder podcast
“This is crime writing at its very best!” —Gary C. King, author of The Murder of Meredith Kercher
- ASIN : B09CT4585V
- 出版社 : WildBlue Press (2020/10/27)
- 発売日 : 2020/10/27
- 言語 : 英語
- ファイルサイズ : 1098 KB
- Text-to-Speech（テキスト読み上げ機能） : 有効
- X-Ray : 有効にされていません
- Word Wise : 有効
- 本の長さ : 236ページ
So here's the actual review: There is a LOT of information to unpack. Names we've never heard before like Komen Nelson (Who's that?! Huh! Well, you'll have to buy the book to find out :P) and others. Interview transcripts, theories, facts, tiny tidbits that suddenly open up a totally new world of understanding Ted Bundy. And a glimpse into how different European groups view Ted and True Crime. 100 points for Gryffindor! Well done, Kevin Sullivan!
With his head buried in police reports, focusing on the murders which likely comprised only four of Bundy’s more than forty years of life, Sullivan has missed the bigger picture. Bundy was a con man all of his life. In fact, given his method of acquiring many potential victims, Bundy couldn’t have been a successful serial killer without first having been a successful con man. Taken from that perspective, the enigma of Ted Bundy becomes a riddle that can be solved.
This fault appears to be inherent in Sullivan’s constitution. He missed the bigger picture in his coverage of the Gainesville student murders as well by retelling the killer’s story without examining the context in which that story was being told. He thus played into the killer’s hand by endorsing this mostly untruthful and manufactured legend that has for years so tormented the victims’ families.
Sullivan claims to be presenting new revelations in his books. But he is only rehashing an already told story with a scattering of random tidbits of previously unpublished, sometimes barely relevant, information. All the while he is suppressing pertinent evidence from bona fide Bundy compeers with whom he disagrees. As an administrator of Facebook’s “Ted Bundy Research Group,” he is actively engaging in this suppression by maintaining blocks on those with significant content but from whom he does not want his readers to hear. He does this in violation of Facebook community standards which state, “We want people to be able to talk openly about the issues that matter to them, even if some may disagree or find them objectionable.”
Rather than being one of a chorus of voices covering the many aspects of this vast case from different perspectives for the enrichment of the entire community, Sullivan wants to be a solo act, the only Bundy expert in town, for his own enrichment. He has been successful doing that, not by the validity of his knowledge base, but by his ability to control the channels of communication.