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Was Ted Bundy Bipolar?

The series of “Conversations With A Killer” has astonished the fans! The documentary-based Netflix series has stolen the hearts of many viewers. True-based stories of psycho killers are shown in these series which bring a lot of thrill to the viewers. 

After watching the series many have left with a lot of question marks on their faces!

As the series is based on true stories the viewers are hungry to know even deeper about their life.  

The story of Ted Bundy is shown in the first season of the series. The season had a total of 4 episodes with a running time of 60 minutes. “Conversation with Killer: The Ted Bundy Tape”, an American series was released on Netflix on January 24, 2019. The series was directed and created by Joe Berlinger. The series revolves around the life of Ted Bundy and his crimes. The series has received a  good response from the public and 7.7 out of 10 on IMDB.

After watching the season the fan has got inquisitive to know more about Ted’s life!

If you are one of them then you are in the exact place!

Was Ted Bundy Bipolar?

Was Ted Bundy Bipolar?

Ted Bundy was among one of the most notorious and wicked serial killers. He kidnapped, sexually assaulted, raped, and killed numerous girls and young women in Florida, Oregon, Colorado, Washington, and Utah between 1974 and 1978. He revealed that he committed 30 murders in seven states. 

He was very evil, wicked and a heartless serial killer, who brutally killed many women by prying them. Those innocent women were harshly raped and murdered by Ted. Bundy was arrested and punished for his wrongdoings by the law.

The day before his execution he was summoned by the psychiatrist “Dr. Dorothy Lewis” in Florida. She tried to understand what made him kill people, as she was a psychiatrist who tries to understand the killer’s mind. The conversation timing was terrifying for both. Looking into his past and after the conversation, she and her team concluded that “TED WAS NOT PSYCHOTIC BUT THEY CONSIDERED HE HAD SUFFERED FROM BIPOLAR ”. 

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How Was Ted Bundy’s Childhood?

Ted was born on November 24, 1946, in Burlington, Vermont, US. Ted had an arduous childhood. He had a forceful relationship with his father. He was timid owing to which he was frequently bullied during his childhood days. However, he was quite good at maintaining normal emotional relationships with the women in her college. By recalling his childhood days Bundy made an idyllic picture of himself, which describes him catching frogs and fish, and heading out on an adventure with his closest friends. He was the kind of person who never used to fit in. He was kind of a “Girly” during his childhood times. He used to wear shorts, to which he was mocked by his peers as the shorts are worn by a girl and not by boys. He never was able to fit in with the people who he was surrounded with.

He had abhorrent speaking skills due to which many people were not able to understand him. Even his pronunciation was not too good. During his childhood, he wanted to be a number one student, but he never became one. He used to hang the cat and terrorize the children staying near him. He also played football very much during his childhood. He had a difficult childhood as his stepfather was very arrogant and harsh toward him. It is believed he lived with his grandparents as stepmother and father.

How And Who Were The Women Ted Killed?

Was Ted Bundy Bipolar?

Filled with cruelty and evil, Tedy killed 30 women and became the FBI’s most wanted murderer in the 1970s. 

He used to pry the women and manage to get them alone along with him. In the name of asking for help, he put them into the car and sexually harvested them. After killing those women, Ted put those bodies inside the wood. 

There are 26 women whom Bundy brutally raped and killed:

Kimberly Leach, 12; Georgeann Hawkins,18; Kathy Kleiner, 20;Denise Naslund,18; Janice Ott, 23; Debra Kent,17; Nancy Wilcox,16; Melissa Smith, 17; Laura Aime,17; Carol DaRonch,18; Caryn Campbell,23; Julie Cunningham,26; Melanie Cooley, 18;  Lynette Culver,12; Susan Curtis,15; Margaret Bowman,21; Lisa Levy, 20; Karen Chandler, 22; Cheryl Thomas, 21;Denise Oliverson, 24.

The American killer Ted Bundy was finally killed on 24 January 1989 through execution in the Rainford electric chair at Florida State Prison Bradford, Florida, America.

If you are interested in watching a serial killer series, then go for it!

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