Ted Bundy

  • by Kathy Lee
  • Narrated by Jim Johnston
  • 3 hrs and 23 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Bundy's story is a tale of intrigue, mystery, and the murders of what could have been well over 100 women. As a listener, you will journey through the sick mind of Ted Bundy, traveling from one gruesome scene to another. You will hide with Bundy, watching and waiting for his next vicious attack. As Bundy prepares his defense, goes to trial, and is eventually electrocuted for his acts of violence, you'll be beside him, sharing in the experience. You will also be given an opportunity to judge for yourself all the factors that could have contributed to Bundy's monstrous existence.
However, the portrait of Bundy's life is bigger than him, his actions, and his victims. It's about what all this says about our society. You'll hear about behaviors from the press and officials that will cause you to question the craziness that defined our country in the 1970s. This may cause you to question what unknown evil may be lurking within your neighbors, your sons, or your husbands. Most of all, it might cause you to question whether there is a little Bundy in all of us.


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Deeply unsatisfactory. Reiteration of all known facts with no new insights and apparently in a hurry to finish. A ridiculous price for such a short, boring narrative.

The narrator seemed to be rushing through as quickly as possible and was almost impossible to listen to.

The best part was when I turned it off. Definitely not recommended. There are many, superior, well-researched books on Bundy if you are interested.

Always look out for your safety but you do not need to puchase this to get free and sound advice.
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- Richard L.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 15-09-2016
  • Publisher: We Can't Be Beat LLC