Ted and Ann

  • by Rebecca Morris
  • Narrated by Lee Ann Howlett
  • 6 hrs and 45 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

At age three he was using knives to frighten his teenage aunt. By 14 he was a thief, animal abuser, and peeping tom who liked to pull little girls into the woods to scare them.
Ted Bundy killed at least 35 girls and women, and possibly hundreds. Was his first victim eight-year-old Ann Marie Burr who disappeared from their Tacoma, Washington neighborhood in 1961? Her body was never found and there were no clues, just two tenacious detectives who spent the rest of their lives trying to solve the case. Was Bundy telling the truth when he told a hypothetical story about killing Ann and dumping her into a muddy pit?
With new information about Ted Bundy's childhood, interviews with those who knew him best, and the memories of the Burr family, Ted and Ann is the story of one the 20th century's most fascinating cold cases.
Rebecca Morris is an award-winning journalist who has worked in radio and television news in New York City; Portland, Oregon; and Seattle, Washington. A native Oregonian, her reporting has appeared in The Seattle Times, The Oregonian, People, Entertainment Weekly, New York Newsday, American Theatre, and many other publications. She lives in Seattle.

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What the Critics Say

"This is the ONLY book to read to learn the full story of the disappearance of Ann Marie Burr in August 1961. Fascinating!" (Ann Rule, New York Times best-selling author)
"While Ted Bundy might be the greatest evil enigma ever, author Rebecca Morris strips away the layers of the greatest mystery of his life - what was his connection to the disappearance of Ann Marie Burr? This is an astonishing achievement, the missing piece that readers of crime have long sought. Bravo for Morris!" (Gregg Olsen, New York Times best-selling author)

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The human cost of a serial killer

This book highlights the human cost of a serial killer's actions on a particular victim's family. Where some books about Bundy seek to almost glamourise him, this book does not. Through the narrative, the author allows us a glimpse into the world of a child victim's family. It is very well researched and also provides a view of Bundy through the eyes of people who knew him. It is both heartbreaking and enlightening, ultimately revealing the strength of the human spirit even in the most appalling of circumstances.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 24-06-2013
  • Publisher: Rebecca Morris