George Stietz
Ted Bundy
September 11, 2018 Comments.. 249
Ted Bundy Strange non mainstream account of Ted Bundy s life crimes and place in society This account does not resemble anything found in any bookstore and encourages the reader to re think what Bundy meant

  • Title: Ted Bundy
  • Author: George Stietz
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Strange, non mainstream account of Ted Bundy s life, crimes, and place in society This account does not resemble anything found in any bookstore and encourages the reader to re think what Bundy meant to the world It traces the author s 35 years of having Bundy as an off and on presence in his life, and what it has meant to his cognitive and social development.

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    1. Bettie☯ says:

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    2. Jessica Johnson says:

      My first reaction: WTF did I just read?This book is mainly comprised of the author's very random thoughts. "One time I went to FSU, and Bundy was there once." "One time I went to a party and got a baseball from these random dudes that I just made fun of." "One time, I yelled at and re-traumatized a girl who had been through a very extreme rape, laughed about it, then called her fucked up." "Also, Ted Bundy wasn't really that smart."OMG. I hate to write scathing reviews; I don't want to discourag [...]

    3. Sydney Mcgahan says:

      Do you ever wonder if you've crossed paths with a serial killer? Or if you would be able to pick one out of a crowd? Truth is, most serial killers know how to blend in. Contrary to how they are depicted in the public's eye, serial killers tend to act like normal people. That is, until they focus on a kill. If you ask people about Ted Bundy, most will reply with answers like "he was a disgusting excuse for a person" or "that man was so sick and twisted." However, George Stietz gives an entirely d [...]

    4. Mary says:

      DifferentThe author wrote the book to please himself. It's highly subjective points about what he's heard and read about Ted Bundy, all through the lens of his life experience. To the extent you can tap into his meanderings, the book is interesting.He makes a couple of good points. One is the fact that Bundy seemed to have empathy or signs of a conscience for certain people. He at least seemed sincere in remarks quoted by a range of authors, from Keppel to Rule and Nelson. He worried about the e [...]

    5. Juan says:

      This book goes way beyond the boundaries of conventional thinking about Bundy and it offers the author's lifelong experiences with Bundy in the periphery of his life. Like all of Stietz's books it is an acquired taste, but I am better off having read it.

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