Maria Everson Zaborsky Infamous Crime Cases An infamous case that was solved by forensic evidence was the Theodore Robert "Ted" Bundy case. He was an American serial killer, rapist, kidnapper, and necrophile. He assaulted many women and girls killing between 30-40 people throughout seven different states, which Ted Bundy confessed to. He also cut the head of 12 victims off and kept the head in his house as a memory to always have, he would also kill women and later return to the crime scene to have intercourse with the body until it began to rot or was destructed by wild animals. In 1975 Ted was arrested in Utah but was released due to the little evidence, Two years later was convicted of kidnapping and escaped.
Mr. Crump allegedly got out of his car, and not seeing the faces of who was in the other car, began to tell the teenagers to leave. Allegedly, he saw the driver’s hands go from the wheel, down to his pants, and it was at this time that the gun discharged. However, Danny’s friends say that his hands never left the wheel. Sadly, Danny Adams died from the gunshot wound. Adrian Krump was charged with manslaughter, facing up to 17 years in prison.
Manson’s Manipulation, Brainwashing, and The Beatles On the morning of August 9, 1969, three LAPD officers arrived at 10050 Cielo Drive (Bugliosi). A ghastly scene awaited them. In the driveway, in a parked car, the body of Steven Parent was found. He was shot four times and stabbed once. Resting about twenty feet past the front door of the house, Voytek Frykowski had been shot twice, beaten over the head thirteen times, and stabbed fifty-one times.
He then drove her around town, sexually assaulted her twice, stopped the car and left. The victim was medically treated and examined. Sexual assault and a severe chest wound were confirmed. At the time of his arrest, Williams told the arresting officer he climbed into the back of the victim’s car, a green Buick, while it was parked because he thought it was his brother’s and he wanted to take a nap. During trial, he testified he knew the victim previously, had sex with her prior to that night and on that night.
The case of Ted Bundy Theodore Robert "Ted" Bundy, born Theodore Robert Cowell (November 24, 1946 – January 24, 1989), was an American serial killer active between 1973 and 1978. After more than a decade of vigorous denials, he eventually confessed to over 30 murders, although the actual total of victims remains unknown. Estimates range from 26 to over 100, the general estimate being 35. Ted Bundy murders were confirmed in multiple states including Washington, Oregon, Utah, Idaho, Colorado, and Florida. Ted Bundy would rape strangle and beat young women and girls.
From their conversation , we know that James Barr was a military man and had killed four men in the past . Helen then went to visit the father of one of the victims . The father insisted that her daughter who being killed was a good person . Jack went to the car park scene where the sniper shot five people . After that , he asked Detective Emerson about the serial number on the sniper rifle .
A few months later he stabbed and strangled a woman. The young man with her survived being shot twice and provided the first clue to authorities, the assailant was an average man with crazed eyes. After the second crime, Rader wrote a letter confessing to the first murders and referring to himself as the BTK Strangler. He explained that BTK stood for B-bind them, T-torture them, K-kill them. Psychological Studies on Rader have established that even as a young child in grade school he would often fantasize about bondage, controlling and torturing individuals.
Kennedy Assassination: how the media covered it then and how they cover it now. John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the thirty-fifth President of the United States, was shot and killed in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963, while riding in a presidential motorcade through Dealey Plaza. (9) The death of the president sent our country into mourning. Kennedy's brief, but historical presidency gave a sense of hope and few could accept that he was really gone. The following day newspapers devoted nearly all their coverage to the incident.
In the late sixties and early seventies, California was haunted by dozens of unsolved murders. The offender remains unknown to this day. The murderer, who referred to himself as “the Zodiac,” ;made contact with the police and area newspapers throughout his reign of terror through a series of menacing notes. Although the police were never able to apprehend Zodiac, they were able to gather information about him via the letters. Zodiac boasted of killing up to forty victims, however, police The Zodiac Killer The late 1960’s and early 1970’s represented a great deal of things to a great deal of people.
James Warren "Jim" Jones (May 13, 1931 – November 18, 1978) was the founder and leader of the Peoples Temple, best known for the cult murder/suicide in 1978, 909 of its members in Jonestown, Guyana, and the murder of five individuals at a nearby airstrip. Over 200 children were murdered at Jonestown, almost all of them by cyanide poisoning. Jones died from a gunshot wound to the head. Jones was born in Indiana and started the Temple there in the 1950s. He later moved the Temple to California in the mid-1960s, and gained notoriety with the move of the Temple's headquarters to San Francisco in the early 1970s.