Perhaps you are coming across this name for the first time and wondering why he became an icon in the history. Of course, we are not about to discuss good deeds about Ted Buddy, but he was a terrible man that you would not want to come across, a serial killer.

Who is Ted Bundy?

His full name is Theodore Robert Bubdy, was an American well known serial killer in the history. He was born in 24th November, 1946, in Burlington, United States, and studied at The University of Utah between 1973 and 1974.

Ted Bundy’s Wife

Carole Ann Boone was married to Ted Bundy between 1979 and 1986 when they divorced. After divorce, not much is known about Carole Ann Boone since she escaped the public eye. Their love started in the place of work where they worked together in the Department of Emergency Services in Washington.

Ted Bundy’s Daughter

Rose Bundy or Rosa Bundy is the only child of Ted Bundy. Rose was born in 1981 but her whereabouts is not clear. After the divorce and execution of Ted, they did not receive more press attention and even believed that perhaps they changed their names.

American Serial Killer

Ted Bundy committed several crimes, not just crimes, homicides. He was a serial killer, an organized one, of the 1970s. Being an American, this man kidnapped and murdered many young women and girls, and even raped them.

Arrest and Execution

Ted Bundy was arrested in the year 1976 and was sentenced to 15 years in prison. Before his execution in 24th January, 1989, Ted Bundy confirmed to 30 homicides across the seven states, and after that, he was served the routine last meal that he refused.

Other Notorious Serial Killers

Of course, there are other notorious serial killers in the history that we can just list. According to Britannica, the most notorious serial killers in history include but not limited to the following:

  • Jack the Ripper
  • Jeffrey Dahmer
  • John Wayne Gacy
  • H.H Holmes
  • Pedro Lopez
  • Harold Shipman

At least you have got something to know who Ted Bundy was. A criminal that never saw mercy on the life of people, especially young women and girls.