Archive for June, 2012

June 29, 2012

Ted Bundy, my serial killer “confession”


June 26, 2012

ted bundy – on killing

“I do have strong feelings, humane feelings, about society’s alleged right to take another human being’s life. There’s probably no other behavior that society condemns more vigorously than killing.. society condones a lot of killing, in a massive scale in war, in abortion, and things like that. Even the slaughter of animals for its own food, but I guess I’m saying that if a given society or community has a reverence for life, it cannot be selective in how it applies that reverence. It cannot have reverence for the two-year-old, but kill the fetus. It cannot have reverence for the victim’s life and kill the murderer. It’s inconsistent. So if the life of the victim is worthwhile, then the life of the killer is sacred as well. If society chooses not to observe this type of consistency; it chooses to kill the fetus and preserve the infant and kill the murderer in retribution for the victim, then it must accept the consequences for the violence that it self-generates.”

June 15, 2012

ted bundy – on victims

“Oddly enough, this person in normal situations would place a high value on life. And on the goal that people should be free from suffering and so on. But he would not allow himself to feel those emotions for the victim.”

June 10, 2012

Serial Killers (1994)

This documentary sucks. The narration is monotone and annoying as hell. It’s as if someone is reading from a paperback encyclopedia of serial killers. I fast forwarded to the Ted Bundy segment.