Ted Bundy Admitted To His Lawyer That He Killed A Young Boy In The Woods
"He told me he killed over a hundred people."
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Police in a small Pennsylvania town respond to an eyewitness report of a murder behind a grocery store and find that the victim is no stranger to law enforcement.
In Defense Of Bonus 104: A Master of Mimicry
John Henry Browne describes Ted Bundy’s unsettling tendency to absorb the characteristics of those around him.
In Defense Of Bonus 104: A Heroic Survivor
“If it wasn’t for the Carol DeRonch incident, Ted could still be out there today killing people.”
In Defense Of Bonus 104: Terror in Washington
In 1973 and 1974, over 9 college women went missing in the Pacific Northwest.
In Defense Of: Ted Bundy Makes a Confession
Ted Bundy confessed to John Henry Browne that he killed over 100 people.
Ted Bundy Lawyer Says He Was 'Saddened' By Death Penalty Sentencing
John Henry Browne, one of Bundy's lawyers, also claims that the media had an affect on the outcome of the trial.
Ted Bundy’s Attorney Recalls Being Hesitant To Take Case Because His Girlfriend Had Been Murdered
John Henry Browne, Ted Bundy's attorney, overcame hesitations as to whether he could adequately represent someone who was charged with similar offenses.
John Henry Browne on the Media’s Bundy Obsession
Ted Bundy’s lawyer recalls the media circus surrounding Ted Bundy’s trial, which he believes affected the outcome of the case.
Ted Bundy’s Attorney Speaks
John Henry Browne’s life changed forever when he agreed to represent one of the most prolific serial killers in American history.