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"karen campbell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Some of the holdouts are encouraging all eligible Oregonians to get vaccinated. For the chance to win money and education scholarships, including a million dollar lottery for vaccinated Oregonians as a manhunt continues in southern California for a person who shot and killed a six year old in a car seat during a road rage incident. Cars are also being targeted, thereby BB shooters shootings reported on Thursday alone, no shooting resulting in serious injury, But Karen Campbell says her Ford Flex was hit along the 91 Freeway last Tuesday. She says she's making major changes to her daily routine until a suspect This caught. I am definitely, you know, second guessing whether or not we should do extra curricular activities. If we don't need to be driving, then we're not driving. Investigators say they don't know there's just one suspect or copycats involved. This is a top priority for Highway patrol, and they are asking for the public's help, maybe sees a rain Shaw. Egyptian mediators holding talks to firm up a cease fire between Israel and Hamas as Palestinians and the Hamas ruled Gaza Strip start assessing the damage from 11 days of intense Israeli bombardment and initial Assessment showing at least 2000 housing units destroyed out of the first named storm of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season, which really hasn't even begun. Yet. It's a sub tropical storm forming northeast of Bermuda. Not much of a threat to land you're listening to ABC News. It's all about. If you've got a personal auto insurance question, you could talk to a cab driver, although the policies he recommends might include avoiding the interstate, beating traffic by taking the back roads and on Lee, making left turns when absolutely necessary. Or you could talk to your local Geico agent whose policy is to use their expertise to navigate your insurance, finding.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm Dave Packard. It's possible the U. S. Could approach the end of the Corona virus pandemic as we know it in the next month or so that from Dr Anthony Fauci today, telling us it'll happen after at least 70% of adults have had at least one vaccine dose when we do get to that point. The overwhelming proportion of the population vaccinated. You're going to see an even greater declined to the point where the case is on a daily basis or not of any concern, and we could really start getting back to the normality that we all crave. Many still has a tent and that's slowing the vaccination rate. Oregon Governor Kate Brown, hoping this will nudge some of the holdouts are encouraging all eligible Oregonians to get vaccinated. For the chance to win money and education scholarships, including a million dollar lottery for vaccinated Oregonians as a manhunt continues in southern California for a person who shot and killed a six year old in a car seat during a road rage incident. Cars are also being targeted, thereby BB shooters shootings reported on Thursday alone, no shooting resulting in serious injury, But Karen Campbell says her Ford Flex was hit along the 91 Freeway last Tuesday. She says she's making major changes to her daily routine until a suspect This caught. I am definitely, you know, second guessing whether or not we should do extra curricular activities. If we don't need to be driving, then we're not driving. Investigators say they don't know there's just one suspect or copycats involved. This is a top priority for Highway patrol, and they are asking for the public's help, maybe sees a rain Shaw. Egyptian mediators holding talks to firm up A cease fire between Israel and Hamas, as Palestinians in the Hamas ruled Gaza Strip start assessing the damage from 11 days of intense Israeli bombardment and the mission. Assessment showing at least 2000 housing units destroyed out of the first named storm of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season, which really hasn't even begun. Yet. It's a sub tropical storm forming northeast of Bermuda. Not much of a threat to land you're listening to ABC News. Now, Here's what's happening around the state.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:56 min | 4 months ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on KGO 810

"From ABC News. The overwhelming proportion of the population vaccinated. You're going to see an even greater declined to the point where the case is on a daily basis or not of any concern, and we could really start getting back to the normality that we all crave. Many still has a tent and that's slowing the vaccination rate. Oregon Governor Kate Brown hoping this For the chance to win money and education scholarships, including a million dollar lottery for vaccinated Oregonians as a manhunt continues in southern California for a person who shot and killed a six year old in a car seat during a road rage incident. Cars are also being targeted, thereby BB shooters shootings reported on Thursday alone, no shooting resulting in serious injury, But Karen Campbell says her Ford Flex was hit along the 91 Freeway last Tuesday. She says she's making major changes to her daily routine until a suspect This caught. I am definitely, you know, second guessing whether or not we should do extra curricular activities. If we don't need to be driving, then we're not driving. Investigators say they don't know. Assessment showing at least 2000 housing units destroyed out of the first named storm of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season, which really hasn't even begun. Yet. It's a sub tropical storm forming northeast of Bermuda, not much of a threat to land..

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"karen campbell" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:20 min | 5 months ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Is it? Six. Good morning, everyone. I'm John Mathews, Prince William and Fairfax County's have both laid out plans for a full five day a week returned to classes this fall. With the vast majority of students expected to take part. Both counties will offer a virtual learning option in Prince William. Their will, For the most part, be virtual on Lee class is separate from the in school learning teachers who have to try and teach both simultaneously will receive extra compensation in Fairfax families must apply for virtual learning and have medical document. Nation to back up their requests. Those applications are due by May. 21st, Fairfax County's new police chief, has been on the job for three days, but he's already under the gun look forward to working with diverse communities. We first have to establish legitimacy to earn trust That's Fairfax County police chief Kevin Davis when he was hired two weeks ago. But now the Fairfax County and double a steep president Karen Campbell in says reported incidents of brutality were not disclosed. They were up nonsense. Closure agreements that were sign which I don't believe the lungs in a public setting, Chief Davis said. To address community questions. Tonight is the end of Lacey P calls for his ouster. Barbara Break W M a. L and w m a l dot com D C police officer who was injured battling rioters who stormed the capital January, 6th has written a letter to Congress and the city officials seeking more recognition for those on the front lines. Michael for known who was beaten, had his own stun gun used against him and who suffered a mild heart. Attacked that day wrote quote. The indifference shown to my colleagues and I is disgraceful, he told CNN last week. Elected officials kind of whitewash the events of that day or Downplay what happened. It is some of the terminology that was used like hugs and kisses. And you know very fine. People is like very different from what I experienced, Pinon says. As his physical injuries have subsided, his psychological trauma has grown worse. Virginia Commonwealth University officials are set to recommend the permanent removal of her fraternity linked to the death back in February of a 19 year old freshman from Loudon County. After he attended one of the fraternities parties, the family of Adam Oaks say he Was given a large bottle of whiskey by fraternity members and told to drink it, which he did. His body was found the next morning. The Delta Chi fraternity has been.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"Of all instead Ted left Washington to kill again. By this point Ted had been murdering for almost exactly one year. In that time he established a sort of pattern or cycle. He would kill in a frenzy for months consumed entirely by his bloodlust, then he would suddenly stop for a time as if the urge had simply passed. That January, when he returned to Washington and saw Liz Ted was in this dormant period, charming and collected, it was kind of calm before the storm of his next murderous rampage Dr Frederick. worthen them defines these stages of criminal action as a catatonic crisis worth embrace down the concept into a series of steps, these include an emotional buildup that precipitates into the crime, a calmness after the crime that allows the. The person to behave normally and finally a resolution, a stage in which the individual self regulates adjusting so that the act won't be repeated, however, according to criminologist Donald J sears, serial killers never reached this final stage of resolution. Instead they'll be caught in a perpetual cycle of build up and release as this pattern continues, sears explains that each crime will only become more violent and more frequent than the last. And for Ted, there was no doubt that he'd been consumed by this bloody back loop. For a year Ted at held onto a small semblance of normalcy, his dream of becoming a lawyer, but by January of nineteen seventy-five, it seemed as if Ted had given that up to succumbing to his bloodlust. When he left Liz. SEATTLE HE DIDN'T GO BACK TO UTAH. To continue. Was Law laundry instead? He went to Colorado with only one goal in mind to rape and slaughter as many women as he could. On January twelfth, Nineteen seventy, five, twenty eight year old. Ted made his way to the ski town of Snowmass Village Colorado where he abducted twenty-three-year-old Karen Campbell from the wildwood in. Karen was at the INN while on a ski vacation with her fiance that evening the couple was relaxing by the fire in the lobby. When she left to grab a magazine from their room, she stepped into the hotel elevator and was never seen again. Thirty six days later, her body was found naked and ravaged by animals in the surrounding mountains, and soon there were more. From January to July of Nineteen seventy-five Ted killed four more victims. The same epidemic of missing women that plagued the Pacific Northwest and Utah was now happening in Colorado. But before authorities could find lead, the murder stopped. Ted once again moved on. It's unclear. Why but Ted traveled back to Salt Lake City in early July. Perhaps it was to visit his second long distance, girlfriend, Sharon, our whatever the reason. His Return to Utah was his biggest misstep yet. August. Sixteenth, one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, five at two am. Ted was pulled over by police and his car was searched. Inside they found a series of suspicious items. Rope an ice pick a crowbar handcuffs among others. But to the police officer, these weren't weapons of murder. They were burglary tools. Ted was arrested, but ultimately released without bail. It was only after he'd walked back into the night that the police noticed something chilling Ted match the description of a wanted suspect Carol garanges kidnapper. A few days later Ted was brought back to the station to participate in a lineup of suspects for Carol to identify in preparation. Ted entirely altered his appearance, shaving his moustache and changing his haircut, but nothing would make Carol forget the face of her would be killer. Those thin lips at straight pointed knows it was him. Ted was arrested and charged with Carol Ranch's abduction for months as he languished in jail, awaiting trial. Ted Wasn't identified for a single other crime. And so on February Twenty Third Nineteen Seventy six twenty nine year old Ted was tried for kidnapping and nothing more. At the trial Ted was anything, but defeated or remorseful. He felt exhilarated. He loved the intensity of the courtroom. He may not have finished law school, but he used his own case as a way to flex his legal know how ted wanted to be as involved as possible in his defense, he did extensive research and frequently consulted with his attorney. He started around the courtroom confident that he would win the fight. He was wrong on March first Ted was found guilty and sentenced to one to fifteen years in prison for the first time he'd have to suffer the consequences of his actions, and it wasn't long before his true crimes came back to haunt him. Eight months into a sentence Ted was charged with Karen Campbell's murder for months. Detectives in Colorado had been gathering circumstantial evidence that place Ted at the wildwood. In at the time, Karen went missing. When they learned, their prime suspect had already been imprisoned for kidnapping. They believed they had their man. Thirty year old Ted was extradited to Colorado. That Winter Ted lost his biggest supporters Liz clip for and Sharon. Our listen Sharon had stood by Ted side throughout the Carol durant trial completely unaware that he was seeing both of them. But with the murder charge, the two women reached their breaking points they both left him, and so with few supporters left, and.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"WLW the home of the Bearcats today it's a showdown for first place in the American as the Bearcats take on twenty fifth ranked Houston here to for teva center coach on behalf of bearcat fans we want to extend our condolences regarding the passing of your father yesterday he wasn't a coach but he raised two coaches were both highly successful what lessons did he teach you that apply to your chosen profession well you know you always made about people he was never about him he always made about others in the video he would always say of the cream rises to the top and if you put in the work in your dedicated you you put in every touch every day the cream rises itself and it's been a very emotional week this is help fell quickly begin the weekend thank goodness for our players and our coaching staff they provided tremendous support this weekend like I get the honor to coach with these guys work with these guys every day so to go from the situation I was in my family to walk on the court in the office with those guys the general supports in real support of Kirby all week and I'm very fortunate unfortunately you are missing one of those players today Jeremiah Davenport did not make the trip what can you share about his status re injured his knee one of you making this trip is kind of a win on Monday will no one know further prognosis after Monday's evaluation the doctor you haven't played since last Sunday and you gave the players a couple of days off early in the week did you notice a difference when the team returned to work I think so I'm used to this guy's banged up you know certain guys still can make it all the way through practice which is concerned but the same time I feel like they're fresher in the minds right and they were they were they were get after it so I did recognize a little bit of a difference but same time using it the same things we gonna come and compete to Karen Campbell injure thirteen files last Sunday including several hard fouls did you find yourself holding your breath every time he hit the deck hard until I mean he's a critic so hard he's so strong and so powerful that you know you know settle for part of the inventors known out of culture and was helpful and you know it's it's his game and it's it's it's what's main grace with twenty one of the elite players and you see history so I've learned to live with it it's entirely first in Houston today will come back and look at the Cougars.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

11:15 min | 1 year ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Go back to Utah to continuous law degree instead. He went to Colorado with only one goal in mind to rape and slaughter as many women as he could on January twelfth. Nineteen seventy five twenty eight year old. Ted made his way to the ski town of Snowmass Village. Colorado where he abducted twenty-three-year-old Karen Campbell. From the wildwood in Karen was staying at the end while on a ski vacation with her fiance that evening. The couple was relaxing by the fire in the lobby when she left to grab a magazine from their room she stepped into the hotel elevator and was never seen again. Thirty six days later her body was found naked and ravaged by animals in the surrounding mountains and soon there were more from January to July of nineteen seventy five. Ted Killed Four more victims the same epidemic of missing women that plagued the Pacific Northwest and Utah was now happening in Colorado but before Thornton could lead. The murder stopped. Ted once again moved on. It's unclear why but Ted traveled back to Salt Lake City in early July. Perhaps it was to visit his second long distance girlfriend Sharon our whatever the reason his returned to. Utah was his biggest misstep yet on August sixteenth. Nineteen seventy five at two. Am Ted was pulled over by police and his car was searched inside. They found a series of suspicious items rope. An ice pick a crowbar and handcuffs among others but to the police officer. These weren't weapons of murder. They were burglary tools. Ted was arrested but ultimately released without bail. It was only after he'd walked back into the night that the police noticed something. Chilling Ted matched. The description of a wanted suspect Carol Tarantulas kidnapper. A few days later Ted was brought back to the station to participate in a lineup of suspects for Carol to identify in preparation Ted entirely altered his appearance shaving his moustache and changing his haircut but nothing would Carol Forget. The face of her would be killer. Those thin lips at straight pointed knows it was him. Ted was arrested and charged with Carol. Garages abduction for months as he languished in jail awaiting trial. Ted Wasn't identified for a single other crime and so on February twenty third. Nineteen seventy six twenty nine year old. Ted was tried for kidnapping and nothing more at the trial. Ted was anything but defeated or remorseful. He felt exhilarated. He loved the intensity of the courtroom. He may not have finished law school but he used his own case as a way to flex his legal know how ted wanted to be as involved as possible in his defense. He did extensive research and frequently consulted with his attorney. He strutted around the courtroom confident that he would win the fight. He was wrong on March. First Ted was found guilty and sentenced to one to fifteen years in prison. For the first time he'd have to suffer the consequences of his actions and it wasn't long before his true crimes came back to haunt him eight months into a sentence. Ted was charged with Karen Campbell's murder for months detectives in Colorado had been gathering circumstantial. Evidence that place Ted at the wildwood. In at the time Karen went missing when they learned their prime suspect had already been imprisoned for kidnapping. They believed they had their man thirty year. Old Ted was extradited to Colorado that winter? Ted lost his biggest supporters Liz clip for and Sharon. Our listen Sharon had stood by Ted side throughout the Carol. Durant trial completely unaware that he was seeing both of them but with the murder charge. The two women reached their breaking points. They both left him and so with few supporters. Left and with the looming. Possibility of a death sentence. Ted took matters into his own hands on July seventh. Nineteen seventy seven. Ted attended a pretrial hearing in Aspen. Colorado that would determine whether or not he would face the death penalty that morning during a court recess. Ted asked to use the courthouses low library. This was not an unusual request. Just like he had with the Carol durant trial. Ted was adamant about researching his own defense. And so the deputies allowed Ted access alone and unshackled as the deputies waited in the hallway outside Ted. Open the libraries second story window and jumped. As soon as he hit the ground he felt. Us hearing pain. Shoot up his leg. The impact tore ligaments in his ankle. But Ted didn't stop. He scrambled to his feet and sprinted toward the surrounding mountains. By the time deputies realized he was gone he'd already disappeared into the Colorado wilderness. Ted's escape was no impulsive decision. For weeks he'd been planning his escape and he'd worn multiple layers of clothing for the occasion. He was going to need all the warmth he could get to survive freezing nights at elevated altitudes Ted was determined to go as high and as far as he could. Ted Remembered psyching himself up as he made his way into the mountains. He later told journalists. I was saying to myself again and again you must go. You must go. Don't hesitate. Don't stop. Don't stop Ted had good reason to keep running because very soon an army of Colorado ones rallied together to hunt him down. Authorities orchestrated a sweeping manhunt locals from the area even showed up to volunteer on horseback armed with rifles. Everyone it seemed wanted to track Ted Bundy down. Police set up checkpoints on the only two roads out of Aspen. Hoping they'd catch the killer as he tried to flee town but not a single vehicle contained the runaway murderer. That was because Ted left his first night on the Lam he broke into an empty hunting cabin only partway up the mountain. He spent every night after outside in the freezing woods trekking the wilderness with his injured ankle. Just steps ahead of team of search dogs but eventually a brutal rainstorm forced Ted from his hiding place in the mountains exhausted starving and nearly twenty five pounds lighter. He made his way to a small town below. Got A meal and stole a car. It was time to get out of dodge. But Ted's Road to freedom was short on July thirteenth nineteen seventy seven at two. Am Police stopped a car driving erratically and the highway inside a haggard looking man with wild eyes squinted into the beam? Of the officers flashlight. Finally they found Ted. Bundy was on the run for nearly a week before he was apprehended. When he returned to prison he flashed his signature grin for the cameras and reporters crowded around him. He cracked jokes downplaying his escape. He told them honest to God. I just got sick and tired of being locked up for the next five. And a half months Ted languished in prison awaiting his murder trial but he had no intention of setting foot in court with a twenty five pound headstart after his escape. He continued to starve himself until he was thin enough to fit through an opening in the ceiling of his cell where light fixture hadn't yet been installed in the early hours of December thirty first. Nineteen seventy seven. Ted made his move at less than one hundred forty pounds. He lifted himself through the hole in his ceiling and army crawled through the air shafts into the guards apartment located above his cell from bear. He dropped into the room and stole a set of clothes then. He walked out the front door. Ted Bundy America's most prolific serial killer escaped for the second time and slipped into the winter. Night Ted Bundy goes on a bloody road trip across America and captures the fascination of the entire country. Now back to the story from nineteen seventy four to nineteen seventy five ted bundy murdered at least seventeen women moving his killing spree from the Pacific Northwest to Utah then Colorado but when an unrelated arrest led to his first murder charge. Ted realized his time was fleeting in the months following his extradition to Colorado. He made not one but two escapes and on New Year's Eve of nineteen seventy seven thirty one year old. Ted broke out of prison and disappeared into the night that morning using money donated for his. Defense Fund Ted Securities exit out of Colorado. He hopped on a bus to the Denver airport and then took a plane to Chicago from there. He wrote a train to Ann Arbor Michigan but at the time Ted's priority wasn't hiding out. It was college football on January. Second Ted cheered on his Alma Mater University of Washington as they defeated the University of Michigan in the Rose Bowl then that night without a single sent to his name he slept in the sanctuary of a local methodist church. The next morning he stole a car Ted decided he needed to be as far away from the North West as possible so he set his sights on the opposite corner the country. He went to Florida. Ted.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Three getting closer to that midnight hour but I wanNA play a song now by another local artist getting Karen Campbell East East Coast solve those two thousand years ago glad changed Lebron's will know and although to go what's happening to four of these Anjana see realize it is just buying say down sounds just sanzar house things have changed scales ways to stay realized areas just by without data.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

09:24 min | 2 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"All out of love by air supply was released to the world and played today because I heard it in toilets at the Odeon cinema but don't worry I was seeing a great film. It's cold on the basis of sex. I've been wanting to see it search a long time and it was a follows the powerful and timely true story of the U._S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who led the fight against gender discrimination. If you haven't got to say I can't even explain how good it is to you and how important is as you can see the amazing what this woman is. It tells the story basically of her her fight for her very first fight against gender discrimination basically make make gender discrimination thing that is how far back we're going in this fight and it doesn't even get to cover everything else that she's done in her career. Since right to the point of now still sitting on the Supreme Court benches and very much disagreeing with a lot of Donald Trump's current progress as president will say but yeah it's. It's an incredible film. I <hes> jewel's gun. Check it out as I do the other film which I saw earlier this week it was Friday the day that it came out and it's now gone onto be the number one film in the U._K.. At right now fighting sing with my family produced by Dwayne the Rock Johnson and written by Steven mentioned also directed by him as well which I didn't realize until the credits fell a wonderful film it heartwarming <music> homing. It's it's heart warming. It's hilarious and it's just got that great blend of the two and the the really great thing about it. I'm most edgy wall is that you don't have to be professional professional wrestling fan to enjoy this film it follows the story of a family in Norwich which isn't quite that far from where we're sitting now here in Lincoln and the pastry as as a professional wrestling family the idea that the adults got into the W._W._e.. Over in America moved over there and was aiming to become the big star her brother was left behind and basically stayed in train these wonderful wrestlers <hes> one of them was blind. Now I would go into too much of it but he trained a blind wrestler who is now a full time professional wrestler and he's blind that is a an incredible fee on its own and one thing that I am going to check out this week because I've realized that I've never actually watched it. I've heard about it so much but the fighting with my family documentary which it is based off was followed the family all around Norwich for a few months yes I. I'm definitely GONNA check that out on the awful website over the weekend over the rest of this week. Should I say and I urge you to go and check out the movie as well fighting with my family is out now at some while I was gonna say cinemas across Lincoln but the Odeon Cinema. It's the only one we've got the does like fulltime movies anyway. Let's carry on with the show still a few more songs to go <hes> including this next one. This is freya writings. We've lost without you still loves you. <music> <music> you see <music> <music> <music> <music> serves <music> ooh AH <music> <music> snow <music> who <music> Siren Radio seven point three why getting closer to that midnight hour but I want to play a song now by another local artist getting Karen Campbell East Coast solve those two thousand years ago Vlad Changed Lebron's will know hello to go. Let's avidly though to Anjana see realize it is just by without said Ben Roger Just Sanzar House things have changed scales ways to stay realized by now the.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on 20/20

"It's happened. Exactly. Once in my career that was Mr. Bundy he had gone to law school. This wasn't so far fetched for him to be in a courtroom. And so instead of being the guy in the orange jump. Suit who looked like that crazy serial killer suspect, he was the lawyer guy lawyer representing self has a fool for a client. And I want to caution you about that. But I'm not going to deny you that. Right. It's the ideal stage for Ted Bundy p self-assured he thinks he can manipulate and convince a jury through his charm and good looks that he couldn't have possibly committed these crimes. Every day during the trial courtroom was filled some reporters, but mostly spectators, a number of them were young women. Who are I think just drawn to the allure of seeing this guy on trial. Carol Boone was one of the constant personalities. Carol Boone actually met on the back in his Washington state days. So she knew him before any of these things happen. She was his advocate. She called him bunny. She was affected towards him literally sort of pulls her into his web convinces her. He's not guilty. Your conclusion is what that he did not commit the murders in Washington state that he did not abduct Carol ranch that he did not murder or of duct any of the other women in Utah that he did not kill Karen Campbell that he did not commit the crimes kind of mega in Lake City or on Dunwoody street, Tallahassee was a true believer. And she wanted everybody else to have. The same conviction that he was not guilty person. I called the Ray crew the Floresta university police department to kind of set the scene of what he saw whenever he got to the cow mega house up until then Mr. Bundy had led his lawyers cross examined the other witnesses. And for some reason Mr. bunion decided that he wanted to crossing salmon officer crew. Bunnies. Cross examination in my mind was the determining factor in the case. He asked him to describe indie tale this horrific crime scene. Describe what you saw. As much detail. Call. She was live basically faced down. There was considerable amount of love around her head mad at her hair on the walls. And there was a palpable reaction in the courtroom and amongst jury when he did that. What? Docking netted around her neck as I was describing her injuries in the blood his grip on the lectern tightened up. His breathing became shallow, and sped up and his eyes actually got a little bit larger. I had the distinct impression that he was precariously reliving it and enjoy it was so chilling. It was sickening. As the trial went into its final week Bundy claimed he didn't know how he got caught up in the web of crimes the week began with the prosecution introducing evidence to prove that Ted Bundy was the man seen by an eyewitness leaving the scene of the crime. That Ted bundy's hair matched hairs found in a penny. Hose mask that a bite. Mark left on one of the victims could have been made only by Ted Bundy. Evidence was both new and unorthodox and compelling in the trial. Defendant was cool and collected throughout most of the trial minutes before the verdict was returned Bundy told ABC news and a telephone interview that he was prepared for the worst. Verdicts. State of Florida versus. Defendant the door Monday as to council the indictment murder in the first degree of one Margaret Bowman guilty as charged. Ted's ultimately, convicted, basically all the charges. The jury recommends he gets death. The judging gives death was further ordered that on such scheduled that you'd be put today. After the Kyle mega trial ended. And he was convicted in those murders. He was then facing a new trial. The second trial was over the kidnapping and murder Kimberly Leach, which occurred in Lake City, Florida. It was a very compelling circumstantial evidence case, and in my opinion, much stronger than the case in Miami..

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"karen campbell" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on Nightline

"Ted Bundy, a Washington state resident was convicted last year of the kidnap assault of a young woman from Salt Lake City after bundy's convicted of the kidnapping in peril Doron. Detectives have found evidence linking him to the murder of Karen Campbell on January twelfth nineteen seventy-five Karen Campbell disappeared from the wild would end. Here's in his Volkswagen bug of victims from Colorado and Utah, and that gave them enough evidence to file on him in Colorado who was the first degree murder and kidnapping charge. They transferred him they took into the jail and Asman. At that point Ted Bundy had become pretty big news. I called the sheriff. I asked him if I speak with Ted Bundy. We sat in this narrow sell to the interview you are not guilty. Not guilty. Does that include the time? I still comic book when I was five years old. I'm not guilty terrorists which have been filing in such a pleasant full calm demeanor. I wasn't at all convinced. He was guilty. He's the most pleasant killer Burr interviewed no man is truly innocent. I mean, we all transgressed in some way in our live. I've been impolite and there things event having done in my life. But nothing like the things I think that jury for two creeps kind of grew on me when he talked about feeling for the family. I've been told. That, you know, the parents of these these girls are fairly decent people. I don't know. And I really feel for that. Because apparently they suffered some credible tragedy in their lives. You could tell he was just mouthing the words they didn't really sink into feels much for anybody. Can I ask him to physician made him angry? And they said, yes, I don't like being locked up for something. I didn't do like my liberty taken away. And I don't like being treated like an animal, and I like like people walking around at awfully me like in some sort of we've go because you think about getting out of here. Well, legal issue. About a month. Law school becomes we're he was assisting in his own defense. He had a right to go use the library. This isn't bold or courthouse allow library was up on the top floor. Judge decreed that he didn't have to wear shackles handcuffs. So he walked about the courtroom and back into the law library as the Freeman. The number of opportunities to just walk right out. It's a great deal about escape. And I didn't know if I had the guts to do it cry finally. Picture of him coming into the building at morning, then he's got a really concentrated look on his face. He addressed with an extra layer or he had a sweater onto the one on the outside. So he was planning to go that day. Dard went outside for the windows are open in the fresh air is blown through and the sky was blue and ready to go window and Joe tout. The god. I just got tired of me. He was gone about ten minutes before anyone realized that came out and shouted Bundy escaped. Reporters. Ran to the courthouse in Aspen because this was such a big deal. Jumped out of this second story window at the front of the Pitkin county courthouse this morning. He was scheduled for a court appearance and apparently had been locked into the law library by sheriff's deputies at both ends of town. The sheriff's department put up roadblocks they were warning people. If you see this man, be sure and call the police when was seen. About ten thirty this morning. I'm going to jump from the window. Then he went up to the mountains and Aspen, and he broke into a cabin you stayed in the cabinet few days. Aspen to this car, which was unlocked and have keys and you've Nisshin he drives through downtown Aspen. Paddle. He was a terrible driver, by the way, and there was a patrol car, and they see this car weaving. This is late. It must be drunk. Well, he wasn't drunk. It was dead bonding back. He goes. Here. You can see him grinning when he's been captured. He always acted like he pulled one over on on. Everybody was moved to a facility in Glenwood. Specs thous- one of the staff photographers at the Seattle times. I was given a chance to photograph is fellow named Ted. She had shackles and I can lay on the floor and photograph all kinds of different ways. P wanted to be seen. Hi, I'm Ted Bundy. Captured but in his own mind, I'm not going to be here for long. South. There was a great in the ceiling that was not secured. There was a light fixture that was due to being welded. It had not been welded. When I visited him and Glenwood noticed that he had lost a lot of weight loss twenty twenty five pounds. I would think this would have come to the attention of jailers. Perhaps why is he doing this? Bunch of his law books and assembled them more with some pillows to make it look as if there were body in the bed Bundy had succeeded in carving a big enough opening in the ceiling of his cell. He lost so much weight that he was able to wriggle through through the ducting just like in the movie. Came down into the closet and jailer's apartment wasn't there. And he put on civilian clothes astounding stuff, and he gets out into the night and these free again.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on 20/20

"Everybody knew it was there, man. It was just a case of proving. But. He's planning the scape. Anybody else that done bad things? The question is. Here does I mean years after this? We're still talking about the person they invented the terms through killer for. He referred to the women in his folks again as cargo as advocates. You don't think killer of women is going to be a good looking articulate lost in the ladies loved. He was entertaining funny. There were clues. Now, the guy named Ted w a composite sketch that was an intruder and the column latest Rory house. He had with him some sort of club. Sleep in my room, and yet evil opened the door and attack me, but I was dealing with a beast Damon. Ted Bundy, a Washington state resident was convicted last year of the kidnap assault of a young woman from Salt Lake City after bundy's convicted of the kidnapping imperilled Doron. Detectives have found evidence linking into the murder of Karen Campbell on January twelfth nineteen seventy-five Karen Campbell disappeared from the wild would end. Here's in his Volkswagen bug of victims from Colorado in Utah. And that gave them enough evidence to file on him in Colorado who was a first degree murder and kidnapping charge. They transferred him they took into the jail and Asman. At that point Ted Bundy had become pretty big news. I called the sheriff. I asked him if I speak with Ted Bundy. We sat in this narrow sell to the interview you are not guilty. Not guilty. Does that include the time? I still comic book when I was five years old. I'm not guilty terrorists which have been filing into such a pleasant full calm demeanor. I wasn't at all convinced. He was guilty. He's the most pleasant killer Burr interviewed no man is truly innocent. I mean, we all transgressed in some way in our lives. I've been impolite and their things event having done in my life. But nothing like the things I think that jury for two creeps kind of grew on me when he talked about feeling for the family. I've been told. That, you know, the parents of these these girls are fairly decent people. I don't know. And I really feel for that. Because apparently they suffered some credible tragedy in their lives. You could tell he was just mouthing the words they didn't really sink into him feels much for anybody. Can I ask him to physician made him angry? And he said, yes, I don't like being locked up for something. I didn't do like my liberty taken away. And I don't like being treated like an animal, and I like like people walking around at awfully me like in some sort of weirdo because you think about getting out of here. Well, legally, sure. Graduating about a month. Law school becomes we're he was assisting in his own defense. He had a right to go use the library. This is involved or courthouse allow library was up on the top floor. Judge decreed that he didn't have to wear shackles handcuffs. So he walked about the courtroom and back into the law library is the Freeman. The number of opportunities to just walk right out. It's a great deal about escape. And I didn't know if I had the guts to do it cry frankly. Picture of him coming into the building that morning, then he's got a really concentrated look on his face. He addressed with an extra layer or he had a sweater onto the one on the outside. So he was planning to go that day. Dard went outside for the windows are open in the fresh air blood through the sky was blue. And I ready to go to war with window. Joe tout. Honest to God. I just got tired of me. He was gone about ten minutes before anyone realized that came out and shouted Bundy escaped. Reporters. Ran to the courthouse in Aspen because this was such a big deal..

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"karen campbell" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on Nightline

"Bundy ran to the Mormon church is kind of refuge kind of thing. That was his angle at that point. They didn't know it was a bad guy. So they took him. They meant them joined the church baptize tat after we discussed the Turks with him and he made commitments. So we immediately started inviting our social events parties dinners, and he was a gourmet cook. And he cooked dinner for about seven of us fabulous cook. And we chatted and had fun and played games. It's actually not uncommon for sue killers to have quote unquote, a normal life whether violently killing people shortly after seven o'clock on the evening of November the eighth nineteen seventy-four Carol Dhiraj park Takhar, and this parking lot at the fashion mall shortly after began what she now calls her personal nightmare. What makes the Carol the raunch objection so pivotal is that she's the only one who ever got away from. Money. She was approached by man near Roldan's bookstore. This man identified himself as officer Rosalyn. And he said, do you drove a Camaro? She said, yes. So we'll my partners holding the suspect this individual tried to get into the car. Just starting to fill a little uneasy night thought I could smell alcohol, and that's when he just promptly pulled out. His wallet showed me a bad, but we walked across the street to a laundry mad, and there was a side door marked one thirty nine. And he said that was a substation any wouldn't drive and he said the doors locked he said, they would have to go down to the main Murray police department to sign a complaint drama Volkswagon, which I thought well bass kind of odd, but maybe undercover and I got in he had a downside straight. And then he suddenly pulled over a on the side of a curve by an elementary school. And that's when I just start freaking out. What are we doing accordia talks? She knows she's in the fight for her life, and he grabbed my arm, and he got one hand of on one rest, and he didn't get the other one on and the one was. Dangling. I had never been so frightened in my tire life. She jumped out of the car. The man jumped out waving what looked like a crowbar. She broke loose ran to the street flagged down a passing car and an elderly couple roved raunch to the Murray police station, the search for her doctor began, and so this is the first time we have an eyewitness of somebody who survives Bundy attack. Sometimes the the urges become such a compulsion that they can't control themselves. And that's when they make mistakes, his compulsion. That day was so high he had to kill somebody the first one didn't work out. He's now frustrated and so he goes to find a second victim. We were having dinner and apartment, it was when the composite pitchers of a so-called Ted murder were coming out in Salt Lake City because a girl had been kidnapped and she had survived and Ted said, I know how someone could do this. You would kidnap the person in one county take her to a second county murder throw her clothing in a fourth county on her body or body parts somewhere else. I think Ted was a little proud of how how he was getting away with it and explained exactly how he was doing knowing that we wouldn't ever catch on at the same time while he's committee new murders in Utah. The cops in the state of Washington are finding bones, and those bones are ultimately going to come back to haunt him. The bodies of four more young women were found on Taylor. Mountain all of them had been strangled or bludgeoned by this brutal killer. The heat is building up on Ted then starts looking for a do killing field. Colorado. It's the winner of nineteen seventy five and Ted bundy's. Gotta find a place where there's not a lot of talk about missing women and where he can blend in. So he heads up the mountains to Colorado. He was very familiar with ski resorts in Colorado already understood that those places are populated by basically strangers, and he was fit in quite well, he ends up in Aspen. On January twelfth nineteen seventy-five Karen Campbell disappeared from the wild would end. The end up at the Wildwood. Karen Campbell was a nurse from Michigan. She had come to the well with that just like David four Karen Campbell sat with her fiance. Dr Raymond Gutowski in front of a fire in the lobby of the Wildwood end. They had just finished dinner miss Campbell wanted a magazine from her room about eight o'clock in the evening. She caught the elevator to the lobby to the second floor. That was the last time. The Dow sqi saw her alive. There. Anyway. Gone thirty six days later, her nude body was found almost three miles away. True months later, he heads over to Vail and ends up killing twenty six year old ski instructor. Julie cunningham. He was just not gonna stop had more relationships with dead women by now than living women. There was all about the haunt. Bundy goes on this killing spree. It costs north west. And he kills three women a twenty four year old fifteen year old and a twelve year old. There was no pattern between Seattle and Utah and Colorado. There was no physical tide of them. There was nothing to loop altogether. In the summer of nineteen seventy-five, bundy's lock is changing. He was going from being the hunter to being the hunted. In Granger, Utah's a small suburb. It was like two o'clock in the morning. Cop is just getting off duty is name was Bob Hayward. And he saw this looks wagon parts in front of a house. You knew their two young women living there. Core. Kicked the burden. My lights on bright stepped on the gas. And he's it. Dale. Okay. Pixel big mistake. So there was a chase. He pulled a meal gas station stops stopped all my door. And he was out coming back towards me. I pull my magnum out to sit in the crotch of the door. Hold right there. Standstill. When Hayward comes up with the car. He sees that the seat is out. Electon that side. And this e was leeann in the backseat. Quarter space. You can stick a body. Says the seats broke out again fix. If I look through your car. In his car. He had what we would call burglary tools. The ski mask pantyhose with the is cut. He had a pair of handcuffs.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on 20/20

"Killing field. Colorado. It's the winner of nineteen seventy five and Ted bundy's. Gotta find a place where there's not a lot of talk about missing women and where he can blend in. So he heads up the mountains to Colorado. He was very familiar with ski resorts in Colorado already understood that those places are populated by basically strangers, and he was fit in quite well, he ends up in Aspen. On January twelfth nineteen seventy-five Karen Campbell disappeared from the wild would end. The end up at the Wildwood. Karen Campbell was a nurse from Michigan. She had come to the world with that just like David four Karen Campbell sat with her fiance. Dr Raymond Godot ski in front of a fire in the lobby of the Wildwood end, they had just finished dinner miss Campbell wanted a magazine from her room about eight o'clock in the evening. She caught the elevator to the lobby to the second floor. That was the last time. The Dow sqi saw her alive. These there. Anyway. She was gone. Thirty six days later, her nude body was found almost three miles away. True months later, he heads over to Vail and ends up killing twenty six year old ski instructor. Julie cunningham. He was just not gonna stop had more relationships with dead women by now than living women. There was all about the haunt. Bundy goes on this killing spree. It costs north west. And he kills three women a twenty four year old fifteen year old and a twelve year old. There was no pattern between Seattle and Utah and Colorado. There was no physical tide of them. There was nothing to loopless altogether. In the summer of nineteen seventy-five, bundy's lock is changing. He was going from being the hunter to being the hunted. In Grainger, Utah's a small suburb. It was like two o'clock in the morning. Compas just getting off duty is name was Bob Hayward. And he saw Volkswagen parts in front of our house. You knew their two young women living there. Neck core. Kicked the burden. My lights on bright stepped on the gas. And he's it. Dale, okay. All big mistake. So there was a chase. He pulled a meal gas station stops stopped all my door. And he was out coming back towards me. I pull my magnum out to sit in the crotch the door unless his whole right there. Standstill. When Hayward comes up with the car. He sees that the seat is out. Electon that side. This e was leeann in the backseat. Quarter space. You can stick a body. He says the seats broke out again. Thanks. If I look through your car. In his car. He had what we would call burglary tools. The ski mask pantyhose with the is cut out. He had a pair of handcuffs..

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"karen campbell" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on Kickass News

"I mean, the the most notorious example of courses caroll-ann Boone a worker of his from earlier days in Washington state during the Miami trial. She came down to support him. They ended up falling in love he proposed marriage to her while during the mitigation phase of his death sentence during the Kimberly Leach trial, which was the second trial after the Cayo mega sorority trial and he proposed marriage because he became aware that you know, a declaration of marriage proposal in an open court in front of court. Officers crew. Created a legal marriage in the state of Florida. And you know, the prosecution dismissed it as charade designed to you know, you elicit sympathy like who's going to you know, how how can you sentence me to death on my marriage? They give me give me life without parole. Instead that was that, you know, how the prosecution and many people perceived it, and yet the public just kind of ate it up and caroll-ann said, yes and still believed in his innocence. And they actually you know had a child together while he was on death row. So it was it was an extraordinary set of circumstances. I was interested to learn that before he even began his killing spree. I think he worked at the Seattle crime commission. Do you think that gave him an insider knowledge of the weak spots in the system that he could explode to his advantage? Oh, absolutely. I mean, the fact that he had that kind of knowledge of you know, how police investigations worked as. Is one of the many ironies and interesting facts. I think Bundy is very much a product of his of of the era. You know, the the seventies was a time before many police investigation techniques had been created for example. There's a common perception that profiling F B I profiling is what captured Bundy, but it's just the opposite. The failure to capture Bundy after his conviction caused a lot of soul-searching at the FBI and led to the creation of their profiling program. And so Bundy was interviewed by the FBI after his conviction as a way to, you know, start creating this profiling program, you see a fictionalized version of it in in the Netflix series mindhunter. But this was you know, the local police. Departments. All of whom I think did as good job as possible. So this is not to criticize either the King County police in Seattle or the Colorado police because in Colorado, for example, Mike Fisher, the detective there was tenacious in trying to solve the murder of Karen Campbell. But police departments didn't routinely share information there were no central databases forensics as exists now was in a far weaker state. There was no DNA evidence. There weren't even fax machines, or you know, police are police departments communicated by teletype. There was no internet. So Bundy, you know, exploited the system and was able to elude capture for for far too long. In fact, to me, one of the most fascinating and horrifying things about the Bundy case, you know, in particular is that you know, he was apprehended three times he was apprehended in Utah..

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"karen campbell" Discussed on First Take

First Take

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on First Take

"It's the dust bunnies. Only natural Prentice on the long run along. Welcome back to Los Angeles, very exciting week of college football, ending with the Alabama feet down of LSU that had ordure on calling out his team it is a Wednesday. So you know, what that means time for our weekly visit from our friend the mouth of the south whole fine bomb. How we doing Paul man, I'm doing great. I need to go to an ENT Manhattan, though after that last segment, Molly paint here. It is out of control. He is on. Let me ask the question Paul finebaum. Molly Kerem since I want to say something. Karen campbell. My question is the question is the question. John would y'all y'all want me to sit back and mumble like my brother shat that which I want. Now, if you wanted to do that you want me to do that. For you're doing. No, no. Are you taking a shot Shaq? That's is. On TV. My talk. I could do that to my brother. I could lose. I listen to him. I usually don't listen to him all day half forty cents that what you're saying. I can mumble I could do that be mellow. I'm just saying. All right. All right. Strive let me ask you this. Michigan moves into the top four. I like low key support Michigan now. Full disclosure watch. A lot of Michigan games if they don't beat Ohio State. Does this even matter the success that they're having not really because it Michigan? That's what you're what you prime for. That's what you work all your four in. I think Molly by the way Sunday morning. I said something nice about Jim Harbaugh. Sportscenter man before the guy rolled out of bed. I got blown up on Twitter by Stephen Smith. My point being that there is more pressure on Jim Harbaugh today than there would have been if he was just going into this game with a mediocre season. Owen three maybe you're about to go and four because no one really has any faith in the buckeyes right now urban Meyer looks like a broken. I don't think he is. I don't think they are. But this is enormously important in Michigan loses the entire season, if they can't beat the buckeyes Paul or during calling out his team talking about we got overpowered and stuff like that considering it's Alabama, and they're going to do that to everyone. And like, what are you supposed to do? I read that as like an indictment of himself as a recruiter. We're you're right. I mean, like isn't that really the question with coach Ken, he recruit at the level? It's going to take. Well, that's fair point match because he built this entire season about beating Alabama. Now, remember he took over two years ago in the middle of the season. For last mile. But these are now mostly his players especially a quarterback. Joe borough was a graduate transfer from from Ohio State, and everyone thought he was going to be the salvation, and he was barely serviceable against Alabama. So yes, but it's not the first time a couple of weeks earlier. Jeremy Pruitt did the same thing. So we don't have the players a right right now. I don't think anyone in the SEC with a possible exception. And I don't even think they do of Georgia have the players right now to beat Alabama..

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"karen campbell" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"All because he would literally be under like hiding under the covers like a child evening the owning about what a fucking kripo looking at her body and should be like what is going on he was like oh you were sleeping in west her on the line wake you some just reading with a flashlight i'm going to kill him anyway so bunny was charged with aggravated kidnapping and attempted criminals saw in the durant case but he was freed on fifteen thousand dollar bail by his parents of even all lot 15000 i know crazy and the only pay ten percent so it 1500 yeah literally yikes seattle police had insufficient evidence to charge him in the murders but kept him under close surveillance on march 1st 1970s six he was found guilty of kidnapping and assault on june 30th he was sentenced to serve a minimum of one to a maximum of fifteen years in the utah state prison by in october he was found hiding in the bushes of the prison yard carrying an escape kit that included roadmaps airline schedules and a social security card by crime so after that he spent several weeks in solitary confinement in later that month colorado authorities charged him with karen campbell's murder on june 7th of 19th seven seven he was in court and he was serving as his own defense so he didn't have to wear handcuffs like he wasn't bound by thing i'm entering a recess he asked if he could visit the courthouse law library to research his case so he was in the library who is concealed behind a bookcase he opened a window jump from the secondstorey sprained his right ankle z landed but he shouted an outer layer of his clothes walked through the aspen roadblocks that were being set up and just hiked up into a mountain.

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