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"liz club" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"After Linda's murder Ted was exhilarated at around this time. Liz Club for his long term girlfriend noticed a distinct challenging him. His mood shifted at the drop of a hat. One Minute he was in high spirits has charming as ever, and in the next is is went dark. Simple arguments escalated into threats and broken furniture. It was the first time had seen him skirt towards violence his. Habits changed as well though Liz and Ted reportedly had a tender love life up to that point, he became aggressive coercing her into anal sex, and insisting they experiment with bondage. But handcuffs in the bedroom with Liz wasn't enough to satisfy Ted. He continued prowling the streets of Seattle hunting for his next victim, and during the spring and summer of Nineteen, seventy four. He killed half a dozen young women in quick, succession. Sources vary on the time line of Ted Bundy's killing spree, but according to author and rules book the Stranger beside me. Ted's next victims were claimed in the following order in March Ted abducted nineteen year old Donna Manson from Evergreen State College in Olympia while she was on her way to a concert. Later. He confessed to decapitating her and. Her head in lists fireplace. Her remains were never found in April almost exactly a month later, Ted abducted eighteen year old Susan ran court from central Washington State College and Ellensburg as she was walking to a film screening. He murdered her and left her body on Taylor Mountain. Only a couple of weeks later on May Sixth Ted expanded hunting grounds. He murdered twenty year old Roberta Parks a student. At Oregon State University four our south of Seattle. Three weeks after he returned from Oregon Ted spent the evening with Liz and her family. Liz's relatives had gathered to celebrate her daughter's baptism the next morning everyone was in high spirits. Liz, who had been feeling troubled about Ted and his recent bizarre behavior filter worries ease as she watched him chat with a family member laughing and it's big infectious way. He was back to his usual charming self. Then suddenly, Liz watched as an expression changed, it was like witnessing a storm drift across a bright sky, suddenly his face went dark, and he excused himself from the table. Ted left early that night. Without a word of explanation the next morning. He was late his daughter's baptism. Liz's thoughts immediately flew to her greatest fear. Ted was cheating on her with another woman, but the truth was so much worse. After he'd excused himself from Louise's Family Gathering Ted raped and murdered twenty two year old, Brenda Ball. His fifth confirmed victim. After a night of butchery, he spent the next morning at a baptism. Ted Sudden departures soon became a common occurrence more than a few times Liz fell asleep next to ted only to wake up in the morning to find. He disappeared in the middle of the night, while Liz silently kept note of Ted's strange behavior. The authorities also identified a disturbing trend. Every month a new college age coeds seemed to disappear into thin air, and by that summer the Pacific northwest was gripped in terror, walking around college campuses began to feel like living horror film hitch-hiking, which was a popular way for young people to get around the time stopped almost entirely. Girls in Seattle were even advised to travel in groups and to avoid walking through alleys. Perhaps the most eerie detail of mysterious disappearances was the fact that each of missing women borough striking resemblance to one another almost every single victim was young, white, attractive, and had long dark hair parted domino. They looked like. Diane. The tendency to target victims who have a particular appearance or who resemble someone a killer knows isn't uncommon. These shared characteristics between victims are referred to as a victim profile and Ted. Bundy's was incredibly specific. We don't know if Ted's gravitation. Toward young women who looked like Diane was conscious. It's doubtful that his victims resemblance to his first love was a coincidence. However Ted later denied that he deliberately sought out a particular type of target. Instead he claimed that the only common denominator between his victims was that they were young and fairly attractive. But it's very likely that the strong pattern and Ted's victim profiles was born of his breakup with Diane according to Doctor Mary Ellen O'Toole a former FBI profiler specializing in psychopathy. A killers victim preference is often developed based on a combination of what victims are available, accessible and desirable at the time when a killer begins their murders, and for Ted Dabo gangs of Diane. Edwards were most likely the focus of his blood lost. In the winter of Nineteen, seventy, four, when ted I began killing, he was right on the heels of his second break up with Diane. It's very possible that at that time Ted had an insatiable urge to keep hurting her, even after unceremoniously cutting off the relationship, so he presumably would have been looking for a sort of surrogate for Diana on whom he could inflict pain. With that desire in place Ted looked around to see who was available and accessible, and for Ted, a law student, who lived very near the University of Washington campus, female college students were in high supply. Thus Ted's victim profile was born. and Ted's profile was more precise than most throughout his four-year killing streak. He rarely strayed from murdering his victims, who foul exactly in line with the characteristics he was looking for essentially. Ted had type. And a Seattle police took notice. But while they recognized the pattern of victims, police had no leads on the killer himself no suspects. All they could do watch helplessly. As women continue to disappear across the Pacific Northwest. Their only hope was that the next time the predators truck he'd make a misstep. Leave something behind or bought a murder attempt detectives knew that in order for a killer to become so careless they I had to grow comfortable and for Ted Bundy murder felt all to. Deal. By the summer of nineteen seventy four, TED's transformation into a serial killer was complete with each and every murder. His ego only grew, and his kills became more and more brazen. That July his arrogance finally outranked his own good judgment. Ted Abducted and murdered two women on the same day in broad daylight. July fourteenth, nineteen, seventy four was a beautiful Sunday afternoon at Lake Sammamish just east of Seattle. It was a busy day for the park. Nearly forty thousand people had come to enjoy. The lakes cool.
"liz club" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"Of twenty one year old Margaret Bowman. Inside Margaret was fast asleep. In the span of just minutes Ted had beaten and strangled her to death. Now Panting and spattered with blood, Ted could feel himself losing all control without hesitation. He's moved on to his next victim. Ted Entered the room of twenty year old Lisa Levy. She was strangled and clubbed to death, like Margaret, but tense attack Lisa was particularly vicious S. he assaulted her Ted bit. Lisa's POTTY TED had lost himself entirely his bloodlust. He sunk his teeth into her buttocks and tore away nipple on her right breast. Ted continued to make his way down the hall of the Sorority House attacking two more women there that night, twenty one year, old Karen Chandler and twenty year old Kathy Kleiner. Like Margaret and Lisa Karen and Kathy were unconscious during the attacks, but fortunately they survived just barely when emt's later arrived at the scene. They weren't sure if they were alive or dead as he watched, the girls beaten bodies, being loaded into ambulances, share of Ken Cassandra's wondered. What kind of monster could have committed a crime so heinous? But before he could ponder the answer, he heard a call over his radio. Another young woman had been brutally beaten only blocks away Ted had barely made it down the street before succumbing to his murderous urges again. Ted's brazen behaviour had reached new heights this time he'd left evidence behind. When CASSANDRA's raced to the scene, he found a mask made out of women's nylons and a semen stain in the woman's bedroom. Ted had gotten so absorbed in the thrill of the kill heat sabotaged himself. Criminologists commonly classified serial killers on a distinct dichotomy, organized and disorganized murderers for years. Ted's crimes had placed him neatly in the former. He was a textbook, organized killer, socially competent and high functioning. He always planned his murders in advance, sometimes elaborately, and took pride in his ability to leave without a trace, but over time Ted's classification dramatically shifted according to researchers Barney Warf and Cynthia Waddell the lines between organized and disorganized killers is commonly blurred when a murderer is left to murder over an extended period of time, warp and waddle explained that as a killers urges heighten their psychosis intensifies often changing their previously well established habits. And for Ted this transition happen quickly. When he entered the Cayo Mega House that night Ted wasn't organiz killer, but when he walked out, he'd seemingly devolved. Ted Subsequent kills only became more chaotic. He was no longer following. A PLAN PROPELLED ONLY BY LUST TED murdered multiple women in quick succession, and left their bodies at the crime scene. He was spiraling out of control soon propelled by the chaos of the Chi Omega Murderers Ted fled Tallahassee and headed southeast to the small town of Lake City Florida there he would deviate even further abandoning the one characteristic that had defined all his other murders, his victim profile. On February ninth. Nineteen Seventy, eight, ted spotted twelve year old Kimberly Leach crossing the basketball court of junior high school. The last anyone saw of Kim she was climbing into a white van, looking upset after murdering nearly three dozen White College age women with long dark hair. Ted had taken an entirely new type of victim. He murdered a young child. This signified an extreme turning point in Ted. He was no longer the slick deceptive killer with a crystal, clear intent as the stress of his life on the run intensified, and his inevitable fate in prison loomed larger. It didn't matter who he killed anymore. He simply needed to keep feeding the ravenous part of himself. That urged him to continue. Five days later on Valentine's Day an officer notice. Ted Driving under the speed limit in an orange VW bug. Following his instincts, the officer decided to pull the vehicle over instead ted panicked and sped off. A high speed chase ensued, and then a fight once the officer managed to Corner Ted. He lashed out even reaching for the policeman's gun. But the struggle was futile and Ted was arrested and searched officers found more than twenty one credit cards in his possession with a variety of names. They were all stolen, and was the car Ted refused to reveal his identity authorities were baffled and suspicious. Who was this mystery man? By the next day they had a hunch by tracing the VW plates. They discovered it had been stolen in Tallahassee near the Chi Omega Sorority House. Soon the Pensacola PD called up share of Ken Cassara Sotela Hassi and broke the news. They believe they had the co Ed killer in custody. For Days Ken, add his detectives question Ted, they brought him cigarettes to win him over, and eventually Ted agreed to reveal his identity on one condition. He wanted a phone call. He wanted to call Liz club for. He warned her that she'd soon see really ugly stories about him on the news. He was right. Once the media got a hold of the story. Ted's name was everywhere at the time he was already one of the ten most wanted men in the US. The Cayo mega murders only raised his profile. But the thing that truly sealed Ted Bundy and America's collective consciousness was perhaps not the details of his crimes, but his bizarre performance at his own murder trials. Following Ted's indictment, the Florida State Supreme Court made an unprecedented ruling due to the high level of public.
"liz club" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"Swiftly fell in love. The two spent much of their time together going on drives, they traveled across Washington state through dense forests, seeking beautiful views on the mountains Ted, later said they also spent hours Kissing Diane expensive car, whispering sweet nothings to one, another Diane was most likely the first person to truly get close to Ted. She saw potential in him. She was attracted to his confidence and charm, but she felt he could make something more of himself. Because she came from a wealthy influential family. Diane was looking to be someone who could one day provider with the lifestyle. She become accustomed to meaning Ted with his humble middleclass roots had everything to prove. Being with Diane men, becoming the kind of man she wanted him to be, and her expectations began to compound the pressures Ted already put on himself. It only inflamed his insecurity. When Diane graduated from College in Nineteen Sixty Eight. She returned home to California the anxiety Ted Harbert about whether or not he was good enough to stay with Diane began to devour him. They tried to make the long distance relationship work, but that's summer Diane's letters began to dwindle, and her calls became less frequent then she didn't write at all. Ted was devastated. Later he recounted very little about this time. Other than consuming emptiness, he said in there somewhere was a desire to have some sort of revenge on Diane. Would toward the end of that summer I'm serious. I! Just it's blank. I don't know what the Hell I did in that blind spot was ted's dark descent. His slow metamorphosis into the killer. He was fated to become. And when he finally arrived, there would be no turning back. When we return Ted Bundy's composure begins to crumble revealing the murderer underneath the facade now back to the story. In Nineteen Sixty eight twenty one year old Ted, Bundy found himself utterly alone his life in a tailspin. It seemed that he'd been faded to live masquerading as something. He was not no matter how he changed himself, or how desperately he wanted it, he would never be the powerful debonair man. He imagined his efforts at self improvement had led to his first girlfriend Diane Edwards, but eventually she had seen him for what he truly was, and then she'd abandoned him. It was perhaps the most painful thing he'd ever experienced. The end of Ted's relationship with Diane was the first Domino to fall in his twisted metamorphosis, the next his failed plans for the future. That year, Ted dropped out of college records of what he did. During the end of nineteen, Sixty, eight and nineteen, sixty-nine are unclear, but some accounts report that it was during this time. He learned the truth about his identity about his birth. We don't know if Louise ever intended to tell Ted the truth that she was his mother, and not his older sister, but regardless of her intentions Ted beat her to the punch. He found a copy of his birth certificate with Louise's name listed as his biological mother, and the word illegitimate listed near his own. Before that summer. Ted knew who he was. He was the son of Salmon Eleanor cowl. He was a student at the University of Washington and he was Diane Edwards Boyfriend then over a period of just one year, each of those truths crumbled. He had a true crisis of identity, according to psychiatrist and Harvard Researcher Judith Herman Trauma Dismantles the systems that help. Help support us whether they be social, cultural or economic. When traumatic events destroy these protections, we are disempowered. Therefore, the process of trauma rehabilitation requires us to rebuild these systems to restore control over our own lives for Ted Bundy. His trauma recovery fueled his second transformation, and he was hell bent to take back. The power he felt had been taken from him. In Nineteen, sixty nine at twenty two years old, he seemingly became determined to pull himself up by his bootstraps that fall. He re enrolled at the University of Washington and met another woman Elizabeth Clip, for Elizabeth or Liz had long brown hair. She was a plane spoken woman from a Mormon family and the single mother of a young daughter. She was Ted's on again off again, girlfriend. Girlfriend, for the next six years. Ted claimed loved Liz so much that it was destabilizing yet he felt he could never fully opened up to her. Instead he simply went through the motions of companionship, helping a raise, her young daughter, washing the dishes, taking out the garbage, but in reality the entire time he was with Liz, Ted was still obsessed with his first girlfriend Diana Edwards. Over the next three years Ted did whatever he could to make himself into the kind of Man Diane had wanted even while he was with Liz. He was determined to win. Diane back. Ted Threw himself into school and even into more altruistic activities in nineteen, seventy, one at twenty two, he began volunteering at the Seattle. Crisis Clinic, a suicide prevention hotline ironically during this time Ted Bundy actually saved two lives in nineteen, seventy two. He graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in psychology and began applying to law schools. He aimed high submitting himself to Ivy League institutions. At the same time. He also continued his political pursuits working for the Washington State Republican Party. For the first time Ted he was gaining traction. He had a promising career some money and was about to enroll in law school. It had taken time, but He'd rebuilt himself, and in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three Ted finally felt he was ready to win Diane back, so while on a business trip in California that summer he contacted her asked to dinner. That night Bundy was clean cut quaffed, and as charming as Diane remembered, but he more mature more sure of himself. She marveled at the confident way he ordered for them both and the prestigious law schools. He casually mentioned he applied to by the end of the night Diane was captivated by the brand new Ted, Bundy, and when he invited her to visit him in Seattle, she eagerly agreed. All the while Ted Continue to see Liz Club for one day he would be at Liz's house, eating dinner with her and her daughter the next he would be wining and dining Diane and staying an.
"liz club" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment
"Hear her saying. Who else let's see you know I think the performed live performances with so that were really good performances. Were overshadowed by drama unfortunately. But I would work with either one of them, Syria. Would you do any work with any of the guys? You met any of your co-stars under a percent? Yeah, we I'm in a pretty pretty close active group Chris Matt. Ryan and Trevor, so we call it the final five boys. Yeah and those. In the making like. I'm not mad. They're so talented so down to Earth. Level headed and you know they call. They've all called me Bro. I'm sorry you got that Shitty edit. That's not who you are all without you. We want to be part of your life for the rest of our lives. You have France forever and that is not the world's. Because at the end of the day. Those men are like metabolic, high-calibre and high character, and up for them to see by the way they did. They are still respect me. After all the drama on the that incurred or curve other is just is is a blessing if I take nothing else out of the show except a few dozen friendships. That's worth it to me. That's a win. It truly is. Amazing exposure I mean this show was really good. Thank you. I'm glad to hear the. I have to admit I watched the bachelor. In College so in the early two thousands, and it just was also much of the same. That religious didn't keep up with it, and then when I realized it was going to talk to you. I was definitely WANNA. Know what I'm talking about. I enjoyed every second of the show. I referred friends to the show. I'm like I know we all I kinda of grew up past the bachelor. This is different. It felt so different with like the guys giving the first roses or no, the girls giving the first. Shout out to you for getting the first rose on theory is. This is the first and I'm going to call of many installments of listen to your heart, and you're going to be the guy who was the first bio and given the first rose supposedly. I have the first kiss on on camera, too, so I might get. That tattooed somewhere. Wow walks job and I'm not actually. That's funny. Do you have any taxes I'm actually the? One of marines I know that doesn't have a cut twos well. We're in the Tattoo Liz club. We are a minority among our. Search, it's I. think that's part of the reason I, did it? It's almost counterculture this point. What's so funny exactly like people used to do it to be interesting and be different, and now it just like everybody has. It's more interesting and different that where. That's true through I also think it has something to do with my indecisiveness, which the show displayed perfectly but.
"liz club" Discussed on Serial Killers
"For days. Ken and his detectives questioned Ted. They brought him cigarettes to win him over and eventually Ted agreed to reveal his identity on one condition. He wanted a phone call. He wanted to call Liz club for. He warned her that she'd soon see really ugly stories about him on the news he was right once. The media got a hold of the story. Ted's name was everywhere at the time he was already one of the ten most wanted men in the US. The Chi Omega murders only raised his profile. But the thing that truly sealed Ted Bundy and America's collective consciousness was perhaps not the details of his crimes but his bizarre performance at his own murder trials. Following Ted's indictment the Florida State Supreme Court made an unprecedented ruling due to the high level of public interest. In the case. Ted's trial would not only be open to Florida residents. It would be the first murder trial to be nationally. Televised in June of Nineteen seventy-nine hundreds of people flooded the Miami courtroom for the first day of proceedings television crews from all fifty states and nine countries set up lights and rolled cameras and spectators many of them young women fascinated by the curiously charming murderer filled seats as thirty two year. Old Ted entered the courtroom he beamed at the crowds and winked at cameras. He had an audience. The entire nation was watching. Ever the showman. The spectators only emboldened Ted. He made impassioned speeches and crack jokes making the courtroom roar with laughter just as he did during the Carol Durant case and despite his lack of a law degree Ted led his own defense though. A team of young public defenders was assigned to his case. Ted assumed the position of lead counsel much to their annoyance multiple times. He drove his lawyers to walk out of the courtroom in frustration. Ted insisted on cross examining witnesses often undermining his own argument in the process and in the end there was little his attorneys could do to stop him. Ted was too caught up playing lawyer in the role of a lifetime but the stakes couldn't be higher for all of his showmanship. His impassioned speeches and the Ad Trix. Ted was still dealt the death penalty on July thirty. First Nineteen seventy nine in his thick southern drawl. Judge Edward Cowart sentence Ted to the electric chair but it seemed that even the judge at Ted's murder trial hadn't escaped the serial killers charms after he delivered his verdict coward lamented that he saw a bright young man's potential wasted. He stated. Take care of yourself. Young Man I say that to you sincerely. It is a tragedy for this court to see such a total waste of humanity. You're a bright young man. You'd have made a good lawyer and I'd have loved to have you practice in front of me but you went another way partner. I don't have any animosity to you. I want you to know that but even after being sentenced to death. Ted's antics were far from over in January of nineteen eighty. Ted represented himself for the last time in the murder trial of twelve year old Kimberly Leach and once again he was given the death penalty but it was nearly a decade before. He saw his sentence through in that time. Ted Bundy lingered on death row taking interviews with journalists since psychologists and as execution grew closer. He began admitting to more murders just to delay his sentence ultimately he admitted to thirty one in total but Ted could only delay fate for so long on January twenty fourth nineteen eighty nine forty two year old. Ted took his seat in the Electric Chair. In front of a large picture window behind it was a gallery of onlookers. Many of whom were witnesses at his trial in his last words to his very last audience. Ted Apologize For all the trouble he caused. Then a metal skullcap was placed on his head followed by Black. Could the executioner flip the switch and moments later at seven six? Am Ted Bundy was pronounced dead at his request? Ted was cremated and his ashes were scattered at an undisclosed location in the cascades in Washington state for after his death. Ted Bundy took his place among a class of America's most prolific serial killers but his bloody legacy lives on not because of the number of his crimes. But because of Ted himself. Americans were and still are fascinated with the good-looking charmer with a capacity to kill. It's this duality. That we fixate on the shadowy boundary between all American men and notorious murderer that he embodied so well countless movies documentaries and books both fiction and not have been inspired by his brutality and his charisma making him into a kind of macab. Celebrity Ted Bundy has become synonymous with the idea of serial killer the prototype of a psychopathic lust murderer. But as the media's love affair with Ted Rages on it begs the question. Was this what he ultimately wanted? There's no doubt Ted used his unique position at his televised trial to his benefit. But perhaps he'd always intended to make a lasting impression that would live on long past his inevitable death in Ted's last act he'd manipulated an entire nation creating a dark stain on our collective consciousness..
"liz club" Discussed on Serial Killers
"After Linda's murder her Ted was accelerated. And around this time Liz club for his long term girlfriend noticed a distinct change in him. His mood shifted at the drop of a hat. One Minute he was in high spirits has charming as ever and in the next is is went dark. Simple arguments arguments escalated into threats and broken furniture. It was the first time had seen him skirt towards violence his sexual habits changed as well though. Liz and Ted reportedly had a tender love life up to that point. He became aggressive coercing her into anal sex and insisting they experiment Roman with bondage but handcuffs in the bedroom with Liz wasn't enough to satisfy Ted. He continued prowling the streets of Seattle hunting for his next next victim. And during the Spring and summer of nineteen seventy four. He killed half a dozen young women in quick succession. Sources vary on the time. Line of Ted Bundy's killing spree but according to author and rules book the Stranger beside me. Ted's next victims uh-huh were claimed in the following order in March Ted abducted nineteen year old. Donna Manson from Evergreen State College in Olympia. While she was on her way to a concert cert- later he confessed to decapitating her and cremating her head in lists fireplace. Her remains were never found in April. Almost almost exactly a month later Ted abducted eighteen year old. Susan Ran Court from central Washington State College in Ellensburg. As she was walking to a film film-screening he murdered her and left her body on Taylor Mountain only a couple of weeks later on May Sixth Ted expanded his hunting grounds. He murdered twenty year old. Roberta Parks a student at Oregon State University. Four hours South Seattle three weeks after he returned from Oregon Ted spent the evening with Liz and her family loses relatives had gathered to celebrate her daughter's baptism. The next it's morning everyone was in high spirits. Liz who had been feeling troubled about Ted and his recent bizarre behavior filter worries ease. She watched him mm chat with a family member laughing and it's big infectious way. He was back to his usual charming self then. Suddenly Liz watched watched as Ted's expression changed it was like witnessing a storm drift to cross a bright sky. Suddenly his face went dark and the excused himself from the table. Ted left early that night without a word of explanation the next morning he was laid to Liz's daughter's baptism. Aw Loses. Thoughts immediately flew to her greatest fear. Ted was cheating on her with another woman but the truth was so so much worse after he excused himself from Liz's Family Gathering Ted raped and murdered twenty two year. Old Brenda Ball. His fifth confirmed victim. After a night of butchery he spent the next morning at a baptism. Ted Sudden Departure Church soon became a common occurrence more than a few times. Liz Fell Asleep next to ted only to wake up in the morning to find. He disappeared in the middle. I love the night. While Liz silently kept note of Ted's strange behavior the authorities also identified disturbing trend every month a a new college age. coeds seemed to disappear into thin air and by that summer the Pacific northwest was gripped in terror. Walking around college campuses began to feel like a living horror film hitchhiking which was a popular way for young people to get around at the time stopped almost entirely entirely girls in Seattle were even advised to travel in groups and to avoid walking through alleys. Perhaps the most eerie detail of the mysterious serious disappearances was the fact that each of the missing women bore a striking resemblance to one another. Almost every single victim was young white attractive active. That had long dark hair parted down the middle. They looked like Dianne Edwards the tendency to target victims who have a particular appearance or who resemble amble someone. A killer knows isn't uncommon. These shared characteristics between victims are referred to as a victim profile and Ted Bundy's was incredibly specific while we don't know if Ted's gravitation toward young women who looked like Diane was conscious. It's doubtful that his victims resemblance blends to his first. Love was a coincidence. However Ted later denied that he deliberately sought out particular type of target instead he? He claimed that the only common denominator between his victims was that they were young and fairly attractive. But it's very likely that the strong pattern Saturn and Ted's victim profiles was born of his breakup with Diane according to Doctor. Mary Ellen O'Toole a former FBI profiler specializing and psychopathy Killers victim preference is often developed based on a combination of what victims are available accessible and desirable at the time when a killer begins their murders and for Ted Dabo Gang of Diane Edwards. Were most likely the focus of his blood lost in the winter of nineteen seventy four. When ted I began killing he was right on the heels of his second? Break up with Diane. It's very possible that at at that time Ted had an insatiable urge to keep hurting her even after unceremoniously cutting off the relationship so he presumably would have been looking for a sort sort of surrogate for Diana on whom he could inflict pain with that desire in place. Ted looked around to see who was available and accessible muscle and for Ted a law student. Who lived very near the University of Washington campus? Female College students were in high supply. Thus Tad's victim profile was born and Ted's profile was more precise than most throughout his four-year killing streak he rarely straight from murdering his victims who fell exactly in line with the characteristics he was looking for essentially Ted had type and a Seattle police took took notice but while they recognized the pattern of victims police had no leads on the killer alert himself no suspects all they could do was watch helplessly as women continue to disappear across the Pacific northwest their only hope was that the next time the Predator struck he'd make a misstep leave something behind or botch a murder attempt. Detectives knew that in order for a killer to become so careless. They I had to grow comfortable and for Ted Bundy. Murder felt all to natural by the summer of Nineteen seventy-four. Ted's transformation into a serial killer was complete elite with each and every murder. His Ego only grew and his kills became more and more brazen that July his the era gance finally outranked his own. Good Judgment Ted abducted and murdered two women on the same day in Broad Daylight Light July fourteenth nineteen seventy four was a beautiful Sunday afternoon. Noon at Lake Sammamish just east of Seattle. It was a busy day for the park. Nearly forty thousand people had come to enjoy the lakes cool waters and onto picnic on its shores but Ted Bundy had different plans. Ted arrived at the lake and Casual Beach clothing and wearing an arm arm sling. He began approaching young women explaining. He was having a hard time loading his sailboat into his car with his injured arm then he asked them if they would be willing to come to the parking lot and help him out. Many women politely declined but to agreed to help. The poor injured entered man nineteen year. Old Denise Naslund Ted second victim that day had left her friends to use the park bathrooms when she encountered this seemingly helpless Ted Undoubtedly. She realized her mistake as they approached his car. It wasn't a pickup but rather a tiny rainy. Vw Bug with no sailboat in sight but by that point far from the crowds of people at the beach it was too late. Ted's first victim that day had been a beautiful young woman. He spotted sitting on a blanket and a yellow Bikini twenty-three-year-old Janna Sant- witnesses observed a man approach Janice. They described him as handsome with an unidentifiable vaguely British accent before Janice walked off with him. They hurt Janice introduce yourself then. So did the stranger his name was. Ted Seattle's mysterious Darius coed killer had finally made a critical mistake. He'd left behind one vital clue his real name..
"liz club" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"But you know, but as I guess as time goes on things change, or as time goes on to becomes more of a narrative. Well, you know, look with Bundy so many people I've mentioned that I'm doing this work. And now that now that both my movie premiered at Sundance in this. Netflix series have come out in a lot of people have said, gee, I knew he was a serial killer. But I didn't know the basic beats to historic so. You know, the criticism that we shouldn't be telling his story because it's been told before look if if there was a way to tell the Adolf Hitler story, you know, because we have new information about how his how his he interacted with his family members. That's a valid thing to tell a story about because my guiding philosophy in life is that all people are three dimensional human beings. That doesn't mean we want to redeem rehabilitate Bundy, but people need to understand that the people who do evil are three dimensional human beings. And that's because there's a certain protection mechanisms, you know, when when certain movies or certain portrayals of killer show that the killer is some bizarre social outcasts who lurks in the shadows. That's a defense mechanism that. Oh, well, okay. So that means they're easily identifiable in society, and therefore we can avoid them. But Bundy shows us the exact opposite is true. And I said this is this is a. A lesson. I want my children to now and other people I care about. I it's interesting for sure you've been speaking so eloquently about your motivations and making this series about Ted Bundy, and then I see on Twitter and Netflix having to put out a statement about stop seeing that Ted Bundy is hot stop saying. How attractive he is. There's lots of available men in our platform that aren't serial killers. Like again, that's the reaction to your work. That's unintended. Use the creator of this thing, how do you react to that? Well, I've been surprised that actually how much interest there's been in this both negative and positive. I've done a lot of documentary stuff that has not garnered much attention. So it's a little odd that I it seems to have gotten the attention. It's gotten I I'm still processing and trying to wrap my head around that, you know. But also, I find that you know, we live in a very silo. Media world, and we live in a world where people really, you know, the the the social media has democratized people's ability to make comments and I find that. Sometimes the matter what you do people have an agenda, whether it's good hearted or bad hearted. Or you know, or people don't realize like I don't want to criticize people for speaking out. Of course, that would be the last thing I would do. But I think we live in a media age where people seem to want to put forth a message about something without even having necessarily seen it because into the movies about is told through lily Collins point of view, a real woman named Liz club for who wrote a memoir for six years lived with Bundy had very little reason to suspect she was living with a serial killer. That's what I chose to make a movie about because it adds to the dialogue. But a lot of people looked at the trailer and admittedly the trailer. People took you know, the literally the only seen of violence in the movie and used it in the trailer. And what I found. I don't wanna say amusing because he's aren't amusing issues. But I was bemused confused by you know, when people saw the trailer people said, oh, look look at all the violence. He's blurring Bundy. And then when the movie came out at Sundance, even though we largely got good reviews. Thank goodness. But when the movie came out and people actually saw was almost no violence in the movie because I'm portraying the victims experience those same voices were like, oh, there's no violence in the movie, you know, he's glorifying Bundy like, which is, you know. So it just seems like this is a subject, that's creating some knee-jerk criticism. You know about about the nature of storytelling. But this is, you know, Bundy what I portraying in the movie is somebody who got away with murder for so long because he was white good-looking upwardly mobile at a time. That we had a very patriarchal society that celebrated good-looking white men, and there's a reason he got away with it for so long. And that's that's what we're portraying. What what what about you though? Like, you know, you work on this four part documentary series again documentary series about about Ted Bundy in about about these interviews, and then you turn around as you mentioned, and you make this feature film. What did I'm interested? What did making a feature about the victims and about Ted Bundy, maybe reveal the you that you don't get from a documentary? It's the emotional journey. It's it's you know, when you read that somebody like Elizabeth club for live with this guy. And he really didn't have any sense that he was a bad guy. And yet he was out running around killing women while they had the while they had this seven year relationship. Somehow intellectually you you actually find fault with the victim. You find out. How could she not have known what oh she must have been one of these women who are attracted to death row killers. I mean, I've heard all sorts of things. And so really what portraying in the narrative form does is allows you a window into what it's like to become a victim and to be seduced by a psychopath. So you emotionally engage. You know, I think this allows you to take this journey with the victim where you suspend the knowledge that this is Ted Bundy, and you engage in their real relationship that's being portrayed on screen, and I want the audience to feel revolves, and and betrayed that they invested that positive energy in that relationship because that mirrors what the real life victims. Of of psycho, Pathak people go through most of them, sadly lose their lives as a result of that trust. But Liz, Liz was not killed. And that's why I chose to make a movie about that experience of psychopathic seduction Joe like in doing both these projects you had to match us watch. Like, I know I sat down to watch these things about gruesome evil stuff, and it shook me a little bit. I mean, you were spending hours and hours. I'm guessing twelve fourteen sixteen hours a day working on this stuff. Does that get you? It does. I jokingly say to my friends that if you look at my career that my my work kind of falls into two buckets, murder and music, and there's a reason for that. After I spent a little bit too much time looking into the abyss of evil like the movie and the Netflix series. I need to remind myself of the heights that humanity can soar so I'm probably going to go to a music film next. You know? So luckily, I feel like I have an outlet for restoring my faith in humanity. But yeah, it takes it takes a toll to to do these things. But I also feel like it goes back to our original question. If I felt like I was just glamorizing a salacious subject for the sake of ratings, which is so not who I am. You know, I think I would feel worse about it. But I I actually believe there's a social Justice social commentary element to any anytime. I look at a crime story. Something that I think is important to impart, and I feel like for those who have responded, positively to the film and to the TV series. There is that message out there that we're putting out into the world. I'm going to ask you to just to close off by doing some speculation here. I I you mentioned earlier, and I found this fascinating. When you said you my Wikipedia page, that's true crime pioneer. It's pioneer that you're proud of and true crime. That makes you feel wins a little bit. You also say that like we live in a golden age of croup true crime. I think of making a murderer. I think of cereal I think I mean pretty much every podcast on itunes right now that's making big money. Is that true crime podcast? Every idea why in two thousand nineteen true crime has never been more popular. What am I say about us where we are politically any ideas? Well, look, I think true crime has always been been popular. I think. Since Truman Capote's in cold blood, which you know, novelist and created a new kind of fiction that was based in fact, it's always been a popular thing. It's ever more popular now in part because I think there's been an explosion in the media landscape, and a growing popularity of the documentary form, I mean, when I started making documentaries in one thousand nine hundred eighty two with brother's keeper if he didn't sell your documentary to PBS or HBO, you weren't selling your documentary. I mean, just no one could have imagined streaming binging. So I think part of this explosion is just a growth in the medium of documentary, storytelling. But I do think crime is NY the series is doing so well on Netflix, and why Netflix is so well positioned to capitalize on this trend is that I think crime in and of itself is extremely binge -able. It's got perfect dramatic structure. There's a beginning middle and an end. And you know, but more importantly, you're just kind of on the edge of your seat wanting to know what happens, and in general, I think it's tapping into, you know, we're a nation of humanity is a, you know, a nation of rubber neckers. You know, we we we traffic slows down to look at the car wreck across the side the other side of the highway because a couple of things going on we're thankful that it's not us, you know, there, but for the grace of God kind of thing. And then I'm not in that car. I'm not I'm not a victim. And I think it makes people feel better about their own situation. And it also taps into. I think we all wonder are we capable of doing such terrible things as human beings. Joe berlinger? Thanks for talking to me..
"liz club" Discussed on Double Toasted
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"liz club" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"liz club" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"Shuttles. It is Well, it's hot. It's hard to know how much an economic uptick would change things on the is doing well Tam. Yeah, I know all of them nature. Yes Yawn in N M whether that. I mean the off yet, the obvious direction of things ahead heading here is that the man's shows. A absorbed into the women's week. Uh, I thank When ironically, the timing of the men's it as much, much bed, so it'd be much better to do everything amalgamated on the men's Kaunda. It's true, but that's obviously not what the direction in summing human beings never necessarily going to what will you know? Well, One workman best interests among the Tom. I'm sinking though about the Milan men shows that there are there are the There are obviously is weighing more than product to talk about our. What Franciscan resell Buxton Cesca reset was doing it. Uh, Mani is really interesting and more successful than the Women's because people didn't really end. I mean, and we went to that women show. There wasn't like a great reaction to that role. I I think it's very much in that same burn. I think the very compatible was collections. This one was, If if it felt me could Milan was looking for a child's Jeffrey figure. It has it in him. But with a a much a much to the moon pouf us on kind of Old wolves point of view, You know the that that sort of Italian on that as of inmates kind of. And in decadence the innate decadence of the very old, very rich culture comes through in his work with that this strange playfulness on it's it's I find it quite eerie, but I love that does nothing. I love at the moment. I'm finding I love Yuri in fashion. I love that on I love. I love being inch haunted and disturbed. Uh, and then this always Fandy and his family collection was extremely strong. Um, she of Sylvia had used as a office collaborator this time, Riley and Hey, Riley is is one of my save who hinges on the EU done visuals or her. And it's with antacid to meet somebody who you hiring, even believe exists, focus. Lead instant aswering could have at at at at creating these some mythic sugar is that youth up, allowing unbeaten meeting a few of them might Annex some sucked science-themed this actually a real anchorman vein behind the site on and then it. Then this always this. There's always something destroy remind you of how how significant Milan is a Monning too great show. And. As he does from time to time from time to time, just to remind you of why he is walls in his time. One of the 506 great revolutionaries in history fashion. Uh, this Holden the revolutionary show, but it definitely was a reminder of how good he can be. Sometimes Yeah, I key copy little it's I mean he's an incredible career on Elena Lankan Milan, You're saying in between the lines in your very Tim blank way, a blank, see in way maybe that they're still enough there to to kind of justify having all these people fly in from all of the world. Well, what would be interesting in the light of the the PC won? A revival is seems to Made in Florida since May Piquemel ring talking about videogame at You can might seem may be tight Gallison biases that on. I think I think the point of the PC renaissance is that it has a real reason to exist. Business is done their view. Go that too. Two. No, but Right orders Yet, right? What is dinner pin-up dip. I'd also been really Clapper about near depending on your point of view coopting or arm celebrating you designed talent that normally wouldn't show at pity. Right over the years, I've been really than their timing has been quite good. They've like worked with the right people at the right time over the years Yana and I think that I think that they're getting almost getting more adept at that down on. I mean, I've seen amazing things. Fifty, visited amazed design has given young designers were very, very limited budgets, generally, normally given amazing opportunities to just let them live here. My Tony's flight freight, so that people what talking about that And on. And the fact that Milan was compress sent more or less three days are there was still. There was still You can see things on commitment. I flew Angela Ms signings, appoint a she didn't show man's Jindo show for Hermens collectible. She's amalgamating with the women's, uh, in Asia, devout in September two n d, The man at the the main selection She showed is very strong. I, I guess we'll see what happens with that model. It affects presenting rather than showing whether they feel it generates C, the heat, the heat that they need. Now, I, I think by despite everything else in the Ulsan as heavy transition. And let's talk briefly about the Paris men's shows. You said it was Ram, gang rammed yet? Yeah. I felt that there was a I felt and I will sit felt suffering with the first day at eight o'clock at night GmbH from Berlin on did it live up to the hype while it was? It was a real It was it was one of those old school surprise in it. Uh. Uh. Left-wing designer situations, It it it that Who knew that that first night of sitting in horizontal rain in ice cold temperatures in an abandoned railway on the platform of an abandoned railway station was out rail debt po was going to be a foretaste of the entire ten days. I spent embarrassed, But it was ill. They will. I I just I think when design is a really, really good. But that talking about what they too, when when you get the sense of out what they do comes naturally from out on. From have it living in the yard, They were environment like very much reflect in the way that they live and work in Berlin and will say their experiences that snaking fashion. More interesting. 'cause it's Mike labels like back more injuries, single, more on point since May may be than CEO of white, which showed the following morning end on I mean, virtual app, low has set himself up. This out will has been set up, is the voice of the generation Annan's. Uh, I'm I'm I'm a little less engaged by. Ways closed the coming from, I think that you know the GmbH guys live. They better living Liz clubs, naturally, those clothes mirror their daily lives. And with Virgil I just saw I guess everybody is keep saying a little bit too much. Damn Narain will too much, much allowable. And he does it unashamedly in a way Olympia picot eight that he does. He just quotas collection business casual and dinner. Did that whole businessman's saying at blend Siaga? I'm just a couple of seasons ago. I mean, if if vigil is truly reflecting be a voice of his general, whether that that the preoccupations of his constituents, I I'm really looking to kind of fetish eyes businessman's close son. I mean, that's internally inconsistent in a way. It's a strange idea, kind of earn at major from right predictable the earn away. They're not. Anything else from Paris? God tons, Yeah. What was your What was your absolute favorite show of the season men season men season? Yeah. My favorite show of emitting season. He scans his list. My favorite's the fight might the favorite thing. My favorite thing that I saw was the Louisville presentation from joint Madison. I loved at the Paris design. Geo M and M built wonderful environment to de-link has normal in a space showroom. Yes, I'm in the plus sense will peace. At the close was so. When I same whimsical, but they were again in there is this Irina us? I feel He's just in his own literally his own world. There is no reference to anything else. I spices reference to the artisanal history of wave a, but not in a way that anybody who's not as waving for the last responded wave last hundred something years would recognize, books that really is autistic, tiny little terra cotta dangling Akron, lacking a dry cleaners night man and on any ship that look like a lesson Siemens. Not saying just I this is fascinating stuff and an end in wasn't throat, it will is is Lloyd rich heritage And slaying leather goods. But I, I think that the the quickness, the character of of what Jonathan stealing really draw was made. And it's I find it very convincing end, and it seems to me arm at it would be it. It's the sort of thing I would look to fashion four in in in a in a world which has surrendered to a. To a surprising degree to could eased entrap Hanson And I'll just variations of sportswear listional sports, sweat. It's nice to see something which is so I mean, it's reassuring see something which is so. SAO idiosyncratic and also which which has sued the waste of such an enormous fashion conglomerate behind it. Now, I think that it in in a it's funny that talking to on regulations that will the rebel in show is very good as well. But at another angry Show, which is interesting from him from him because he is usually silos. So Stoiber says than on at and has. And you could almost see what he's been doing for the last few years as as as his ongoing journey to serenity look into the lies at the top of the mountaintop lists on on going up the mountain. EU was rolling back down to the boss Japheth sequel the Shas is us, and I am as as interesting sense that Antle did him that. You realize You can't have Glick without evil. Look, you you, you, you, you kind of light without doubt that that everything exists in this relationship was when it's opposite. It's defined by It's all said in a way that that everybody in the world was good than we will no longer none. What? Goodness wads. Alan. He's worth fail making a rather flimsy analogy have at some height, Jonathan Anderson with what he does. Highlights what everybody else's is doing. It may be throws throws ally, told him, but he else else's doing can be kind of complimentary life in another way. It is a sort of its it's something where he added, but it's leads the fact that it exists in that way As a comment on everything else that has happened in a century of to something amusing. You know, I I love old Van Buren don't for that reason. This law that that somebody who was so Ashley Sui, generous sufficiency, it is. That's eight not said expression. I think it is. Yeah, on is. Is the kind of shut Mike gone to man? People would say Condit us all for the same reason though. That's not one favorite though. Maguire leg looking at when it is that is Yannis looking back over it. Like if you were looking back in a few years, which showed you think will stand out. Maybe I'll ask you that way from this season. What show would stand out for any reason that tool? Yeah, the as yet properly. The show that would stand out in terms of the responses God's and in terms of people remembering it would be Kim Jones's last Show Lou whose Yeah, we forgot about that line. Now I would say that would probably be though the show that that because that was a that that had that sensitive Zandt that that we have really been missing until we at do next, but that we talk about where it was a show with such a strong sense within that, you realize how much of Mr now. Well, let's talk about the Qatar shows because that shot dea the out of with a sense of the van via the didn't talk about the mall. Well, you miss. Stet so united stand out. So let's talk about a No event until we can talk about them here. Given that it was dimmed, the bringing Vietnam back to is veteran rubes on. And that that a gang was a founding member. One of the EIA How thrilled people blow by his very existence and the and the fact that Vietnam could show in in in showing such such. Such unique clubs was such an incredible point of view of really fully-formed. I'm. I'm point of view again. I think people it being made you missing out a little bit on that since might my shall as earliest days. I'm so was going back to the kind of origins of VAT Monday at work. Well, he he couldn't do the stereotypes anymore. He couldn't do that with the the at what show an exhibition You know, we didn't show clause ABC's used with voters in the band played. And he was really a a joined by their whole issue. That led is So that was in Canada. As your logical exercise, movement, fashion excise duty, showing Now Willis stereotypical. No Ocoee types of society couldn't do that again, I can get exhausted that. And I think maybe he felt he needed while I felt anyway. He needed to remind people available to us. The recent vet moment zest with all these other people doing mall. You know, the original has to step back into the ring to prove that he's the greatest said that a real strong that will show It, it, it. It does look Sometimes like people have plunged into a a a bag of in a bag of the goodwill and with what if what if we have to them draped around Scholla's there was that the the VIS so much in the closed at dissect on. Uh. Pamungkas flip back together. What went away you want? I'm really, really curious to see after that was on curious to see Balenciaga Bouza fail at his exercising in his I feel it in his club. The I feel in this collection was really exercise in something and definitely claiming ownership personally. More about damnation about the He's talked about the you know the cooperatives, the the vet Mall. Gorbulin I feel the Style was more on him in. Yeah. Yeah, I have listened him. Talk about what he does. His fascinating though, I think about yeah, he's There's so few designers who can explain the thinking behind what they do so clearly. Now whether you know whether you're a fan or you're not a fan, whether you think it's going to continue to work commercially and and kind of set the fashion agenda or not. He is incredibly could opt explaining why he does. I think I think actually if I if I have another thing that came out in Paris was possibly. A consolidation are with him, for example. And then with other shows that I'd lights on Sav. Hi. I thought it was a very strong consolidating show. If you one thing about by consolidating, you mean why one thing about about designers light you to a see how they ended up Thome like Tom Brown. They must be moments way. If you're an ardent fan, You feel like you've got everything you need. I kind of felt like that was sacked by yet. And this collection. Yeah, I did as well. I love sokai. But after a while you feel I've got sokai on is actually the front of this is the issue that 'if the people keep waiting to confront Gucci You know how much Gucci can you go on Bonn? I think there's a I saw good you presentation of my Lanham as it is a long way to go before that happens. But I've the same thing with Tom round and then Tom round does this collection which it wasn't ready, Tom Brown classics. But. It was classic, Tom Brown. Um, and I think maybe for the first time ever me sitting in the audience with my with a with a abutting which is scarcely that the ideal, Tom Brown body type and, and with the personal style which hardly touches on his either Now Hawaiian shirts gorgeous. When it comes to book-closing I don't want to be reminded of my fiscal failings at every turn. But, uh, this was a one collection. I actually sold stuff. I could see I so I could imagine myself And, you know, I think and I think that was deliberate on his spot. It was the show had a header at a little theater and at a bit of at the guys lying on their camp, stretches in Tom Brands, sleeping bags made from grapes mammal suits. I guess it was extremely theatrical by anybody else's lights. But by his It was quite subdued and it was really for a real focus on on sellable clothing, which has a was interests. He does have some new, quite ambitious investors Amihai Wallace a make That's what I was feeling have, but without will without feeling like in any way compromise or a sellout, right man, It was just if if that was the first time round collects you them seeing I think he'd be quite impressed and quits used. But the. What's that was said as well? Like if if I think about this, the other shows that that I enjoy some green and sawn That was a sense is doing what we do best without necessarily softening it. But. But this is this was a moment to impress on people and press on would reassert what are known for her. Yeah, which is happened a lot in the whole time. I've been covering fashion over the years. They have been seasons when you feel that. That this is a this is this is the time to reassert and may be with the economy up turning on that. That is a good moment because this people hope that that will translate into on consumer confidence. And they might God Shelton. So I missed all of that, But then I joined you at could tour on God. What's up one day? Not that he was not even that long ago, but it was late so much happened in the last seven days among day. It was Monday. Yeah. Do you are was first your will scupper alien. You're e son who man I didn't go too, But I went to Jul on what did you make of DUI? I liked it. I I. I have a such a slow, thoughtful Maria Grazia Curie. I couldn't edited, twenty looks outta that collection with my hands tied behind my back. It would have made it tighter and more focused in a would have made the good, The really good looks look better. Yeah, I really got an God knows that I am not a. I'm not. I didn't have that kind of editors, I unnecessary, but you mentioned those domino coats with those, your some of your favorite. Well, they would just. This first looks out The whole story this time was about the sorry analysts. And you know, she has made a very strong feminist Deba with a collections of deal on which has attracted a certain amount of duration in some quarters and another quotas really connected with a clientele. I thank I mean, so this week, You know, in my sniffing around Paris, I was told that Dior has never performed as well. I retail as it is now. So even though the industry is kind of sniffing their noses at Maria Grazia DeOre. It seems like it's really connecting with a consumer. Well, the the audience sudden of this Alba out how good a gauge Lewis's But boy, the audience was packed with women in a coach were at whereas She's the shoes. She's very cleverly made the clothes for recognizable name on. I don't know how lose There was a bit of a joke when when I was watching two girls. Cayman who went to woman came in, who wins same thing. And as having a photo taken, another woman will possibly Drew heroine, and then another woman will pass in the same cuts. She was a tiny bit reluctant folks, I guess she Senate thinking on in and she thought about she was shown live at the deal will show. And this eat making you know, a lot of bills, Navy, That's why they have to have so many looks in those shows because they are so much overlap. Other well-known focus looks the looks at the evening, The what they would just. The Anyway, the story over the Surrey Lewis was tied in a little bit with the on the the what she's been going with her, You know, the the we shall be feminists and selling IT shut in in that, that they were very extremely strong women in the service movement. And and they were extremely strong women at a time when women of yacht will have really hot time And apparently to your had some relationship via yet. He bought Hitler's gala restful yet Sign up now. And he was very frame of the woman who Leonor Fini on on that as accused the talion That was the Roman Liaqat to mention two Airbus stage. And she if you read what she wrote And what Enamul she said, And now she approach to life. She sounds quite amazing on the the deal had amassed all in light of the show and a serious youths had lots of Moscow mules and this is a both. About Maria Grazia the way she won Van woolly sort of Sarah list Shane's who's the collection that the scientists love playing games. I love chest sailor Domino's presume piece of the Delman a code, The chessboard releasing. Now I know there are people who say about being one of them that sometimes it feels like she just looked at all up on the KPD at on any guilt invite later. All right. And and and she research and boom as the research. But this time it was, it was not absorbed into the collection. I mean, on him win bag like me would say Silas left on us said she did a cuts in Amendment. I didn't comment. Anybody else would take a time, a taste, say that. But I'm. Day Union, when she was Valentina end, she end Pierpaolo Pacciani's do as beautiful met, evil, Princess dresses and eat the first time I saw him or not. All my God. Has it ever been anything will beautiful in fashion? The second Chinese swimmers or? Oh gosh, There there's lovely princess dresses and the Fed timing owner, all that they are at if they are any less time in having a sorry, less references Laredo slept cages as well. And you think about that often painting ages on people's faces. Having a good background in song on to say she had this cage up, which was quite strategists sick. And then the models aware in mosques and it'll It was not getting getting into Venus infers country And that was top send good and good at Good. I'm good. It's a strong energy arm made the Anna. Actually, those looks really some really, really wanted to fall, and it is not a technical has as usual on the technique. The Italians them is is incredible. While the One other reason I now it seems to be working at least in some measure. Because the next day when we went to the Chanel shell, a few of the Shin LP arch were asking me about to your, uh, and are asking me about the ball the night before. So clearly the people I shall now, I've been paying more attention to what's going on over there and perhaps they're feeling Young a thing. Yeah, I mean thing when I think the we different Chanelle PR is asked me if I had gone to the ball the night before, and I had gone for about five minutes, but they were they were asking, Did you wear Moss? I did. And to carry comparising Lien. 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"But unfortunately the police did not have sufficient evidence to detain him so he was released on his own recognizance he later told investigators that searchers had missed a collection of polaroid photographs of his victims that he had all and he destroyed the photographs after he was released have fucked up is that he was like well got away with that let's burn any bridge we have left center ha ha any evidence that they could find salt lake city police placed thuniyan 24 hour surveillance some investigators flew to seattle to in to interrogate uh his girlfriend our interview her liz club for she told them that in the year prior to his move to utah she had discovered some objects that she couldn't understand in her house and and bundy is apartment including crutches a bag of plaster of paris and a meat cleaver that was never used for cooking omar additional objects included surgical gloves an oriental knife and a wooden case that he kept his glove compartment in a sack of women's clothing he would you like never question of it wasn't like well she had already reported him like at least as those ships new and she was like i don't know why these things are here and yet but it is weird it's like she reported a multiple times belly she reportedly it but then she saw very obvious evidence and just knew at that point don't even ask yes guide rather wor if that's true was probably i know he's a killer i see a sack of women's clothing so for my own personal say for my own safety i'm just gonna pretend i don't see it won the interesting thing too is lake she didn't break up with them i think he just go also would you break up with a serial killer or would you be afraid that he'd kill you if he broke up with them will i for sure one law him stay with me for a week at my house i know but it's almost smarter because i mean it in my mind i would think he hasn't killed you yet um he's clearly like shown that there are some sort of relationship of where he actually trust you enough air you've this should around the house like fair i would just key play.