Ted Bundy electric chair pic leaked on reddit and twitter, The Killer’s Electric Chair

Ted Bundy is one of the most notorious serial killers in history. According to the biography, he murdered more than 30 women between 1974 and 1978.

In 1989, the 42-year-old “female killer” was sentenced to death – aka. Death penalty – in Florida after he pleaded guilty to murder. (This wasn’t even the first time: Bundy was sentenced to death three times before he was ultimately executed.)

When the time came, Bundy was electrocuted in less than two minutes in the electric chair, journalist Tim Svalance, who witnessed the execution, told The Daily Beast. The famous electric chair will be the last thing Bundy touches in his life, but it won’t be the last time the world hears from him.

In honor of the 30th anniversary of Ted Bundy’s death, Netflix released the documentary series “Conversations with the Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes,” along with “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Wicked, and Vile,” which spotlights Bundy’s life and crimes from his girlfriend’s point of view. Starring Zac Efron as Ted Bundy and Lily Collins as his girlfriend Liz Kendall, the film features a dramatic portrayal of real-life events that sparked a posthumous pop culture phenomenon.

Now, with Jeffrey Dahmer (another notorious serial killer) recently releasing two new series on Netflix, discussions about Bundy and his death are once again on the internet and social media platforms started on.

Here’s everything we know about the killer’s final moments. The whole story is very disturbing, so get ready for the next part.

How did Ted Bundy get caught?

Ted Bundy was arrested in Florida in February 1978 when a Pensacola police officer thought his car looked suspicious. According to ABC News, the officer found stolen license plates and stolen licenses and arrested the serial killer.

The arrest follows the Chi Omega sorority murder and his murder of a 12-year-old girl, ABC News reported.

Thirty years later, Svalence wrote in The Daily Beast: “When Ted Bundy first saw the electric chair in the execution chamber of a Florida prison, he winced and looked surprised.” “I joined 41 other witnesses as one of America’s most notorious serial killers was strapped to a wooden chair with the horrific nickname ‘Old Sparks’.”

In crime author Ann Ruhl’s book, Strangers Around Me: The True Crime Story of Dr. Ted Bundy. Clark Hoshall also attended Bundy’s death: “Bundy was restless before his death, unable to maintain eye contact. A belt ran diagonally across his face from the lower right side of his chin and was held Fastened firmly to his left ear. The headband pinches the wing of his nose and pinches Bundy’s left eyelid. His right eye is open, looking straight ahead.”

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