Ted Bundy, Jeffery Dahmer, and John Wayne Gacy are all three famous serial killers. This is the home life, jail time, and murders that affected what they are known as today. This is a comparison of three lives and how there home lives affected what they became. Just because they have had a hard life does not give them the right to kill innocent people. They could have went and found help. .
Theodore Robert Bundy was born in 1946 in the month of November. He was born to a unwed mother in Vermont never knowing his father. Poverty forced his mother to move in with her strict Methodist parents in Philadelphia where Ted grew up. The first four years of his life he had to pretend his mother was his sister. When Ted was 3 his 15 year old aunt awoke and found Ted pulling up her blankets and putting butcher knives into the bed beside her. He had very good grades in school. He had a degree in psychology and he went to law school.
Ted's first sentence in jail was for attempted kidnapping and he faced 1 to 15 years. Two weeks after he escaped from prison he was arrested while driving a stolen car. He was convicted of two murders and sentenced to death. Even though Ted was diagnosed with manic-depression that did not save him from being executed. He was executed on January 24, 1989.
Ted likes young women, he liked hunting them down and killing them. It is possible he murdered 36-100 women. He lured them with a fake cast. He had them help him load his boat onto his car, or he had them carry his books. His first killing happened in 1974, the women's name was Linda Healy. He killed five women in Colorado. .
When he attempted to kidnap Carole Deroach she got away and reported him to the police, later he was caught. Police pulled him over and found a icepick, handcuffs, rope, and a trash bag. Then he later escaped from prison and moved to Florida when he broke into a Sorority house and killed two girls. .
Jeffrey Dahmer was born in 1960 in Milwaukee.