Theodor Bundy was an American serial killer who confessed in kidnapping, raping, and murdering over 30 victims between 1974 and 1978, however, the true number of victims could be higher. In 1989, he was sentenced to death and executed on an electric chair at Florida State Prison. He has been described as a cold-hearted sadistic sociopath and necrophile by the people who interacted with him as part of legal and court procedures. Essays on Ted Bundy might represent a psychological analysis of the killer’s distorted worldview and personal traits, a comparison with other serial criminals, an analysis of the role of childhood abuse and neglect in his evolution into a criminal. Check out the essay samples below for more topics.