Ted fell in love and suffered from severe depression when the relationship ended. Ted soon found out that his "sister" was really his mother and his "parents" were his grandparents. He was a man with a bright future ahead of him, attended law school and became the assistant to Washington State Republican Party. Unfortunately, in 1974 one of America 's most notorious murderers began his killing spree that lasted for 15 years. Ted Bundy managed to kill at least 30 innocent women from Utah, Idaho, Washington and Florida.
DeLuna also developed a taste for huffing spray paint. He was arrested multiple times holding a can of spray paint with his hands and mouth “smeared with the stuff.” DeLuna was convicted of murder and sentenced to death by the state of Texas. On the night of February 4th,1983 a 24 year old gas station attendant named Wanda Lopez was murdered.Reporters said the young woman had been stabbed multiple time with a buckle knife. At his 1983 trial, Carlos DeLuna told the jury that on the day of the murder he had ran into Hernandez, who he'd known for the previous five years. The two men, who both lived in the southern Texas town of Corpus Christi, stopped off at a bar.
The following year he picked up and murdered Cindy Schall. Taking her to his mother’s house and doing the same things he did with his other victims. After having numerous sexual acts with Schall’s head, he buried it in his mother’s flower bed next to her bed room window. In 1973, he went to the school campus where his mother works at and offered to give a ride to Rosalind Thorpe and Alice Liu, not knowing that was going to be their lasted ride they accepted his offer. The acts he did to them were just as horrifying as the acts he did with his other victims.
He denied any involvement and described his battle with the killer he described as “bushy-haired” (Linder). After a police investigation, Dr. Sam Sheppard was convicted of second degree murder and sentenced to life in prison. With the hectic media covering it, they were quick in decision that it was him that committed the murder. This was an unfair trial, ruined a man’s life, and gave him no time for a career. With the help from F. Lee Bailey, who spent five years appealing the verdict; all the way to the Supreme Court, released Sheppard from prison granting retrial for inherently prejudicial publicity (Rompalske 20).
Manson visited the house asking for Melcher, but was turned away as Melcher had moved. On August 9, 1969 Manson and his “family” returned to the house and killed Tate, her unborn child and four guest that were visiting Tate at the time. Her husband was on vacation at this time. This murder was one of the most world wide known murders out of all of Mansons murders.
The Night Stalker Richard Ramirez is an infamous serial murderer who terrorized Los Angeles, California in 1985. The media gave him the name the “Night Stalker” when he was on his vicious rampage of forcing himself into the homes of his victims late at night and committing his heinous crimes. Though he was only convicted of thirteen murders, he had many more victims. His crimes were so random, disorganized, and impulsive that the law enforcement officials of Los Angeles had no luck finding Ramirez for months as he grew increasingly more violent. (Tripod.com, 2012) Finally, in August of 1985, the police had enough information from many of his victims to release a sketch of him to the media.
1990- Dr. Jack Kevorkian performs his first assisted suicide, using a homemade machine, to end the life of Alzheimer's patient Janet Adkins. Meanwhile, after protracted legal wrangling, the parents of Nancy Cruzan, who has been in a coma for seven years, are allowed to remove her feeding tube. Friends and co-workers testify in court that she would not have wanted to live. 1991- Hemlock Society founder Derek Humphry first publishes "Final Exit." The controversial suicide "how-to" book later becomes a national best seller.
His first two victims were two Fresno state students Mary Ann Pesce and Anita Luchessa both of them murdered. After killing them he chopped off the heads and hands, than had sexually acts with the bodies and heads at his apartment when his friend was gone before discarding the bodies. Later the year he did the same thing to 15 year-old Aiko Koo. The following year he picked up and murder Cindy Schall. Taking her to his mother’s house and doing the same things he did with his other victims.
He escaped custody at least twice before he went on a murderous rampage. He murdered 2 women in Chi Omega at FSU and was caught due to bite marks he left on one of the victims. In the end, Ted Bundy was sentenced to 3 death penalties and was executed on January 24, 1989 by electric
After a while Elizabeth and Kurt are found murdered and Shay is convicted with the murder. The trial starts and all the jury agrees that he is guilty and should be sentenced with death penalty however, one of the jury members was hesitant to sentence him, but the jury manages to convince him. Eleven years later shay is moved to the I-tire prison next to the cell of Lucius DuFresne a homosexual who murdered his lover after he found him cheating on him, also he has HIV. Shay tells him that he wants to save a little girl whom he saw on TV who needs a heart. The girl on TV is the daughter of June, Claire who has a terminal heart disease.