I Watched Ted Bundy Die. He Doesn’t Deserve to Be Remembered.
If the current barrage of TV shows and news stories have triggered in me memories I wanted to leave behind, what have they done to the victims who survived Bundy’s brutality?
Ted Bundy jerked back, appearing startled, when he first saw the electric chair inside the execution chamber at the Florida State Prison.
It was 7:02 a.m. Jan. 24, 1989.
I watched, along with 41 other witnesses, as one of America’s most notorious serial killers was strapped into the wooden chair, known by the macabre nickname of “Old Sparky.”