Standing in her dining room in Tacoma, Louise Bundy, mother of convicted murderer Ted Bundy, wipes away a tear as she tells her son, 'You will always be my precious son.' He was executed minutes later.
Standing in her dining room in Tacoma, Louise Bundy, mother of convicted murderer Ted Bundy, wipes away a tear as she tells her son, 'You will always be my precious son.' He was executed minutes later. Russ Carmack Staff file, 1989
Standing in her dining room in Tacoma, Louise Bundy, mother of convicted murderer Ted Bundy, wipes away a tear as she tells her son, 'You will always be my precious son.' He was executed minutes later. Russ Carmack Staff file, 1989

Mother of Ted Bundy defended him always

January 10, 2013 12:00 AM

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