A Man with no fear “Necrophilia" "I did like you to give my love to my family and friends." Ted Bundy “A Qualitative Analysis”


  • Atif Rasool
  • Saira Majid
  • Amjad Rasool
  • Nasir Mehmood


Ted Bundy, Serial Killer, Psychopathy, Necrophilia, Victimology, Criminal Profiling, IPA


Ted Bundy was a notorious serial killer who terrorized the United States in the 1970s. He was responsible for the deaths of at least 30 young women and girls. Bundy had a troubled childhood, with an absent father and an abusive grandfather. He struggled to fit in with his peers and was often described as shy and introverted. The objective of the study is a critical analysis what underlying psychological factors may have contributed to Ted Bundy's behavior and actions towards his victims? How did Ted Bundy's upbringing and personal history shape his personality and contribute to his criminal activities? And what can we learn from studying Ted Bundy's case in terms of identifying and preventing similar behaviors in individuals with similar profiles. The data was collect from Content analysis is used to analyze various forms of media related to Ted Bundy, such as news articles, documentaries, or social media post. The data was collected from the various articles, literature, websites, YouTube & Netflix documentaries, movies, books, through studying the life and crimes of Ted Bundy, we used IPA analysis to understand the behaviors so can gain insight into the mind of a psychopath and the ways in which they can manipulate and deceive those around them. It is important to continue researching and analyzing cases like Bundy's in order to better understand and prevent similar crimes in the future.