When Ted Bundy, the notorious serial killer who raped and murdered more than 30 women, was put on trial in 1979, women from all over the world sent him fan mail. Many of these letters included nude pictures, and some of them even contained marriage proposals, according to Stephen Michaud, co-author of Ted Bundy: Conversations with a Killer. During Bundy's trial, women (referred to as "groupies") would show up to the courtroom wearing their hair parted down the middle and hoop earrings, on...


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