November 28, 2016
Heather posted an update on her CrowdRise fundraiser about her progress since her terrifying attack by possible serial killer (or serial killer in training), Neal Falls. She says that things are now looking up for her.
As some of you may or may not know, there was a lot of drama surrounding her fundraisers. Initially someone began a charity in her name and then proceeded to accuse her of being a drug addict and attempted to force her to get out of the sex industry. This person even threatened to hold her money until she agreed to enter into some form of rehab program, which is against the law. Eventually her funds were released to her, as they should have been in the first place.
Some may disagree with me, but she above anyone else should realize the dangers associated with her line of work. As a consenting adult, I…
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I have often wondered what we might have learned from Ted Bundy if he were still alive today. Granted he was a horrible monster and did deserve to die but I can’t help but wonder if he should have been kept alive to study his mind. I think if he were alive today he might have been able to help us understand how a serial killer thinks and get a better view into their sinister minds. I also believe that if Ted was still alive he might have eventually lead us to a lot of unanswered questions…for example…where he placed little Ann Marie Burrs body and give us the exact number of murders he had actually committed. One thing that I noticed in several things I’ve studied about Ted Bundy is that when it comes to children he really doesn’t want to talk about what he did as easily as he does the adult women he murdered. I believe that in Ted’s mind it would make him really look like a monster if his mother was to hear him confess to killing young kids like Ann Marie Burr and also his last victim who was only 12 years old when Ted stole her life from her and left her dead body in a pig pen. How much lower can you go? Ted’s mind was just so screwed up and I really would like to know how he actually became the monster that he was.