Idaho college massacre similar to Ted Bundy's feverish Florida rampage: expert

November 24, 2022 at 14:28

The University of Idaho murders share eerie similarities with Ted Bundy's homicidal attack on the Chi Omega sorority and Danny Rolling's killing spree in a Florida college town, experts say.
"It's strikingly similar to the Ted Bundy attack," said Matt Hoggatt, a retired criminal investigator with the Jackson County Sheriff's Department in Mississippi.
"Bundy had knowledge of the victims in the house, and it was a sort of frenzied attack with extreme violence."
Each victim had multiple stab wounds to the torso and some had defensive injuries, according to Latah County Coroner Cathy Mabbutt.
"Bundy enjoyed the hunt and the actual climax up to the murder.
After fleeing the crime scene, he broke into the nearby apartment of a University of Florida student and brutally beat her before a neighbor scared him off.
"Bundy enjoyed the hunt and the actual climax up to the murder.
The Idaho college killer spared two roommates and a dog and didn't sexually assault any of the victims, officials said.
Idaho authorities have yet to identify a suspect or determine whether the assailant acted alone.
After learning of the quadruple homicide, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan said the first case that popped into his mind was serial killer Danny Rolling, also known as the Gainesville Ripper, whose crimes inspired Wes Craven's 1996 horror film "Scream."
IDAHO POLICE MAY BE PROBING WHETHER KILLER HID IN THE WOODS BEFORE COLLEGE COED MASSACREIn August 1990, Rolling knifed five students to death in Gainesville, Florida, during a four-day killing spree.
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