The Liminalist # 299.5: Where Pathology Finds a Home (Ted Bundy: the Untold Story)

Two-episode, 3.5 hr conversation with George K and Thomas Myrtle, on the deep, dark background of Theodore Bundy. (Scroll down for second episode.)

Part One: Narrative Wars (0 – 39 mins)

A diversion into darkness, the conspiratorial perspective vs. the mainstream, narrative wars, the need to exclude data to maintain coherence,  losing the old narratives before establishing new ones, Bundy background, Bundy timeline, Anne Burr as possible first victim, killers created vs. killers recruited, Bundy’s early years, Bundy’s possible intelligence training.

Part Two: Blooding (39 mins – 1 hr 19 mins)

When the killing began, the mind control spectrum, Methodist-military overlaps, born into murder networks, when pathology finds a home, the self-hollowing process, desensitization to killing, getting toughened up, the satanic pursuit of power and pleasure, Sebastian Horsley & Jimmy Boyle, the vice of kings, society’s homicidal pillars, was Bundy caught or thrown to the wolves?, covering up cult murder, when did Ted’s luck turn?, Elizabeth Loftus: satanic asset, Thomas Creed & cult connections, Bundy/Oswald parallels.

Part Three:  Warring Factions (1 hr 19 mins – end)

The complexity of the counter-narrative, was Bundy protected or set-up, or both?, warring factions over Bundy’s fate, creating a back-up patsy, Bundy’s autonomy & competency, Ben Meyers and the Colorado Grand Junction murders, Julie Cunningham, the Bundy/Meyer mirror & the Northwestern pipeline.

Cavdef on Bundy

George’s Talk on The Farm

Songs: “Primitive” by Joy Zipper; “The President Sang Amazing Grace,” and “Mbube (Wimoweh/The Lion Sleeps Tonight)” by Kronos Quartet and Friends; “Only You” by Bodies of Water.

2nd audio: A Knot of Tragedy

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Part One: Cheating Occam’s Razor (0 – 40 mins)

Back to Grand Junction & the CIA, drug traffic and cattle mutilation, Debra Kent & the non-random-victim problem, Donna Manson’s links to occultism and Silva mind control, Richard Alan Miller & MKULTRA, Kimberley Leach, tying disparate threads together, when scapegoating doesn’t work, pitting the have-nots against the have-nots, maintenance of social engineering, Chi Omega: Bundy’s improbable rampage, forensic evidence of another perpetrator, spiking the jury, Emil Spillman & William Joseph Bryan, fake arguments to resolve cognitive dissonance, the temptation to defer judgment, cheating Occam’s razor.

Part Two: More Buried Anomalies (40 mins – 1 hr 22 mins)

Setting Ted up again, closing the book on a host of murders with one shaky conviction, Bundy’s military-provided fake ID, Martin Luther King & James Earl Ray, Chi Omega background, Anne Rule & the Fraser family, Eglin Air Force base, Adam Starchild, Ron Auth, Strategic Air Command network, buried anomalies that raise up false narratives, Bundy’s complicity with the cover-story, edited tapes, Bundy’s own cognitive dissonance shaping the narrative, carrot & whip jail leverage, Richard Speck, Florida State Prison serial killers retirement home, Vote Here, Ralph Munroe Bundy-backer, Stanley Baker & the Process Church.

Part Three: A Circle in the Sand (1 hr 22 mins – end)

Cavdef & election integrity, a moral duty to rig elections, Dominion, Trump’s utility as a tool of division, QAnon & RussiaGate as complementary “trust the plan” psyop, the reverse-marketing of Trump, Trump Derangement Syndrome vs Trump Apologist Syndrome, being re-herded back into the matrix, id vs. superego, choose your brand of derangement, resisting the pull of consensus, community connections, mediated people in a global village, the quest for truth and discomfort, going against programming, a ripple effect, finding the redeemable in Bundy, breaking the cycle of violence, a knot of tragedy.

Songs: “Which Side Are You On?” & “My Ruthless Companion,” by Kronos Quartet and Friends “Mirror,” by The Mekons.

10 thoughts on “The Liminalist # 299.5: Where Pathology Finds a Home (Ted Bundy: the Untold Story)”

  1. Hey Jasun,

    I missed your podcast so much. I don’t know what it is about you: Sardonic but knowing what’s valuable, sedate where others are unreasonably excitable given the topics, lucid amongst the high strangeness, articulate but plain speaking, vulnerable but intrepid, swerving despair but not given to false hope, psychologically astute. A podcast host who is a real whole person, not a persona.
    I’m one of the silent selfish consumers but now I just want to say you’ve made me feel more sane, really, like lights or signposts on the road, and I hope you can still find some time to map whatever intrigues you and let us in on it, but no worries if these must be rare or left behind.
    With brotherly love,
    James

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