Thursday, February 18, 2010

Death car

Ted Bundy's creepy VW Beetle, in which he murdered some of his victims, is on display at the Natrional Museum of Crime & Punishment in Washington, D.C.

Excerpt: "Of all the notorious cars in the world -- the white Ford Bronco that O.J. Simpson rode in, the D.C. snipers' shabby Caprice retrofitted with gun placements -- Bundy's Bug may be the most notorious because it was so intimately connected to its owner's crimes. Bundy killed in this car is the frisson you're supposed to feel when looking at something that was more than a tool, but a container for death."

2 comments:

Popcultureconfessional said...

I can't think of anything more dull than seeing murderers' cars on display regardless of whether a crime was committed within or not. How does this museum stay open?!

Cash for Junk Cars said...

whoa!! too creepy!