It may not be the Lincoln Memorial or the Smithsonian, but the 1968 Volkswagen Beetle driven by Ted Bundy, one of the most prolific serial murderers in history, is now a tourist attraction at the National Museum of Crime and Punishment in the nationÍs capitol, February 22, 2010. Janine Vaccarello, the museum's COO, stands in front of the car in Washington, D.C.
It may not be the Lincoln Memorial or the Smithsonian, but the 1968 Volkswagen Beetle driven by Ted Bundy, one of the most prolific serial murderers in history, is now a tourist attraction at the National Museum of Crime and Punishment in the nationÍs capitol, February 22, 2010. Janine Vaccarello, the museum's COO, stands in front of the car in Washington, D.C. MCT
It may not be the Lincoln Memorial or the Smithsonian, but the 1968 Volkswagen Beetle driven by Ted Bundy, one of the most prolific serial murderers in history, is now a tourist attraction at the National Museum of Crime and Punishment in the nationÍs capitol, February 22, 2010. Janine Vaccarello, the museum's COO, stands in front of the car in Washington, D.C. MCT

Yeah, it's creepy: Museum shows Ted Bundy's VW

February 22, 2010 01:51 PM

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