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    Yeah Bundy was a rapist. It was sexual for him.

    Bundy had Fe/Se, just like @KDude says.

    He was either ENFJ or ESTP, IMO.

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    Wait...where did @ZPowers "rape" comment go? Did the forum eat it? I saw it in the Live New Posts.

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    Clarifying Marm's above post: I wrote "It's worth noting Gein never tortured or raped anyone. Bundy, well..." but took it down because I thought we might be getting a bit too off-topic.

    You just replied too quickly, dammit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZPowers View Post
    Clarifying Marm's above post: I wrote "It's worth noting Gein never tortured or raped anyone. Bundy, well..." but took it down because I thought we might be getting a bit too off-topic.

    You just replied too quickly, dammit!
    Yeah I move quickly.

    I don't think it's off-topic that Bundy was a rapist. I think it's a very salient point to mention, though I implied it with how physical and visceral killing was for him, as opposed to obvious NFJ Manson who kept his hands relatively clean, had kooky far-reaching visions, and manipulated a cult of people.

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    I think other proof of Bundy's Se/Ti were his mad escape skills. We could actually almost stereotype him as an STP on his sheer ability to escape prison TWICE. The first time he was able to survive for six days, and the second time he planned it so well he hacked his way through a light fixture and fled the state.

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    It's hard for me to type Ted Bundy because I don't know much about him (on top of other reasons), but I'd say he was probably a TP of some sort because I smell some seriously rotten Fe. Types with both weak Fi and Fe can become unpleasant, but tend to do so in different ways. Ultimately, bad Fi is introverted and will seek to escape/avoid bad social situations. A weak Fi serial kill people because dealing with them becomes too painful and they want that to stop. It's almost sociopathic and lathargic. "I'll kill them because it's easier than actually sorting the problen out." Or maybe "If I kill these people, maybe I'll be able to stop thinking about them." Other times there reason for killing has nothing to do with the victim at all. They just needed some fresh human skin, that's all.

    Brundy on the other hand had a score to settle. His response to rejection was to track the person down, humiliate, torture and then kill them. And after that anyone who had a passing resemblance to them. His emotions drove him to seek out confrontation, not avoid it. That was what he was doing - getting his revenge, over and over again, even after it had ceased to make even the most fucked up sort of sense. His response was extroverted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    It's hard for me to type Ted Bundy because I don't know much about him (on top of other reasons), but I'd say he was probably a TP of some sort because I smell some seriously rotten Fe. Types with both weak Fi and Fe can become unpleasant, but tend to do so in different ways. Ultimately, bad Fi is introverted and will seek to escape/avoid bad social situations. A weak Fi serial kill people because dealing with them becomes too painful and they want that to stop. It's almost sociopathic and lathargic. "I'll kill them because it's easier than actually sorting the problen out." Or maybe "If I kill these people, maybe I'll be able to stop thinking about them." Other times there reason for killing has nothing to do with the victim at all. They just needed some fresh human skin, that's all.

    Brundy on the other hand had a score to settle. His response to rejection was to track the person down, humiliate, torture and then kill them. And after that anyone who had a passing resemblance to them. His emotions drove him to seek out confrontation, not avoid it. That was what he was doing - getting his revenge, over and over again, even after it had ceased to make even the most fucked up sort of sense. His response was extroverted.
    I would need to know more about Bundy himself, and avoid theorizing about function orders until I know more. Your post starts with a theory and then looks for those facts which serve to justify your theory. That is confirmation bias. Reality should come before theory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Yeah Bundy was a rapist. It was sexual for him.

    Bundy had Fe/Se, just like @KDude says.

    He was either ENFJ or ESTP, IMO.
    ENFJ in my opinion. Just from interviews I've seen with him and stuff, my dad's an ENFJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    Brundy on the other hand had a score to settle. His response to rejection was to track the person down, humiliate, torture and then kill them. And after that anyone who had a passing resemblance to them. His emotions drove him to seek out confrontation, not avoid it. That was what he was doing - getting his revenge, over and over again, even after it had ceased to make even the most fucked up sort of sense. His response was extroverted.
    This isn't true. His victims were picked entirely at random. He made a point of never, ever attempting to abduct or kill anyone he had even possibly met before, and in interviews claimed he made a point of staying away from female acquaintances or girlfriends when his "rage was building."

    You might argue he had resentment towards women in general (I'm not sure how true that is either: he was considered handsome and charming by most women who had known him), but he certainly had no personal animosity towards his victims.
    Does he want a pillow for his head?

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    He always picked the same look though; brunette long hair, demurre, etc. Did I hear that they resembled his mother? Or did I just intuit that?
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