Rebecca Morris in the Media

Television

ABC's 20/20

Morris helps ABC's 20/20 explore the psyche of Ted Bundy. During the 1970s, the notorious serial killer had murdered dozens of women on a rampage that took him across the Pacific Northwest and eventually to Florida. Watch the full episode.

Read Ted and Ann, the story of one of the 20th century’s most fascinating cold cases.

Crimestoppers

Morris talks about the Ann Marie Burr – Ted Bundy connection. She first wrote about the disappearance of Ann Marie Burr in 2007 for The Seattle Times. The story led to her friendship with Ann’s mother, Beverly Burr, who Morris spent hundreds of hours talking with before Burr died in 2008. Read the full story.

Read Ted and Ann, the story of one of the 20th century’s most fascinating cold cases.

KOMO-TV

Morris discusses the disappearance of Susan Cox Powell, one of the Northwest's most disturbing mysteries. Read the full story.

Read If I Can't Have You, the definitive account of the disappearance of Susan Cox Powell.

KOMO-TV

Morris talks about the disappearance of Ann Marie Burr and the possibility that Ted Bundy was her killer. Read the full story.

Read Ted and Ann, the story of one of the 20th century’s most fascinating cold cases.

Newspaper

Seattle Times

Ted Bundy’s ghost still haunts the Northwest

“There’s a danger in romanticizing him and mythologizing him,” said Morris, whose 2013 book “Ted and Ann,” suggests that Bundy killed an 8-year-old neighbor girl in 1961. “Lost in all the Ted Bundy myth and charisma is how vicious his crimes were. Because this wasn’t just … these were very vicious deaths.” Read more.

Corvallis Gazette-Times

Corvallis native writes book about 1967 unsolved murder of her classmate

“I’ve been reporting on people who do terrible things to each other for a very long time,” Morris said. “(The families) don’t find closure. I think they find a way to live with what happened.” Read more.

New York Post

The sex-crazed Amish man who ‘plotted’ to murder his wife

In 2009, the Amish community was rocked by the murder of one of their own, Barbara Weaver, in Apple Creek, Ohio. Even more shocking was when her husband, Eli, was charged with aggravated murder. It was only the third time an Amish man was suspected of killing his wife in the 250 years the Amish have lived in America. Read more.

Radio

Blog Talk Radio

If I Can't Have You

Blog Talk Radio

A Murder in My Hometown

Blog Talk Radio

Ted and Ann