This July 18, 1979, photo, shows forensic odontologist Dr. Richard Souviron pointing to a blown-up photograph of accused murderer Theodore Bundy's teeth during Bundy's murder trial in Miami, Fla. Souviron, one of the prosecution's key witnesses, showed the jury that only Bundy's teeth could have made the bite marks discovered on the buttocks of one of the slain co-eds in the Chi Omega murder case. (AP Photo)

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This  July 18, 1979, photo,  shows forensic odontologist Dr. Richard Souviron pointing to a blown-up photograph of accused murderer Theodore Bundy's teeth during Bundy's murder trial in Miami, Fla. Souviron, one of the prosecution's key witnesses, showed the jury that only Bundy's teeth could have made the bite marks discovered on the buttocks of one of the slain co-eds in the Chi Omega murder case.  (AP Photo)
This July 18, 1979, photo, shows forensic odontologist Dr. Richard Souviron pointing to a blown-up photograph of accused murderer Theodore Bundy's teeth during Bundy's murder trial in Miami, Fla. Souviron, one of the prosecution's key witnesses, showed the jury that only Bundy's teeth could have made the bite marks discovered on the buttocks of one of the slain co-eds in the Chi Omega murder case. (AP Photo)
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