Ted Kaczynski Biography
Birthday: May 22, 1942 (Gemini)
Born In: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Theodore John Kaczynski is an infamous American criminal who became known for a campaign of letter bombs he sent by the name ‘Unabomber’. Kaczynski was a mathematics prodigy and had a promising career which he abandoned in 1969 to bring ‘a revolution against the industrial system’. He was always a bright child and showed interest towards Mathematics from an early age. He enrolled into Harvard University and then at University of Michigan. He took the position of assistant professor at University of California at Berkeley. But after a while, he left the job and drifted from his normal life. He went on aimlessly roaming from city to city. Finally in 1971, along with his brother, Kaczynski purchased a plot of land and lived in a cabin that he had built on the land. It was in this house that he wrote the manuscript of ‘Unabomber Manifesto’. Over the course of next 20 years, he delievered a number of letter bombs which resulted in three fatalities. In 1995, Kaczynski went a step ahead and sent out essay on problems of modern society. He wanted the media to give highlight to his essay and even threatened them if they dared to ignore him. Finally, in 1996, he was arrested with the help of his sister-in-law and younger brother, David.