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    outline Theodore Robert Bundy

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    Victims

    May 1973: Unknown hitchhiker (suspected)
    Jan. 4, 1974: Karen Sparks (survived). Battered in her bed as she slept. Remained comatose for several months, but eventually awoke.
    Feb. 1, 1974: Lynda Healy (21). Battered unconscious while asleep and abducted from the house she shared with other University of Washington co-eds.
    Mar. 12, 1974: Donna Manson (19).
    Apr. 17, 1974: Susan Rancourt
    May 6, 1974: Roberta Kathleen Parks (22).
    June 1, 1974: Brenda Ball (22).
    June 11, 1974: Georgeann Hawkins
    July 14, 1974: Janice Ott (23) and Denise Naslund (19), both from Lake Sammamish State Park.
    Sept. 1974: Unknown hitchhiker
    Oct. 2, 1974: Nancy Wilcox (16).
    Oct. 18, 1974: Melissa Smith (17).
    Oct. 31, 1974: Laura Aime (17).
    Nov. 8, 1974: Carol DaRonch (19, survived). Escaped Bundy by jumping from his moving car.
    Nov. 8, 1974: Debbie Kent (17). Vanished hours after DaRonch escaped from Bundy.
    Jan. 12, 1975: Caryn Campbell (23).
    Mar. 15, 1975: Julie Cunningham (26).
    Apr. 4, 1975: Denise Oliverson (25).
    May 6, 1975: Lynette Culver (13).
    June 27, 1975: Susan Curtis (15).
    Jan. 15, 1978: Lisa Levy (20), Margaret Bowman (21), Karen Chandler (survived), Kathy Kleiner (survived). The Chi Omega killings.
    Jan. 15, 1978: Cheryl Thomas (survived). Bludgeoned in her bed, eight blocks away from the Chi Omega house.
    Feb. 9, 1978: Kimberly Leach (12).
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    Debra Jean Kent
    Missing since November 8, 1974 from Bountiful, Utah.
    Classification: Involuntary


    Vital Statistics Date Of Birth: 1958
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 17 years old
    Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Long, brown hair.


    <HR>Circumstances of Disappearance
    Debra Kent disappeared after attending a high school play with her parents. They dropped her younger brother off at the local skating rink and went on to the high school. Debbie offered to pick up her brother while her parents stayed behind at the school, and hurried away to the parking lot around 10:30 pm. Several people who lived near the school later admitted to hearing 2 short, terrified screams between 10:30 and 11.
    Debby's brother waited at the rink, leaving the parents waiting til midnight. When they realized theirs was the only car left in the parking lot, they immediately called the Bountiful police. Later, a father told police he'd arrived late at the play and saw a light colored VW Bug racing away from the school. A small handcuff key was found in the parking lot. Nothing else was turned up.
    Ted Bundy confessed to Debbie's murder before his execution. She has never been found.
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    Nancy Wilcox
    Missing since October 2, 1974 from Holladay, Salt Lake County, Utah.
    Classification: Involuntary


    Vital Statistics
    • Age at Time of Disappearance: 16 years old
    • Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Brown hair.


    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Nancy Wilcox disappeared from Holladay, near Salt Lake City, Utah on October 2, 1974. Wilcox was last seen riding in a VW bug similar to serial killer, Ted Bundy's and was likely Bundy's first victim in Utah.
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    Donna Gail Manson
    Missing since March 12, 1974 from Olympia, Washington.
    Classification: Endangered Missing

    Vital Statistics Date Of Birth: 1956
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 19 years old
    Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'0"; 100 lbs.
    Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Long, dark hair.
    Clothing: Manson was last seen wearing blue slacks, a top striped in red, orange, and green, and a fuzzy black maxi-coat. She also wore a brown agate ring and a Bulova wristwatch.


    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Manson was a student at the Evergreen State College in Olympia in 1974. She was last seen headed for a jazz concert on the campus. She was not reported as a missing person for six days, as she often hitchhiked to nearby locales.
    Serial-killer Ted Bundy confessed to her murder before his execution. He claimed that her partial skeleton had been recovered by authorities on March 3, 1975 at Taylor Mountain, Washington, but had not been identified. Bundy's statement has never been confirmed.
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    Anne Marie Burr
    Missing since August 13, 1961 from Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington
    Classification: Endangered Missing


    Vital Statistics
    • Age at Time of Disappearance: 8 years old
    • Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 4'2"; 35 lbs.
    • Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Blonde hair; hazel eyes. Red marks on her left hand.
    • Clothing: Blue flowered nightgown.
    • Jewlery: A religious medal with engraved images of Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary.
    • Dentals: Available


    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Burr was last seen in her home in Tacoma, Washington on the night of August 13, 1962.
    She shared her bedroom with her three-year-old sister, who had a broken arm at the time. In the middle of the night, Burr brought her sister to their parents' room because she was crying. Their parents told them to go back to bed.
    Burr's mother got up at 5:30 a.m. The front door had been locked and chained the evening before, but Burr's mother found it open. A small living room window which had been closed the night before was also open, and a bench underneath the window had been overturned. Footprints were found outside the house, but they had been distorted by rainy weather and no one could tell if they were from a man, a woman or a child. There was no sign of Burr anywhere and no sign of a struggle in her bedroom. Her two brothers, who slept in the basement, and her sister had not been disturbed, and the family dog had not barked.
    Burr's disappearance was treated as an abduction from the beginning. Authorities theorized that she was possibly taken by someone she knew. They investigated convicted sex offenders living in the neighborhood, but could link no one to her disappearance.
    The case grew cold and remained so until the serial killer Theodore Robert "Ted" Bundy came into the spotlight in the 1970s. A photograph of Bundy is posted below this case summary. He was convicted of several murders and is suspected in scores more, including in the disappearances of Georgeann Hawkins,
    Debra Kent, Donna Manson, Denise Oliverson, and Nancy Wilcox.
    He was executed in Florida in 1989.

    Bundy lived only blocks from Burr's home at the time of her disappearance, and he knew her. Burr's relatives say he and the child were friendly with each other and he could have convinced her to leave her home with him. He was only 14 years old when she disappeared and was not suspected until the other killings came to light over fifteen years later. It is worth noting that Bundy confessed to many murders he had not been charged with, but always denied involvement in Burr's presumed abduction. Nonetheless, many people believe she was his first victim.
    Burr was about to begin the third grade at school when she vanished. She is described as an intelligent but shy child.
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    Georgeann Hawkins
    Missing since June 11, 1974 from Seattle, Washington.
    Classification: Non-family Abduction


    Vital Statistics Date Of Birth: 1957
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 18 years old
    Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'2", 115 lbs.
    Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Long dark hair; brown eyes.
    Clothing: A white t-shirt, a red, white, and blue top and blue slacks.


    Circumstances of Disappearance
    On June 10th, Hawkins and a sorority sister had gone to party and had a couple of mixed drinks. Georgeann then left to stop by her boyfriend's room and say goodnight to him on her way back to her own dorm, which was just 6 houses down from him. She was a very cautious girl and rarely walked anywhere alone, but the street was so well lighted, and hardly deserted. She visited her boyfriend and then headed for the street. A friend called out of a window to her, and they chatted for a few minutes. She said goodnight and walked 30 feet away before he stuck his head back in through the window. 2 other male friends remembered seeing her cover the last 20 feet before disappearing around the corner. She only had 40 feet to go in the brightly lit alley.
    Georgeann's roommate knew something was wrong when she didn't arrive 2 hours later, and she called Georgeann's boyfriend and learned she had left his place at 1 am. She woke the housemother, and together they waited for the girl. They called the police in the morning, and because of other disappearances in the area, the Seattle police took action immediately. They later learned that a housemother had awaken to a high scream. She'd thought it was a few of the students horsing around, and went back to sleep.
    Ted Bundy confessed to Georgeann Hawkins murder before his execution. She has never been found.
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    Denise Lynn Oliverson
    Missing since April 6, 1975 from Grand Junction, Colorado.
    Classification: Endangered Missing


    Vital Statistics
    • Date Of Birth: August 10, 1950
    • Age at Time of Disappearance: 25 years old
    • Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'4"; 105 lbs.
    • Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Brown hair; blue eyes.
    • Marks, Scars: Acne, lump on back of right hand.
    • Clothing: Levi pants, green long sleeved Indian print blouse.
    • Dentals: Available
    • Circumstances of Disappearance
    On April 6, 1975 Denise Oliverson decided to go for a bike ride to visit her parents in Grand Junction after having an argument with her husband. When she didn't return that evening he assumed she had decided to stay the night at her parents. She never arrived at her parents house.
    The next day her bicycle and sandals were found under a viaduct near a railroad bridge close to the Colorado River, on U.S. Route 50, along the route she would have taken.
    Her body would have been placed in the Colorado River five miles west of Grand Junction. It was not buried.
    It is suspected she is a victim of serial killer Ted Bundy. Bundy said he dumped her body into the Colorado River
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    Laurie Lynn Partridge
    Missing since December 4, 1974 from Spokane, Spokane County, Washington
    Classification: Non-Family Abduction



    Vital Statistics Date Of Birth: May 31, 1957
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 17 years old
    Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'0; 110 pounds
    Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Blonde hair; blue eyes.
    Dentals: Available
    Marks, Scars: Mole on right cheek
    DNA: Available


    Circumstances of Disappearance
    In December of 1974, Lauire Partridge left Ferris High School early, complaining about not feeling well. Unable to get a ride, she decided to walk the two-plus miles to the home where she lived with her parents and five younger siblings, saying the air might help her feel better.
    The family reported her missing after she failed to show up for work that evening at Lincoln Heights Theater.
    The contents of her purse were located two days later (December 6, 1974) near the location where she was last seen.
    Initially, sheriff's deputies thought she might have run away from home, given her displeasure when the family moved to Spokane from California, but by the time she vanished she had started working on the high school newspaper and was on the drill team. Detectives staked out a Beach Boys concert to which Partridge's father had given her tickets but didn't see her, eventually learning that the tickets had been used but too late to determine by whom. Three people were questioned by detectives, including one who later turned out to be serial killer Ted Bundy, but none panned out.
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    I still can not believe bundy.He had the smarts to do anything with his life,but he had to do this to innocent people.He could have made his family proud,instead he made them ashamed.He desreved the death penalty.That's why he picked florida,he knew they had the death penalty.

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    List of confirmed, confessed and suspected Bundy victims

    JANUARY 25, 1989

    Ted Bundy at one time was considered a suspect in the deaths or disappearances of up to 36 women in Western states. Here is a list of people he is convicted of killing, the women he confessed to killing since Friday, and cases in which he was called a suspect.

    Convictions Margaret Bowman, 21, and Lisa Levy, 20, bludgeoned and strangled Jan. 15, 1978, at the Chi Omega sorority house at Florida State University, Tallahassee. Bundy was convicted of murder.

    Kimberly Leach, 12, who disappeared Feb. 9, 1978, from her junior high school in Lake City. Her strangled body was found in an abandoned pig sty in April 1978, 32 miles west of Lake City. Bundy was convicted of rape and murder in her death, for which he was executed Tuesday.

    Suspected involvement IDAHO

    Bundy confessed to killing two people in Idaho. Authorities had never previously linked him to any killings in the state, but said Tuesday they were reasonably certain Bundy abducted Lynette Culver, 12, from her Pocatello junior high school on May 6, 1975, and killed her. The body never has been found.

    COLORADO

    Bundy confessed to the slayings of:

    Caryn Campbell, 24, a nurse from Dearborn, Mich., who was vacationing in Aspen and disappeared Jan. 12, 1975 from Wildwood Lodge near Snowmass. Her body was found five weeks later. Bundy had been charged in this slaying.

    Julie Cunningham, 26, a ski shop employee in Vail. Disappeared March 15, 1975, in Vail.

    Bundy is suspected in slayings or disappearances of:

    Denise Lynn Oliverson, 24, of Grand Junction. Disappeared April 6, 1975, while riding her bicycle near her home.

    Melanie Suzanne Cooley, 18. Disappeared April 15, 1975, in Nederland. Body found May 3 in Coal Creek Canyon.

    Shelley K. Robertson, 24, Denver. Disappeared June 30, 1975. Body found in Berthoud Pass mine shaft.

    OREGON

    Title: List of confirmed, confessed and suspected Bundy victims
    Date: JANUARY 25, 1989

    Ted Bundy at one time was considered a suspect in the deaths or disappearances of up to 36 women in Western states. Here is a list of people he is convicted of killing, the women he confessed to killing since Friday, and cases in which he was called a suspect. Convictions

    Margaret Bowman, 21, and Lisa Levy, 20, bludgeoned and strangled Jan. 15, 1978, at the Chi Omega sorority house at Florida State University, Tallahassee. Bundy was convicted of murder. Kimberly Leach, 12, who disappeared Feb. 9, 1978, from her junior high school in Lake City. Her strangled body was found in an abandoned pig sty in April 1978, 32 miles west of Lake City. Bundy was convicted of rape and murder in her death, for which he was executed Tuesday. Suspected involvement IDAHO

    Bundy confessed to killing two people in Idaho. Authorities had never previously linked him to any killings in the state, but said Tuesday they were reasonably certain Bundy abducted Lynette Culver, 12, from her Pocatello junior high school on May 6, 1975, and killed her. The body never has been found. COLORADO

    Bundy confessed to the slayings of:

    Caryn Campbell, 24, a nurse from Dearborn, Mich., who was vacationing in Aspen and disappeared Jan. 12, 1975 from Wildwood Lodge near Snowmass. Her body was found five weeks later. Bundy had been charged in this slaying.

    Julie Cunningham, 26, a ski shop employee in Vail. Disappeared March 15, 1975, in Vail.

    Bundy is suspected in slayings or disappearances of:

    Denise Lynn Oliverson, 24, of Grand Junction. Disappeared April 6, 1975, while riding her bicycle near her home.

    Melanie Suzanne Cooley, 18. Disappeared April 15, 1975, in Nederland. Body found May 3 in Coal Creek Canyon.

    Shelley K. Robertson, 24, Denver. Disappeared June 30, 1975. Body found in Berthoud Pass mine shaft. OREGON


    He was suspected in the deaths of:

    Rita Lorraine Jolly, 17, who vanished from West Linn in June 1973. Her body was never found.

    Vicki Lynn Hollar, 24, who disappeared from Eugene in August 1973. Her body also was never found.

    UTAH

    Authorities said Bundy confessed to eight slayings, including:

    Melissa Smith, 17, Midvale, last seen at a restaurant near Fashion Place Mall, October 1974. Her body was found Oct. 27, 1974.

    Laura Anne Aime, 17, Salem, who disappeared Oct. 31, 1974. Her body was found that November in a canyon between Salt Lake City and Provo.

    Nancy Baird, 23, a mother who disappeared July 4, 1975, from a Layton service station where she worked.

    Nancy Wilcox, 16, a cheerleader who was last seen Oct. 3, 1974, in a yellow Volkswagen driven by Bundy. Her body was never found.

    Debi Kent, 17, who disappeared Nov. 8, 1974, when she left a high school play in the Salt Lake City suburb of Bountiful.

    The Salt Lake Tribune quoted unidentified sources Monday as saying authorities were adding the names of Sandra Weaver, a Wisconsin native who had lived in Tooele until her death in 1974, and Brigham Young University student Sue Curtis, who disappeared in 1975.

    Salt Lake police suspected Bundy in the death of Debbie Smith, 17, whose body was found April 1, 1976, near the Salt Lake City Airport.

    WASHINGTONHe confessed to the slayings of:

    Roberta Kathleen Parks, 20, who disappeared May 6, 1974, from Oregon State University in Corvallis, Ore. Her bludgeoned body was found a year later east of Seattle.

    Lynda Ann Healy, 21, a University of Washington student who vanished from her basement bedroom near the Seattle campus Feb. 1, 1974.

    Donna Gail Manson, 19, who left her dorm room at Evergreen State College near Olympia about a month later to attend a campus jazz concert and never returned.

    Susan Rancourt, 18, of Anchorage, Alaska, a student at Central Washington State College in Ellensburg, who left a meeting of prospective dorm counselors April 17, 1974, and disappeared.
    He was suspected in the deaths of:

    Rita Lorraine Jolly, 17, who vanished from West Linn in June 1973. Her body was never found.

    Vicki Lynn Hollar, 24, who disappeared from Eugene in August 1973. Her body also was never found. UTAH

    Authorities said Bundy confessed to eight slayings, including:

    Melissa Smith, 17, Midvale, last seen at a restaurant near Fashion Place Mall, October 1974. Her body was found Oct. 27, 1974.

    Laura Anne Aime, 17, Salem, who disappeared Oct. 31, 1974. Her body was found that November in a canyon between Salt Lake City and Provo.

    Nancy Baird, 23, a mother who disappeared July 4, 1975, from a Layton service station where she worked.

    Nancy Wilcox, 16, a cheerleader who was last seen Oct. 3, 1974, in a yellow Volkswagen driven by Bundy. Her body was never found.

    Debi Kent, 17, who disappeared Nov. 8, 1974, when she left a high school play in the Salt Lake City suburb of Bountiful.

    The Salt Lake Tribune quoted unidentified sources Monday as saying authorities were adding the names of Sandra Weaver, a Wisconsin native who had lived in Tooele until her death in 1974, and Brigham Young University student Sue Curtis, who disappeared in 1975.

    Salt Lake police suspected Bundy in the death of Debbie Smith, 17, whose body was found April 1, 1976, near the Salt Lake City Airport. WASHINGTON

    He confessed to the slayings of:

    Roberta Kathleen Parks, 20, who disappeared May 6, 1974, from Oregon State University in Corvallis, Ore. Her bludgeoned body was found a year later east of Seattle. Lynda Ann Healy, 21, a University of Washington student who vanished from her basement bedroom near the Seattle campus Feb. 1, 1974.

    Donna Gail Manson, 19, who left her dorm room at Evergreen State College near Olympia about a month later to attend a campus jazz concert and never returned.

    Susan Rancourt, 18, of Anchorage, Alaska, a student at Central Washington State College in Ellensburg, who left a meeting of prospective dorm counselors April 17, 1974, and disappeared.
    Brenda Ball, 22, was last seen leaving a Seattle tavern on June 1, 1974, looking for a ride.

    Georgann Hawkins, 18, a University of Washington student who vanished June 11, 1974, as she walked down a brightly lit alley to her sorority house.

    Janice Ott, 23, and Denise Naslund, 19, who disappeared July 14, 1974, from Lake Sammamish State Park, east of Seattle.

    Bundy is suspected in slayings or disappearances of:

    Carol Valenzuela, 20, disappeared in August 1974 from Vancouver. Her remains were found near Yacolt, northeast of Vancouver, along with the remains of a young woman in her late teens or early 20s whose identity was never determined. The Seattle Times reported Sunday that Bundy told investigators he may not have been responsible for some of the slayings attributed to him, such as the Valenzuela killing.

    The bones of five of the young women were found in late 1974 and early 1975 in two sites east of Seattle.

    Authorities had wanted to question Bundy in the death of Ann Marie Burr, an 8-year-old girl in Bundy\'s hometown of Tacoma, Wash., who was killed when Bundy was in his early teens; the death of a 15-year-old Olympia girl, and several deaths of girls or young women in Vancouver more than a decade ago.


    Brenda Ball, 22, was last seen leaving a Seattle tavern on June 1, 1974, looking for a ride.

    Georgann Hawkins, 18, a University of Washington student who vanished June 11, 1974, as she walked down a brightly lit alley to her sorority house.

    Janice Ott, 23, and Denise Naslund, 19, who disappeared July 14, 1974, from Lake Sammamish State Park, east of Seattle.

    Bundy is suspected in slayings or disappearances of:

    Carol Valenzuela, 20, disappeared in August 1974 from Vancouver. Her remains were found near Yacolt, northeast of Vancouver, along with the remains of a young woman in her late teens or early 20s whose identity was never determined. The Seattle Times reported Sunday that Bundy told investigators he may not have been responsible for some of the slayings attributed to him, such as the Valenzuela killing.

    The bones of five of the young women were found in late 1974 and early 1975 in two sites east of Seattle.

    Authorities had wanted to question Bundy in the death of Ann Marie Burr, an 8-year-old girl in Bundy's hometown of Tacoma, Wash., who was killed when Bundy was in his early teens; the death of a 15-year-old Olympia girl, and several deaths of girls or young women in Vancouver more than a decade ago.
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