Janice Ott














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Janice Ott






Janice Ott was a very attractive young lady with a slender frame.  She stood at a petite 5 feet with beautiful, long blonde hair that was parted in the middle and came down to her mid back!  Her hair sparkled in the sun looking just radiant.  She arrived to Sammamish Park in a halter top and cut off jean shorts while riding a yellow tiger 10 speed bike (The Riverman 3).  She was looking sexy, and all of us young ladies make an effort to look sexy when in the company of numerous handsome gentlemen!  She took off her clothes to reveal a form fitting black bikini.  She even caught the eye of a DEA officer who was also tanning (The Riverman 4).  She desired what any young lady desired.  She wanted to attract a handsome gentleman in her bikini, get a beautiful sun tan where you could see the tan lines and go for a dip in the water!  Ahh...so refreshing!  This was the 70s.  It was a time before tanning beds and a complete nude tan came into fashion.  Unfortunately, Janice would not get that simple luxury!  While she was tanning, an attractive Ted stood over her and casted a shadow.  He said "Excuse me, could you help me move my sail boat.  I can't do it by myself because I broke my arm."  Janice being outgoing and friendly, flirtaciously replied, "Under one condition that I get a ride in that sail boat.  I don't know how to sail."  Ted replied, "It should be easy to teach you." (The Riverman 8).  Unfortunately, the deal was made, and Janice had no idea that she was about to meet the true monster lurking underneath this attractive and charming facade.  Janice Ott would was decapitated.  Ted so disgustingly took her head to his apartment with him for his later, sick pleasures!  If you think Janice's head was the only one to be taken to his home, you are dead wrong! 
 
Janice's head was later found, but Janice's remains would never be found because the terrain had changed so much in 15 years when Ted Bundy finally confessed to Bob Keppel where her remains were right before he was executed!  Ted was trying to save his own life at that time.  He also never wanted to admit that he had killed poor Janice or any of the other young women because he did not wish to be viewed as a "bad person."  He was viewed even worse.  He will always be remembered as a monster.

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