These are some of the young women who will never be forgotten!
Janice Ott and Denise Nusland are the two young ladies that disappeared at Sammamish State Park in Seattle, Washington on
July, 14, 1974. Another young lady I recognize is Melissa Smith who disappeared from Utah. The youngest lady who
was only 12 years of age was missing from Lake City FL on February, 13, 1978.
Ted carried around his bag o' horrors around with him in his car!
I cannot imagine the suffering and hell that these poor, young ladies went through! This is a picture of the bag that
was taken from his car when he was pulled over by a Utah State Patrol officer! He claimed that he had these items for
hunting, sporting and cutting down trees! Sure? He was hunting for young women! Some of these horrific
items include a crow bar with duct tape on the handle, lock picking tools, a nylon mask, a ski mask, a hacksaw and rope.
Did I leave anything out? Imagine what these poor women must have endured?
Here is Ted's "Most Wanted" poster that was distributed mainly
around CO, but it was also distributed in many other West & East coast states to warn young, slender ladies with their
hair parted in the middle that Ted was a psycho path driven to rape & kill them. Law enforcement especially alerted
college coeds, since *Ted* blended in with that particular crowd. I'm glad I wasn't around then. However, I feel
sorry for those young ladies who faced his wrath.
Here is another "wanted poster" of Ted Bundy mainly distributed
in CO after his second escape. Law enforcement wanted to show how easy it was for Ted to change his looks. He
could go from looking like a student to the role of a young college professor. His chameleon qualities made him even
more "dangerous" and harder to capture!
Ted swears that he is innocent of any crimes that he is being
accused. "I'll swear I'm innocent right now" were his statements. How sickening! Unfortunately, he
was glorified by the media for being a good looking man who was different from prior killers. "Your looks
could kill" is just an expression. Good looks aren't really supposed to kill somone. I think that the media craze
went too far. The young ladies who would only be remembered as his victims deserved attention, respect &
much love, NOT Ted.
These are the many faces of Ted. He was extremely hard to
capture and be brought to justice not just because of his methodology. He was also an expert of disguise. He had
thought of everything that made it almost impossible to capture him. Thank God, a brave young lady named Carol DaRonche
identified him in a UT line up as being "the mad man" who kidnapped her from the Murray Mall in UT. She fought
for her life, but she came very close to death. Carol DaRonche ultimately ended his life as a serial killer. She
remarked, "It was either fight or die!" I am glad she had the courage to fight! I wouldn't even want to imagine
him out there today. Just reading about him is "spooky."