The Other Girlfriends, 1968-1976
Several other women were romantically linked to Ted Bundy besides his well-known girlfriends Diane Edwards, Liz Kloepfer, and Carole Boone. While less discussed than his major relationships, all of these women had interesting stories to share about their time with Ted both before and during his murders.
6 thoughts on “The Other Girlfriends, 1968-1976”
I knew, and briefly dated, one of his earlier girlfriends…I did not find out about this situation, until someone told me about her affidavit to the Seattle Police Department….I just find it so bizarre, that I hung out with a woman who was involved with him!
That’s very interesting! Did you ever talk to her about him?
Fantastic research on these women and their stories. It is all so frightening, yet adds so much insight to how he lived his “normal” life. It was NEVER normal, which makes so much more sense when one tries to understand how such a “nice guy” could do what he did. He was never “nice” and he was escalating all the time – unfortunately for that time period, he got away with behavior towards women that was just tolerated like so many other types of behavior that he wouldn’t get by with now – or at the very least would cause people to stay away or look into his background more closely.
Like!! Thank you for publishing this awesome article.
Thank you for such great research. I’ve often thought that comparing and contrasting the different views written by different authors would be very enlightening and it sure is. Thanks again.