We have many plans and enthusiasm to keep expanding and making Murderpedia a better site, but we really need your help for this. Theodore (Ted) Bundy was wanted for questioning in as many as 36 murders in Colorado, Oregon, Utah, Florida and Washington.
He was recaptured but escaped again, in December 1977, from the Garfield County Jail in Colorado.
He was placed on the FBI's "Ten Most Wanted Fugitives" list and was subsequently arrested, using an alias, by the local authorities in Florida for a stolen car violation in February 1978.
Nine months later, Bundy was arrested fleeing police and handcuffs were found in his car.
She thought that he was a police officer and Bundy later showed her a badge.
Bundy asked her to accompany him to the car to see if anything was missing.
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In 1979, he was sentenced to death and in 1989 executed for the murder of two Florida State University sorority sisters.
On November 7, 1974, Carol De Ronch, 18, was in a Utah Shopping Mall when she was approached by Bundy, who told her that someone had been trying to break into her automobile.
Upon reaching the car the girl looked in and determined nothing was missing.
He eventually asked her if she could go to the station to make a complaint.