Victims of Ted Bundy

on July 13, 2010 in Serial Killers, Victimology by

Ted Bundy was found guilty of committing three murders, but seventeen victims have been confirmed. In total, Bundy confessed to thirty murders. We currently have information on all of his known victims, seventeen of his confirmed victims and fourteen of his suspected victims.

Lynda Ann Healy

Lynda, age 21, was murdered on February 1, 1974. She had been beaten in her sleep and was abducted from her home in Washington, Oregon. Her skull and mandible were later discovered at Taylor Mountain site.

Donna Gail Manson 

Donna, age 19, was disappeared on March 12, 1974. She had been abducted from The Evergreen State College and her remains, according to Bundy, were left at Taylor Mountain site, but they were never discovered.

Susan Elaine Rancourt 

Susan, age 18, disappeared on April 17, 1974. She was abducted after attending a meeting at Central Washington State College. Her skull and mandible were discovered at Taylor Mountain site.

Roberta Kathleen Parks

Roberta, age 22, disappeared on May 6, 1974. She was abducted from Oregon State University in Corvallis. Her skull and mandible were discovered at Taylor Mountain site.

Brenda Carol Ball 

Brenda, age 22, disappeared on June 1, 1974. She disappeared after leaving a bar in Oregon, Washington. Her skull and mandible were discovered at Taylor Mountain site.

Georgeann Hawkins

Georgeann, age 18, disappeared on June 11, 1974. She disappeared from behind her sorority house in Washington. Her skeletal remains were discovered at Issaquah site.

Janice Ann Ott

Janice, age 23, disappeared on July 14, 1974. She was abducted from  Lake Sammamish State Park. Her skeletal remains were discovered at Issaquah site.

Denise Marie Naslund

Denise, age 19, was abducted on July 14, 1974. She disappeared hours after Janice Ann Ott. Her skeletal remains were discovered at Issaquah site.

Nancy Wilcox

Nancy, age 16, was abducted on October 2, 1974. She had been strangled in Holladay, Utah. According to Bundy, Nancy’s remains were buried near Capital Reef National Park. Her remains were never found.

Melissa Anne Smith 

Melissa, age 17, disappeared on October 18, 1974. She disappeared from Midvale, Utah. Her remains were found in a mountainous area that was close by.

Laura Ann Aime

Laura, age 17, disappeared on October 31, 1974, from Lehi, Utah. Her remains were discovered in American Fork Canyon.

Debra Kent

Debra, age 17, disappeared on November 8, 1974. She had been abducted from Bountiful, Utah. According to Bundy, Debra’s remains were left near Fairview Utah. The remains found in that area were not positively identified as Debra’s.

Caryn Campbell

Caryn, age 23, disappeared on January 12, 1975. She was abducted from Snowmass, Colorado. Caryn’s remains were found on a dirt road near the location that she had been abducted from.

Julie Cunningham

Julie, age 26, was abducted on March 15, 1975. She had been kidnapped from Vail, Colorado. According to Bundy, Julie’s remains were placed near Rifle, which is 90 miles away from the location that she had been kidnapped from. Her remains were never found.

Denise Oliverson

Denise, age 25, disappeared on April 6, 1975. She had been abducted from her home in Grand Junction, Colorado. According to Bundy, Denise’s remains were thrown into the Colorado River. Her remains have never been found.

Lynette Culver 

Lynette, age 12, disappeared on May 6, 1975. Lynette disappeared from Alameda Junior High School in Idaho. According to Bundy, Lynette’s remains were thrown into Snake River. Her remains have never been found.

Susan Curtis

Susan, age 15, disappeared on June 28, 1975. She had been abducted from Brigham Young University. According to Bundy, Susan’s remains were buried near Price, Utah. Her remains have never been discovered.

Margaret Bowman

Margaret, age 21, was murdered on January 15, 1978. She was beaten and then strangled to death in her sleep in Florida. Bundy was found guilty for murdering Margaret.

Lisa Levy

Lisa, age 20, was murdered on January 15, 1978. She had been beaten and strangled to death in Florida. Bundy was found guilty for murdering Lisa.

Kimberly Diane Leach

Kimberly, age 12, was abducted from her high school on February 9, 1978. Her remains were discovered in Florida, near Suwannee River State Park. Bundy was found guilty for murdering Kimberly.

Ann Marie Burr

Ann Marie, age 8, disappeared on August 31, 1961. She disappeared from her home in Tacoma. Bundy is suspected to have been involved with this murder.

Lonnie Trumbull

Lonnie, age 20, was murdered on June 23, 1966. She had been beaten to death in her sleep with her friend Lisa E. Wick, who survived the attack. Bundy is suspected to have been involved with this murder.

Susan Davis

Susan, age 19, was murdered on May 30,  1969. She had been stabbed to death with her friend Elizabeth Perry. Susan was murdered near Somers Point, New Jersey. Her remains were found in June of 1969. Bundy is suspected to have been involved in Susan’s murder.

Elizabeth Perry

Elizabeth, age 19, was murdered on May 30,  1969. She had been stabbed to death with her friend Susan Davis. Elizabeth was murdered near Somers Point, New Jersey. Her remains were found in June of 1969. Bundy is suspected to have been involved in Elizabeth’s murder.

Rita Curran

Rita, age 24, was murdered on July 19, 1971. She had been raped and then was strangled and beaten to death in Vermont. Bundy may have been involved with this murder.

Rita Lorraine Jolly

Rita, age 17, disappeared on June 29, 1973. She was abducted from West Linn, Oregon. Bundy is thought to have been involved with her disappearance.

Vicki Lynn Hollar

Vivki, age 24, disappeared on August 20, 1973. She was abducted from Eugene, Oregon. Bundy is thought to have been involved with her disappearance.

Brenda Joy Baker

Brenda Joy Baker, age 14, was abducted on May 27, 1974. Her remains were found in December of 1974, in Millersylvania State Park. Bundy is thought to have been involved in her murder.

Carol L. Valenzuela 

Carol, age 20, disappeared on August 2, 1974. She disappeared while hiking near Vancouver, Washington. Her remains were discovered in October of 1974. Bundy is thought to have been involved with her murder.

Unidentified Woman

An unidentified woman was discovered in the same grave site as Carol L. Valenzuela in October of 1974. Bundy is thought to have been involved in this murder.

Melanie Suzanne “Suzy” Cooley

Melanie, age 18, disappeared on April 15, 1975. She was abducted from Nederland, Colorado.Her remains were discovered two weeks after her disappearance. Melanie had been beaten and strangled to death. Although she is included on his murder list, authorities could not prove that Bundy had murdered her.

Shelly Kay Robertson

 Shelly, age 24, was reported missing on July 1, 1975. Her remains were discovered in August of 1975 in Colorado. Bundy is suspected to have been involved in this murder.

Nancy Perry Baird

Nancy, age 23, disappeared on July 4, 1975. She was last seen in Farmington, Utah. She is still considered to be a missing person. Bundy is thought to have been involved with her disappearance.

Debbie Smith

Debbie, age 17, was last seen in Salt Lake City in February of 1976. Her remains were found on April 1, 1976. Bundy is suspected to have been involved in this murder. Her murder is unsolved.

16 Comments

  • susan cooper says:

    I was shocked when I seen one of Ted bundys victims was Susan Curtis before I got married my name was Susan Curtis it sent chills up me bless all the victims

  • Allie says:

    Ted Bundy was a brilliant evil monster. I certainly support capitol punishment and the death penalty when people like this take innocent peoples lives. He was not mentally ill, just evil. He died in a far easier way than his poor victims did. May he rot in hell.

  • Alyssa says:

    I go back and fourth in Bundy being put to death. I just think there were too many deaths and disappearances that will never be solved due to him taking the answers to the grave. There are most likely many many other woman and children who were killed by Bundy that are simply referred to as missing or runaways that were actually murdered. So many families will never know what happened to their daughters and sisters. Remains buried, never to be found…..it’s a shame. I just think he was put to death too soon.

    • Brian Combs says:

      That one is a tough call. I can’t remember who it was, but one of the guys that interviewed him regularly stated that he (or she) was pretty sure that Bundy wasn’t going to reveal anything else useful about his victims.

      But we’ll never know now.

  • lee77 says:

    What’s with this “Oregon, Washington”? Oregon and Washington are two different states; Oregon isn’t a city in Washington. Lynda Healy was abducted at her home in “Seattle, Washington.” Brenda Ball disappeared in “Burien, Washington.”

  • Krista says:

    In cases such as these I was glad to see Bundy put to death. He, himself knew he would not stop…It was an addiction and sadly not the type of addiction a person can get much help for. This being said as a young girl in the spring of 1975 who was almost abducted by him…He also murdered one of my brothers friends who was one of the girls taken from the Lake Sammamish site. Still get chills– what if I would have gotten into that car? We can only assume, nothing good.

    • Lisa says:

      Wow, that sounds scary for sure. How did he approach you? You were smart not to be lured by him. Which victim of Lake Sammamish Park was your brother friends with?

    • Lisa says:

      Hi Krista, that is chilling that you were almost abducted by Ted Bundy. How did you get away?

  • mary says:

    For any kind of “deal” to be made to lenghten his miserable life, he should have been hooked up to a lie detector for all confessions. He’s a born liar and nothing he said can be believed anyway. Why not use a polygraph machine – it may not be perfect but it would have helped. He failed the Utah polygraph “spectacularly”, it was reported, so he wasn’t one who could beat the machine.

  • e self says:

    In 1974 and 1975 I lived on 1st Avenue and I Street in Salt Lake City. Ted Bundy lived less than a half block from me. I was 21 with long hair parted in the middle. When my fiance was at work one night there was a knock on the door. I believe it was Ted Bundy. He told me he knew my fiance and wanted me to open the door. I asked him a question about my fiance and he did not know the answer. Thank heavens my Great Dane growled and snarled at the door, which she never did, or I might have opened the door. I called my neighbor and my fiance at his workplace and asked him to get home asap. Fortunately my fiance’s sister worked for the Salt Lake Police Dept. A few days later Ted Bundy was arrested. I worked at Fashion Place Mall where one of Bundy’s victims was abducted. I’m glad he’s no longer on this planet.

  • bob says:

    Ted bundy for president

  • Robb says:

    I was a neighbor and friend of Susan Davis. I was 10 at the time an use to play with her younger sister who’s house was behind ours. The weekend the murders happened my family was camping in Maryland, when we got back their house was light up like a Christmas tree. Police cars and detectives all over the place.

    It wasn’t until Bundy made his confession to his psychiatrist, when he was on death row, that he was at the Jersey shore that we got a hint that he might have committed the murders. The later interview with Bundy’s Philadelphia aunt confirmed it when she said that Ted could not have committed the murders as he had his leg in a cast (a common Bundy ploy) and therefore could not have traveled to Ocean City that weekend that the girls were murdered.

  • Spahn says:

    Krista, why would you post something like that then not respond to anyone??

  • If it has been my daughter that he had killed i would have hunted him down and killed him in my own way those girls had there whole life ahead of them to be mothers and wives alas they will never be now thanks to ted bundy

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