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The Woman to Survive Ted Bundy Is Finally Opening Up About It, And Her Testimony Will Make You Shudder

The story of Ted Bundy is very well known, not only in the United States but also throughout the entire world. An apparently regular, polite, and charismatic man, no one suspected there was a ruthless criminal who was hiding underneath that facade. For his multiple crimes, several women died.

A select few managed to escape before his arrest. One of these women is Rhonda Stapley, and it wasn’t until years later that she was told her story. Keep reading to find out more about her attack, and how she managed to escape one of the most prolific serial killers.

A killer arrives in Utah

Ted Bundy had already been committing heinous acts in Washington and Oregon before he arrived in Utah in 1974. He had been accepted to the University of Utah and was going to start studying to become a lawyer. He wasn’t successful in his studies and didn’t understand the subjects.

However, he had no problem getting back to his crimes. A month after Bundy arrived in Utah, women started disappearing. The number of victims didn’t become known until many years later. On October 2, he captured and killed Nancy Wilcox. October 11 was the day when Rhonda and Ted crossed paths.

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