Bundy linked to 2 cold cases?
Cold-case detectives believe they’ve linked two unsolved homicides to notorious serial killer Ted Bundy.
Bundy — the charming, handsome face of evil — was executed in Florida’s electric chair on Jan. 24, 1989.
It’s believed Bundy killed more than 30 people by the time his murderous travels ended in the Sunshine State’s Old Sparky.
Now, investigators on Bundy’s home turf of Washington state say they’re using new technology to link the charismatic killer to two more sex slayings.
The probe comes at a time when there’s renewed interest in Bundy, with heartthrob Zac Efron starring in the coming biopic ’Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.’
But there have been roadblocks.
Unfortunately, Bundy’s DNA isn’t in a national database.
“It was shocking to find out that a multi-state killer would not be in a national database to connect unsolved homicides,” Tacoma cold-case Det. Lindsey Wade told KIRO 7. “It seems like common sense that maybe he would be in our state database given the fact that he was a serial killer in our state.”
Bundy copped to 11 murders in Washington but was not convicted of any.
Instead, Florida took the lead in order to put the killer in the chair.
Investigators believe Bundy began his murderous death spree as a teen.
One of the murders cops are looking at is the 1961 disappearance of Ann Marie Burr, who was just 8 years old.
Her body has never been found and Bundy, 14 at the time, has remained the prime suspect.
He’s also the prime suspect in the ’66 murder in Seattle of a flight attendant who was bludgeoned to death.
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