TED BUNDY’S DAUGHTER FOUND!
Serial killer's kid hiding in Britain & raising family under new name
THE long-lost daughter of despicable serial killer Ted Bundy has been found by GLOBE living the good life under an assumed name in England, where she’s been hiding out for more than a decade — until now!
In a blockbuster special report, GLOBE can reveal the shocking secret life of Bundy’s look-alike child, Rose, who’s hiding as a suburban housewife and mother of three.
Rose, who now goes by Rosa, fled America to escape the notoriety and shame of being the daughter of the monster, who’s suspected of murdering at least 100 victims in seven states — including Washington, Utah, Colorado and Florida — between 1974 and 1978.
After her father was put to death in Florida’s electric chair at age 42 in January 1989, Rosa and her mother, Carole Boone, lived on the low-down. Carole, who died from septic shock in 2018, had married the beast while he was in prison. And while conjugal visits were banned, Carole reportedly bribed a guard to turn a blind eye while she and the twisted killer shared steamy sex romps, which resulted in Rosa’s conception around 1981.
Now 37, Bundy’s offspring has changed her name and lives with her husband and their three young children — including a set of twins — in a picture-book home in a posh English village on the outskirts of London. She is a full-time housewife and stay-at-home mom.
“Rosa is a kept woman and doesn’t have to work,” says GLOBE’s investigator. “She spends her days with the kids. They live in a comfy house in a smart suburb just outside of London.
“Rosa’s happy and carefree, living the high life compared to the areas of Seattle she grew up in.”
She’s certainly walked a long, bizarre path to achieve her new life.
Born Rose Bundy in October 1982, the little girl was pho-
tographed as a smiling infant perched on her evil father’s shoulders as he waited on Florida’s death row. After that, she and her mother seemed to vanish off the face of the Earth.
GLOBE’s investigation indicates Rosa moved to England in 2002 when she was 21. She kept in touch with her mom, who was then living in Seattle. Carole even knitted a quilt for Rosa’s twins before her death last year. But both kept their shocking family secret — and didn’t talk about their connection with brutal Bundy.
When GLOBE’s investigative team finally tracked down Bundy’s daughter in Britain, she tried to laugh off any connection to the serial killer — and claimed her name wasn’t Rosa.
“Sorry, I’m not the person you are looking for,” she insisted, speaking with an American twang.
Asked if she knew Ted Bundy, she replied: “You mean the guy from the documentary?” referring to Netflix’s recent film, The Ted Bundy Tapes, which caused a sensation in Europe and America.
Despite her denials, Rosa went undercover again after being confronted by GLOBE’s investigators.
She has deleted her Facebook page — established under her alias — and is laying low refusing to concede the blood of America’s most vicious monster is flowing through her veins.
Rose has lived under radar for decades to escape the shame
March 4, 2019 / GLOBE