Map: Nancy Wilcox's house

2409 Arnette Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84109

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Nancy Wilcox's house

Crime Location in Salt Lake City, Utah

In October 1974, high school student Nancy Wilcox left this house in Salt Lake City and was never seen again. In 1989, serial killer Ted Bundy confessed to her murder.

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The orchard where Ted Bundy murdered Nancy Wilcox

Nancy Wilcox orchard

This aerial image shows how close Wilcox's house was to the orchard in Millcreek.

These days, the orchard in question no longer exists. A housing development called Summerspring Court has occupied the land since 1987.

Bundy said that he crept up behind Wilcox while she was walking along the main roadway. He then forced her into the orchard, restrained her, and put her into his car. He also claimed that he brought the young girl back to his apartment in Salt Lake City and that he didn't kill her until the following day.

However, law enforcement officials and authors find this part of his confession difficult to believe. At the time, Bundy lived in a rooming house with other tenants. Such an act would have been incredibly risky on his part, especially if she was still alive.

Furthermore, during an earlier interview with author Stephen Michaud, he said that the 16-year-old was strangled to death in the orchard because she raised her voice and refused to comply.


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