Map: Ted Bundy Seattle Locations
Bundy's girlfriend, Liz Kloepfer, lived at this house in Seattle's University District during the 1970s.
Notably, it is just a short walk away from the house where he abducted Lynda Ann Healy.
Bundy and Kloepfer met at a bar called The Sandpiper Tavern in September 1969.
Bundy dumped the bodies of Janice Ann Ott and Denise Marie Naslund at this site outside of Issaquah.
It is also believed to be the location where he buried the remains of Georgann Hawkins.
On June 11th, 1974, Ted Bundy abducted 18-year-old college student Georgann Hawkins from this alleyway in Seattle.
Her remains have never been found.
This is the rooming house where Bundy lived in the University District of Seattle.
He started his crime spree while he was living at this location.
Bundy brutally assaulted college student Karen Sparks at a house on this street in January 1974.
Sparks was his first known victim. Although she survived the attack, she was left with a number of long-term injuries.
This is the house where Bundy attacked and abducted Lynda Ann Healy.
One year later, her jaw bone was discovered in a forested area on Taylor Mountain.
Bundy's family home was situated in Tacoma, Washington.
This is where he lived during his teenage years.
In June 1974, Bundy abducted 22-year-old Brenda Carol Ball from the Flame Tavern in Burien.
Her skull was discovered 10 months later on Taylor Mountain.
King County, Washington
This is the Taylor Mountain location where Bundy dumped the remains of at least four of his victims.
The gruesome discovery was made by two forestry students in March 1975.
In March 1974, 19-year-old Donna Gail Manson vanished after she left this dorm building on the Evergreen State College campus in Olympia.
Bundy confessed to her murder shortly before his execution.
This is the Safeway supermarket where Bundy stacked shelves in 1968.
His employment at the store ended after he suddenly stopped showing up for work.
During the late 1960s and early 1970s, Bundy frequented Seattle bars such as O'Banion's, Dante's Tavern, and the Pipeline Tavern.
In July 1974, Bundy abducted Janice Ott and Denise Naslund from Lake Sammamish State Park in Issaquah.
The two murders occurred just four hours apart.
This is the Tacoma house where Louise and Johnny Bundy lived between 1968 and 2009.
Ted also stayed here at certain points during the late 1960s.
On April 17th, 1974, Bundy abducted 18-year-old Susan Rancourt from this parking lot at the CWU campus in Ellensburg, Washington.
Her skull was found on Taylor Mountain nearly one year later.
When Bundy and his mother moved to Washington in 1950, they initially lived with his great-uncle, Jack Cowell, at 1514 South Alder Street in Tacoma.
Bundy lived at 1620 South Sheridan Avenue in Tacoma for a short period of time during the early 1950s.
This was his family's first home. Louise and Johnny Bundy moved into this house around the same time that they got married.
In May 1974, Bundy abducted Roberta Kathleen Parks from the Oregon State University campus in Corvallis.
Nine months later, her skull was found on Taylor Mountain.
Although Parks was not abducted near Seattle, her remains were found in Washington. As a result, we have decided to include her case in this location guide.
Before he left for Utah to study law, Bundy was photographed standing next to his tan-colored Volkswagen Bug.
The photo in question was taken by his longtime girlfriend, Liz Kloepfer, on September 2nd, 1974.
In February 1968, Bundy started working as a bus boy at the Seattle Olympic Hotel in Downtown Seattle.
However, he was fired one month later for suspected thievery after items started going missing from the employee locker room.
Bundy lived at this house on 16th Avenue at various points between 1966 and 1967.
His seventh known victim, Janice Ott, was living at 75 Front Street in Issaquah at the time of her murder.
His eighth known victim, Denise Naslund, lived at 4522 SW Graham Street in Seattle.
Bundy worked at the Seattle Yacht Club on East Hamlin Street until January 1968, when he was fired for stealing food from the pantry.
During his time here, he befriended an elderly chef named Sybil Ferris.
Ferris later described him as a "peculiar boy" who always seemed to be "sneaking around". She also said that he took advantage of their "friendship" by borrowing her car and money.
Bundy was enrolled in Stanley Elementary School in 1951, when he was just four years old.
This was his first school.
At the time, his family was still living on South Sheridan Avenue.
In 1953, he was enrolled at Geiger Elementary School after his family moved to North Skyline Drive in the West End neighborhood of Tacoma.