VISITING TED BUNDY’S CELLAR IN UTAH

My boyfriend and I have been talking about visiting TED BUNDY’s places in Utah for a while now. We like to watch documentaries about murders, listen to podcasts, and just read studies about how the brain of Serial Killers work.  In a non-creepy way we promise! To my boyfriend, there is more to it… He wants to know how a serial killers mind works. Why do they do what they do? Are there things that happened earlier on in their childhood that might have made a serial killer this way? 

So after LOTS and LOTS of convincing from Daniel. I agreed to go… We went to his Cellar. This is where he lived for a little bit while in Utah. The house was destroyed, but the cellar was still left.  It was an interesting experience to say the least. My recording got a little shaky… But I was going through this adrenaline rush the whole time. It’s rumored that Zac Efron will be playing him in an upcoming movie. It will be interesting to watch and see how it all plays out.

A little about Ted Bundy:

  • Ted Bundy was an American serial killer, kidnapper, rapist, burglar, and necrophiliac who assaulted and murdered numerous young women during the 1970s.
  • Shortly before his execution – he confessed to 30 homicides committed in seven states between 1974-1978.
  • He was executed by electrocution in 1989.
  • We went to visit what was left of his Utah home. Only the Cellar was still there.

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We felt like we were being watched by someone the whole time.

The location was cold, it felt sad. We felt this adrenaline rush going through our bodies. It was a strange feeling knowing that victims were killed or brought over to this location…

It saddened me after we left… It was hard! Hard to think about those victims, and the things he did.

 

Thank goodness for modern technology. A serial killer like him would get caught right away.

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When Daniel first posted on his Facebook page. Asking his friends if they had been to any of the Ted Bundy places in Utah there was a lot of backlash… People couldn’t believe that we were interested in checking these places out. How could we go into a place made of such evil? We both understand what they were talking about, but to each its own right?

I will leave you with this: Step out of your comfort zone! 

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