In the early morning hours of February 1, 1974, Bundy broke into Lynda Healy’s room, beat her unconscious while asleep, dressed in blue jeans, a white blouse, and boots, and carried her away.

Healy’s skull and mandible were later found at Taylor Mountain dumpsite by forestry students from Green River Community College.

In one of his confessions, Bundy told Special Agent William Hagmaier that Healy’s murder was a part of his transition from an “amateur”, an “impulsive” killer to his “prime” or “predator” phase.


This exclusive photo gallery originally appeared in Behind the Tape Photobook, featuring hundreds of exclusive crime scene photos, such as a spine-chilling tour through Ted Bundy’s Issaquah dumpsite, 20 GRAPHIC photos of Bundy’s execution, as well as 24 unseen high-quality photos from Jeffrey Dahmer’s apartment.
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