On March 12, 1974 Ted Bundy murdered Donna Manson and incinerated her skull in his girlfriends fireplace. Following is an excerpt from a coversation between himself and Robert Keppel:
“I never wanted to tell this - I promised myself I’d never tell this, because of all the things I did to this woman, this was probably the one she was least likely to forgive me for. Poor Liz. (He was referring to Elizabeth Kendall, his former fiancee.) In her fireplace. That’s not really that humerous, but I mean, the fireplace at the house.” Ted said with a sinister, satisfied laughter in his voice.
“Burn it all up?” Keppel asked, disbelieving.
“Down the the last ash, and in a fit of - you know - paranoia and cleanliness, what have you, just vacuumed down all the ashes. That’s the twist. It’s a twist. And it’s a lot of work and certainly very risky, under the circumstances. I mean, the kids come home from school, there’s a roaring fire in the fireplace, and it’s warm outside.”
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