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Current Events / Lifestyle PopWrapped | Current Events

Ted Bundy May Be Haunting People

Mary Kiser | PopWrapped Author

Mary Kiser

Staff Writer
05/11/2017 2:32 pm
PopWrapped | Current Events
Ted Bundy May Be Haunting People  | Ted Bundy
Media Courtesy of AP/The New Yorker

Ted Bundy's scary dead or alive.

When David Truong bought the Vermont home, he just saw a quaint, seemingly one-story abode. He had no clue Bundy had actually lived there. Truong just saw a house that could be remodeled and flipped for profit. "A Washington state contractor said his workers remodeling Ted Bundy's childhood home experienced a handful of strange occurrences during their time at the house," according to a Fox News article. Bundy was probably haunting his house, a place he called home since he was nine years old. His mother and stepfather had bought the house in 1955, so Bundy and his siblings could grow up in a nice environment. However, Bundy's presence brought a burdensome chaos. "He grew up to be one of the most notorious serial killers in history. He had been linked to disappearance of an 8-year-old girl when he was 14," the article continues. Even though he was never tried or convicted, he was probably responsible for the child's absence. After all, the killer was at fault for dozens of murders. He was executed in 1989.

Is his cold-hearted spirit still alive? Contractor Casey Clopton believes Bundy's not done terrorizing people. "He said there was one time they re-entered the house, which had been locked, to find that every cabinet was open. He said one worker spotted the words 'Help me' scrawled across a basement window and while the crew was working downstairs they heard a dresser in the upstairs hallway fall. Cellphone and other electronics would also occasionally get unplugged and immediately die," the article continues.

Clopton said he never believed in paranormal activity, but the strange happenings at Bundy's residence were too eerie to ignore. Even his own daughter was traumatized. "Clopton said he first visited the home in October and brought his 11-year-old daughter along with him. He said that his daughter got an eerie feeling about the home and started to cry," the article states. With all of the unsettling events occurring at Bundy's place, the killer's still sparking fear in the hearts of men and women everywhere. Maybe the home should just be abandoned or destroyed. Nobody would want to live there.

Well, unless they're Zak Bagans


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