Ted Bundy: WA Crime Sites Itemized

This website isn’t as much about me anymore as about justice process in the Bundy case.  Keppel’s original efforts to become the face of the case suppressed important case information that should have been worked – his suppression of Bundy’s comments about Rule’s book sending it to psychiatrists instead of into evidence and suppression of Bundy’s comments about Michaud’s interview being possibly not all fact shows his willingness to protect his buddies behind the scenes and also to lessen any evidentiary probe into possible facts that were included in Bundy’s complaints [its not always just psychology]; even his attack on me over the years as to my character was an effort to redirect any investigation into the facts of my experiences into a psychological behind the scenes gas lighting of me instead of anyone evaluating the correlations and facts. He has walked the line between “author” and “expert” for decades, “updating” as “new” what was already in evidence years earlier, using the inherent protections of both roles to cover up his original transgressions.  This type of loophole in current justice system standards needs new laws.  Crime has become entertainment and the risks are great to the ethics and standards of justice.  The other thing I’ve learned over these past years is that to be able to work a complicated serial case you have to have the time and ability in correlation of various document forms to go through all the component pieces.  I had the time…I laid everything [as much as possible] on tables all over my residence at the time, working with sticky notes to identify cross correlations and it still took me several years.  Granted, I didn’t have the experience but the process is really more data science than it is crime scene investigation.  If you are going to look for similarities across multiple crime scenes you need to get into the details and those are not always captured by general standardized computer input or by going over one volume of information at a time.

Photo above is of the original search map of Taylor Mountain.  The numbers noted by the blue stream/river are:  43, 57, 58, 80 and what appears to be a second 80 [which is noted as being a bone, possible leg].  Leg bones [tibia and fibulas] were sent to the ME office in 3 of 1975 marked only as “Bundy Bones Taylor Mountain”.  There is also a notation with an “X” of clothing pile.  Skeletal remains of the four known victims associated to Taylor Mountain were found there along with the skeleton of an additional girl who was never identified according to records.

Issaquah list:  found in September of 1974.  Much of the evidence was publicly stated as “lost” by King County and the officials settled with the families of Ott and Naslund.  However, the skeletal remains were found on site of at least 1-2 additional young women per the search and rescue and multiple reports of that time period. It is very apparent by the street files and public statements made by Keppel over the years that the Bundy kill sites found, and Tiger Mountain evidence, were never cross correlated – nor were they correlated to other states and jurisdictions.  There is also a question of whether Tiger Mountain, across from Taylor Mountain [across Highway 18 – the crime site] was actually publicly referred as Issaquah…if true that raises serious questions about how much was being covered up early on.

Document #1:  ESAR finds Issaquah– September 1974 = [120 finds] – KCSO FILES

  1. Bone [found 20’ up search line 1]
  2. Depression [found 120’ up search line 1]
  3. Unknown substance
  4. Shoe [found 15’ up search line 1]
  5. Small bottle [found 40’ up search line 1]
  6. 2 bones [found 120’ up search line 1]
  7. Hair, black mold [found 150’ up search line 2]
  8. Bone [found on search line 4 66’ from search line 1]
  9. Shovel [found 30’ from base search line 2]
  10. Hair [found 162’ from base]
  11. Small bone [found 120’ from base]
  12. Small bone [found 7’ from find #11]
  13. Bone [found 20’ from search line 4 100’ mark]
  14. Lower jawbone [found 120’ from base]
  15. Small bones [dog] [in base]
  16. Loose dirt [found 160’ from beginning of search line 2]
  17. Small bones [found 2/20” from search line 1, and 30’ up from search line 2]
  18. 4 sections vertebrae [found above search line 4 in line with jawbone]
  19. Leg bone [found search line 1 40’ from search line 4]
  20. Leg bone and vertebra [found 30” from search line 4 in line with jawbone]
  21. Black Towncraft belt [found search line 4 100’ down road]

****     Sequence Missing

  1. Mold
  2. Mold
  3. Hair [found 110’ 3” from beginning of search line 2]
  4. Animal dung
  5. Steel wedge [found 66’ from beginning of search line 2]
  6. Small flat bone [found 66’ 11” from beginning of search line 2]
  7. Mold
  8. Mold
  9. Mold
  10. Mold
  11. Plant mold
  12. 16” diagonal patch mold
  13. Mold
  14. Hair [found 27’2” from intersection A]

****     Sequence Missing

  1. Small bone [found 35’ from intersection B]
  2. Spinal column [found 85’ from find#71]
  3. Small portion spine [found 8’ from find #72]
  4. Mold
  5. Hair [found 11’ from intersection A]
  6. Mold
  7. Hair [found 6’ from intersection A]
  8. Hair [found 5’ from intersection A]
  9. Tooth [found 13’ from intersection A]
  10. Hair [found 15’ from intersection A]
  11. Hair [found 17’ from intersection A]
  12. Hair [found 15’ from intersection A]
  13. Hair [found 20’ from intersection B]
  14. Jawbone [found 38’ from intersection B]
  15. Leg bone [found 29′ from intersection B]

****     Sequence Missing

  1. 2 teeth [found at location of find #79]
  2. Ribcage [found 6’ from find #101]
  3. Hair [found 10’ from beginning of search line 1]
  4. Skull without lower jaw [found 18’ from find #101]
  5. Tooth [found 36’ from find #101]

****     Sequence Missing

  1. AA old [found 47’ from beginning of search line 2]
  2. Toenail and small bones [found 56’ from beginning of search line 2]
  3. 2 small bones [found 77’ from intersection B]
  4. Vertebrae [found 47’ from beginning of search line 2]
  5. Decayed flesh [found 36’ from beginning of search line 2]
  6. Comb [found 44’ from beginning of search line 2]
  7. Decayed flesh [found 40’ from beginning of search line 2]
  8. Screwdriver [2nd] [found 24’ from beginning of search line 2]
  9. Book [found 38’ from beginning of search line 2]
  10. Mold
  11. Skin [found 57’ from beginning of search line 2]
  12. Mold
  13. Hair [found 60’ from beginning of search line 2]
  14. Cement
  15. Moldy matter
  16. Dung containing bone [found 113’ from beginning of search line 1]
  17. Hand bone [found 128’ from beginning of search line 1]
  18. Femur                                 [found 12’ from interior of main road and search line 4]
  19. Hair [found 24’ from search line 1]
  20. Tooth [found 38’ from find #317]

****     Sequence Missing

  1. Overturned earth [found 38’ from find #317, which is a femur]
  2. Brown camel hair coat [found on road directly above base going east]
  3. Animal dung with hair [found 87’ from the intersection of B]
  4. Rib bones [found 62’ from intersection of B]
  5. Brownish hair [found 71’ from intersection of B]
  6. Large flat bone [found 75’ from intersection of B]
  7. Women’s underwear  [found 26’ from upper end of the “J” shaped road]
  8. Pantyhose     [found 14’ from upper end of the “J” shaped road]

****     Sequence Missing

  1. Hair [found 25’ from 150’ mark from search line 2]
  2. knife sheath [found 22’from beginning of search line 2]
  3. screwdriver [found 35’ from beginning of search line 2]
  4. hair [found 18’ from 150’ mark from search line 2]
  5. hair [found 20’ from 150’ mark from search line 2]
  6. rib bone [found 13’ from 150’ mark from search line 2]
  7. hair [found 32’ from 150’ mark from search line 2]
  8. hair [found 13’ from 150’ mark from search line 2]
  9. hair [found 43’ from 150’ mark from search line 2]
  10. bone in animal dung [found 47.5’ NW 2 to old road and along it 140’]
  11. sweater and scarf [found 300’ beyond road for find #409]
  12. bone in animal dung [found near main road intersection]

****     Sequence Missing

  1. vertebra [found 21’ from find #502]
  2. plant mold
  3. plant mold
  4. gray hair not plotted
  5. animal dung [found 101’ from search line 1, 200’ mark]
  6. bone hip socket [found 19’ from find #502]
  7. fruit pit not plotted
  8. bone [found 79’ from find #504]
  9. hair in animal dung [found pipeline road above I-90]
  10. broken bones in dung [found pipeline road lower side above I-90]
  11. gold earring [found pipeline road – not plotted]
  12. arm bone [found 87’ from search line 1]
  13. hair curler [found near earring – not plotted]
  14. animal dung [found 81’ from find #504]
  15. large joint bone animal
  16. animal dung [found 19’ from find #513]
  17. green sock [found 48’ from find #517]
  18. bicycle shift cable [found 91’ from search line 4, 250’ mark]
  19. bone in animal dung [found 17’ from search line 4, 400’ mark]
  20. bone [found center of road 160’ north of Base]

The following list is of evidence found at Taylor Mountain and also at Tiger Mountain in March of 1975.  A partial clip of the original map is shown above.  This evidence was denied as existing by officials including Robert Keppel for decades.  Also found at this area of Bundy kill sites were the skeletal remains of the known missing girls as well as at least one additional skeleton of an unknown young woman.  The ME who examined the evidence certified that “heads were with the bodies” something Keppel claimed did not exist.  This is confirmed by Keppel’s original detective notes.  If you compare the two lists it is obvious that these were well developed sites and not “dumping grounds”. Additionally, any clothing and items that did not match the known missing girls could have been evidence of other not yet identified missing young girls from not only within WA but also other states such as OR and CA.  It is already proven that Bundy took victims from OR to kill in WA [as Parks remains full skeletal were found there and she was transported to WA].  It is a travesty of justice that media hype for profit overrode the forensic methodical working of these cases and that the cases of Bundy as a whole were never protected from media release to ensure that the sanctity of the evidence and the preservation of the evidence was protected.  Bundy wasn’t the first serial killer the FBI and other officials had worked with:  there were others.  For them to participate in the marketing of Bundy as mysterious and never working and integrating and correlating the evidence raises serious questions of ethics and violations of their own victim laws.

  1. bone fragments
  2. little piece white moldy stuff
  3. plant mold
  4. hair [found at 55’ in 1000/1000]
  5. blond hair [found at 60’ in 1000/1000]
  6. piece of bone
  7. piece of bone
  8. bones
  9. nylon cord [found 56’ 1000/1000]
  10. clothing [find is not noted as to type or location]
  11. bone (animal)
  12. animal dung
  13. clothing [find is not noted as to type or location]
  14. some large bones [find is not noted as to type or location]
  15. ladies blouse, bright yellow print [find is not noted as to location – Rancourt was noted as wearing a yellow short sleeve sweater at the time of her disappearance – summer sweaters, short sleeved, can be mistakenly called blouse]
  16. flesh [find is not noted as to type or location]
  17. bone [1’ long] [find is not noted as to location]
  18. bone
  19. hair (black) animal
  20. jawbone (animal)
  21. bone
  22. skull [found at 13’ A]
  23. bones and animal remains
  24. part of yellow coat, white sweater [Rancourt was wearing a yellow coat at time of disappearance – it is noted in her missing persons report]
  25. chemical bottles [Bundy showed Liz a date rape drug he’d made in Utah]
  26. bones
  27. thermos bottle [found near a victim skull – could have been used for imbibing]
  28. bones, arm rib [find is not noted as to location]
  29. T-shirt/blue cloth, blue sock [could have been tested for DNA if protected and preserved]
  30. blue jean material [several girls missing were in jeans – on map near #55, a tennis shoe]
  31. bone
  32. bone [found at 130’ in 1000/1000]
  33. bone [found at 130’ in 1000/1000]
  34. part of skull [found 6’ from #22]
  35. 10-12” bone [found 31’ D]
  36. bone fragments [location not noted but found by CAP – Civil Air Patrol]
  37. jawbone [found 36’D] by CAP (Civil Air Patrol)
  38. bone fragment
  39. scapula [found 46’ D] by CAP (Civil Air Patrol)
  40. bone 1” long/1”wide
  41. fragment bone – fresh?
  42. bone fragment 4” long [found 145’ D]
  43. jacket (purple) Keppel find [found 30’ from base truck on list – on map near creek and #57]
  44. hair short blond
  45. clothing [what kind of clothing – in one notation bras were found – why weren’t they protected and tested?]
  46. bone 4.5” long [found 71’ line 50 – No to A]
  47. clothing [location not noted/CAP – again what kind and description?]
  48. rodent hair in dung
  49. bone animal? [found 75’ D – CAP] CAP = Civil Air Patrol
  50. blue scarf/red oilcloth [was the oilcloth from the type of a backpack]
  51. chewed bone 10” [found 75’ line 50]
  52. bone animal? CAP
  53. flesh decayed area [location not noted]
  54. shoulder blade CAP
  55. tennis shoe, black or dark blue [Bundy wore white tennis shoes abducting Ott and Naslund – were these men’s or women’s and why weren’t they tested and preserved]
  56. 2 vertebrae [location not noted]
  57. clothing [location and type not noted]
  58. green coat [location not noted in list but on map near creek and find #43, #57]
  59. wedding invite
  60. leaf mold area
  61. red cloth [location not noted]
  62. receipt shell casing 30/30 [location not noted]
  63. jawbone [CAP – found at 33’ E]
  64. jawbone [CAP found 2’ from find #63 in E]
  65. hair 2 clumps [CAP – found 3’ from find #63 in E]
  66. skull fragment [found 38’in E]
  67. tooth [found 15’ in E]
  68. lean-to shelter, plastic line tarp, soup can [found together in 136’ F]
  69. animal vertebra [found 199’ in F]
  70. animal jawbone [found 60’ fence in F]
  71. animal vertebrae [2] [found 70’ fence in F]
  72. light brown hair                 [found 21’ in E]
  73. light brown hair [found 19’ in E]
  74. light brown hair [found 23’ in E]
  75. hair divided in 2 segments [found 28’ in E]
  76. hair light brown [found 26’ in E]
  77. rubber fragments – orn – balloon? [found 88’ in E]
  78. silver jewelry clasp [found 52’ in E]
  79. shotgun shell [found 195’ in G]
  80. bone (leg? 10”) [found CAP 126’ in E]
  81. bones and hair (dung) [found 48’ in G]
  82. hair (dark brown 3” x 8”) [found 57’ in G]
  83. human hair [found by CAP at 76’ in G]
  84. 5 x 0.5” bone                                 [found by CAP at 76’ in G]
  85. shotgun shell [found at 143’ in H]
  86. hair light color [found by CAP at 60’ in G]
  87. bone fragment [found at 55’ in J]
  88. bullet, 22, slug only [found at 88’ in G]
  89. bone small [found at 62’ in H]
  90. shotgun shell [found at 51’ in J
  91. many bone fragments [found by CAP at 74’ in G]
  92. bones (animal?)
  93. bone fragment [found at 65’ in J]
  94. hair in dung [found by search dogs no location noted]
  95. bone fragment [found at 12’ in H]
  96. bone 8” x 1” [found by CAP at 74’ in G]
  97. blond hair [found by CAP at 72’ in G]
  98. black pen [found at 145’ in H]
  99. bone fragment [location not noted]
  100. hair blond                                 [found by CAP at 74’ in G]
  101. bone fragments [found at 142’ in I]
  102. bullet slug [found at 157’ in I]
  103. bolt, nut and washer [found at 275’ in F]
  104. jaw fragment [found at 36’ in J]
  105. 22 slug [no location noted]
  106. cork, shoe material [found at 165’ in J]  Hawkins was wearing clogs – were they cork material?
  107. hair blond [found by CAP at 74’ in G]
  108. bone fragment [found at 212’ in F]
  109. hair in dung [found by search dogs, location not noted]
  110. bone, small [found at 111’ in H]
  111. skull [found at 48’ in 1000/1000]
  112. jawbone with teeth [found at 88’ in 1000/1000]
  113. jawbone [found at 70’ in 1000/1000]
  114. skull [found at 114’ in 1000/1000]
  115. brown hair [found at 114’ in 1000/1000]
  116. blond hair [found by CAP at 146’ in G]
  117. not identified [found by search dogs – no location given]
  118. bone fragment [found at 56’ in I]
  119. 38 and 22 hollow bullets [found at 124’ in I]
  120. 22 bullet [found at 115’ in I]
  121. jar
  122. bone [found at 57’ in H]
  123. (2) 38 cal casings sp. [found at 57’ in H]
  124. woman’s underwear [found by dogs at 156’ from Int. of A and B]
  125. empty potato chip box [not noted as to location]
  126. plastic baggie [not noted as to location]
  127. bone fragment in dung [found by dogs not noted as to location]
  128. possible grave [found at 56’ in F- very important as similar find to Issaquah]
  129. rubberlike material [no location given]
  130. plastic snug tie Keppel [found 16’ from find #124  Int. of A and B – could be evidence of bondage of the captive girls]
  131. 22 slug [found at 79’ in I]
  132. 22 slug [found at 57’ in H]
  133. 3 slugs 22 caliber [found at 146’ in I]
  134. small bone [found at 173’ in J]
  135. shotgun shell [found at 108’ in I]
  136. 4 beer caps, sandwich wrapper [no location noted]
  137. fur, skin
  138. bone fragment [found at 123’ in H]
  139. screwdriver Keppel [found 177’ inter. A & B – a screwdriver was also found at Issaquah]
  140. bone and fragment [location not noted]
  141. bones, rib, teeth [location not noted]
  142. explosive device [location not noted]
  143. bone in animal dung [found at 53’ in K]
  144. bone 10” long [found by search dogs]
  145. bones [found by search dogs]
  146. blue suitcase [no location noted]
  147. sweater [location not noted]
  148. no item listed [find noted at 78’ in K]
  149. bone 0.5 x 6” [found by CAP at 104’ L]
  150. bones [found by search dogs, no location given]
  151. bone [found 54’ in M]
  152. small bones in dung [found by CAP at 9’ in L]
  153. 4 small bones [found 170’ inter. A & B]
  154. part of a tooth [found 155’ in M]
  155. bone chips [location not given]
  156. toenail in dung? [found by CAP at 66’ in L]
  157. bones [no location given]
  158. small bones [found by a detective on scene, location not noted]

Internal memos show that evidence was ordered destroyed in 1981, 1999 and in 2011 to 2012 evidence was moved into an area of records away from normal routes and access by the public. The cases were shut down by the FBI in 1992 and again in 2011 with a statement of only DNA would be considered, even while the records of tampering with evidence, and destruction of evidence were being moved into the usually never accessed area possibly for destruction before they were released to me.