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This listing contains user-submitted reports documenting historically significant events and personal experiences at 565 1st Avenue North, Salt Lake City, UT, US, including reports of criminal activity, homicides, deaths, famous residents, and alleged paranormal occurrences. If you have more information about this address, let us know.

reported events that occurred at 565 1st Avenue North on September 1st, 1974

In September 1974, Ted Bundy moved into room #2 at 565 1st Ave N. in Salt Lake City. He had been accepted to the University of Utah Law School and was pursuing a career as a lawyer. He had previously abducted and murdered at least 8 women in Washington and Oregon, though some investigators think there were more victims. Almost immediately after moving into the boarding house, he began murdering women and teenage girls in the Salt Lake City area. The confirmed victims of Bundy up to this point had been college-aged women, but while living here he shifted his focus to include high-school and middle-school aged girls. In total during his stay at this house, he murdered at least 10 girls and women ranging in age from 12 to 26. He later admitted to bathing the bodies of some of his victims and applying makeup to them post-mortem. Bundy would also photograph the bodies of his victims, and he hid these photographs in the utility room of the boarding house.

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Ted Bundy's Utah Home

The front of the boarding house The fire escape where Bundy would sneak in and out of his room The door of Ted Bundy's room in the boarding house In September 1974, Ted Bundy moved into room #2 at


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