What You Might Have Missed From Netflix’s Ted Bundy Doc, Plus Some Stuff They Left Out
Ted Bundy was a successful and promising student in college.
Bundy graduated from the University of Washington in 1972, and spent some time working for political campaigns and offices before enrolling in law school at the University of Puget Sound in the fall of 1973. He seemed to do well initially (he even represented himself during his trial). But in the early spring of 1974, he began skipping classes, and he stopped attending altogether by April. It was around this time that local women began disappearing. Ironically, Bundy was working as the assistant director of the Seattle Crime Prevention Advisory Commission and wrote a pamphlet for women on rape prevention the year the murders began.