The photo gallery below is related to the true crime book, THE TRAIL OF TED BUNDY: Digging Up The Untold Stories by Kevin Sullivan. Find the book at wbp.bz/thetrailoftedbundy
On the evening of May 6, 1974, Kathy Parks and Lorraine Fargo, both Oregon State University students, spent a few minutes talking on the sidewalk area seen in the above photo. Afterward, Kathy crossed the small street and entered the Memorial Union Commons by way of the steps seen on the right; the steps being partly obscured by the streetlight. Minutes later, Ted Bundy introduced himself to Kathy and convinced her to leave with him.
This is a shot of the inside of the cafeteria in the Memorial Union Commons. It appears that much of it has been renovated, but this section may be from 1974
Sackett Hall, where Kathy Parks was a resident, was only one block from the Memorial Union Commons.
Bouillon Library at Central Washington State College (CWSC) where Bundy hunted victims in April 1974.
A shot of the walkway that Bundy and Susan Rancourt traveled down at CWSC. Bundy and Rancourt came from the front of the library and rounded the far corner of the building on the left. The bridge that ran over the pond beside the library was situated where the newer walkway is seen, and as they stepped off the bridge they stayed on the asphalt and angled off to the right of the photo to a deserted spot on campus by a railroad trestle.
The rear of the auditorium at Viewmont High School in Bountiful, Utah. On the night Debra Kent was abducted she had been sitting with her family in the fourth or fifth row from the back and close to the side door which is open in this photo. Bundy had been either leaning along the back wall or on this brick half wall (he’d been doing both) when he saw Debra rise from her seat and leave by way of the side door. He quickly left through the front doors (off to the left in this photo) and caught her in the parking lot.
The rear of the Holiday Inn (now The Clarion) in Pocatello, Idaho where Bundy took young Lynette Culver and drown her in the bathtub.
The Midvale, Utah home of Melissa Smith, who fell victim to Bundy on October 18, 1974. Her father, Louis Smith, was the chief of police for the small city.