The chilling number of times Ted Bundy was reported to authorities but police did NOT act

In her 1980 book “The Stranger Beside Me”, which is widely considered to be the authoritative work on Bundy, she wrote how she was suspicions about Bundy as far back as 1973.

When Bundy began killing, Ms Rule, an ex-policewoman, quickly began to piece together the evidence.

She wrote: “I kept on trying to find the answer to the awful puzzle, believing that the killer, when he was found, would prove to be a man with a record of violence, a man who should never have been allowed to walk the streets, someone who must surely have shown signs of a deranged mind.”

Police soon discovered Bundy had given his true first name to women he’d attempted to kidnap.

Read more at: