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Bundy / Tape #118666

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 26, 1989
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(Studio: Peter Jennings ) Report introduced.

(No location given: Tom Schell) Linking of executed serial killer Ted Bundy to further murders featured; details given of information revealed in tape Bundy made just prior to death that may relate to unsolved murders in West, scenes shown. [Colorado investigator Mike FISCHER - comments on how tape made by Bundy may lead to solution in Colorado case.] [Voice of BUNDY - explains how to find remains of woman.] [Salt Lake Cnty., UT, sheriff Pete HAYWARD - comments.] Possible link of Bundy to unsolved murders in Sonoma Cnty., California, noted. [Cnty. sheriff Dick MICHAELSEN -says evidence will be reviewed.] [Seattle, WA, investigator Bob KEPPEL - believes Bundy killed over 100.]

Jennings, Peter;
Schell, Tom

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