Did You Know Ted Bundy’s Daughter Was Conceived on Death Row?
In the never-ending pursuit of information about serial killers, Ted Bundy may be at the front of the race. In the seventies, he was heavily discussed, televised, and sought after. The infamous serial killer targeted at least 30 young women and stunned the whole nation with his sociopathy and crimes.
As true crime centered entertainment continues to rise in popularity, it keeps people intrigued and asking questions about people like Bundy and their family. A movie starring Zac Efron “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” and a Netflix Documentary, “The Ted Bundy Tapes” detailing the serial killer’s life have given Bundy and his intense life a second wind. People want to know about his life, his wife, and his daughter, Rose, also known as Rosa. It’s said that his daughter Rose was conceived on death row.
Carole Ann Boone was in attendance at his trial in Orlando, acted as a character witness, and even moved to Gainesville, Florida to be nearer to him. Ted Bundy proposed to Carole Boone on the stand and they were married in front of the judge.
So, you’re in prison and get sent to death row, where do you and your new wife seal the marriage? Rumor has it that the couple paid a prison guard to turn a blind eye during conjugal visits and they consummated their marriage behind a vending machine. Other theories include Bundy’s wife sneaking a condom to him and him returning it to her *full* with a kiss.
Rose Bundy was born on October 24, 1982, and was Bundy's first biological child. Since he was serving a triple death sentence, Boone brought Ted's daughter to visit her father in prison. However, it only lasted a short amount of time. Three years before Bundy died, his wife divorced him and took the kids and never spoke to him again.
Ted Bundy’s daughter’s whereabouts to this day can’t be pinned down. After the divorce and move, Carole Anne remarried and took her new husband’s last name. Rose took his name, too. They disappeared from the public eye and have remained anonymous.
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