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Strange Items, Activity Reporter After Ted Bundy’s House Goes Up for Sale

The Tacoma house where serial killer Ted Bundy grew up has been put on the market, and it has a few strange features.

For example, the room where Bundy slept still has secret compartments in the wall where he imprisoned birds. Their skeletons are still there.

The contractors who remodeled the house, furthermore, noticed strange things going on while working.

They claimed to return to their work and find messages written in saw dust. Their phones also reportedly lost battery life.

Another message appealing for help showed up in the dust of the basement window. Furniture that had been fit into corners would topple over unexpectedly.

“I’m not one to believe a lot of this stuff, but this house made me a believer,” said Casey Clopton, the contractor who remodeled the home, according to The News Tribune.

To ward against evil spirits, Clopton penciled in a few passages from the Bible on the walls and brought in two pastors to bestow their blessings.

The Bundy family moved from Vermont to the home in Tacoma, Washington back in 1955.

In 1989, Ted Bundy was convicted of killing two sorority members and a 12-year-old girl in Florida and was sentenced to death. Authorities then linked Bundy to over 30 murders and believed he may have committed dozens more.

His spree spanned 15 years and 11 states.

Hope Murry, a neighbor who grew up down the street and later bought her childhood house, remembers the Bundys warmly.

“They were a really nice family,” she said according to the News Tribune. She did not recall Ted Bundy specifically.

Bundy was executed on the night of January 24, 1989.