4 episodes

From 1974 to 1978, serial killer Ted Bundy killed at least an estimated 30 women and girls across six states. He slinked into basement apartments, stalked beaches and preyed on college campuses. In "Hunted," a special, three-part podcast, the Coloradoan delves into Bundy's crimes, his victims and his little-known time terrorizing Colorado

Hunted: Inside Ted Bundy's Trail of Terror Fort Collins Coloradoan

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.1 • 259 Ratings

From 1974 to 1978, serial killer Ted Bundy killed at least an estimated 30 women and girls across six states. He slinked into basement apartments, stalked beaches and preyed on college campuses. In "Hunted," a special, three-part podcast, the Coloradoan delves into Bundy's crimes, his victims and his little-known time terrorizing Colorado

    Introducing "Hunted: Inside Ted Bundy's trail of terror"

    Introducing "Hunted: Inside Ted Bundy's trail of terror"

    Could Ted Bundy's 1970s killing spree have been stopped? In this special, three-part podcast series produced by the Fort Collins Coloradoan, we delve into Bundy's crimes, victims and multiple escapes from Colorado law enforcement.

    • 2 min
    Part 3: Unrefined

    Part 3: Unrefined

    After escaping Colorado authorities a second time, Ted Bundy goes on to commit his most savage string of attacks yet.

    • 29 min
    Part 2: The break

    Part 2: The break

    After a happenstance traffic stop outside Salt Lake City, Ted Bundy's time as a nameless, faceless phantom comes to an end. Officially known to authorities, Bundy finally faces a few of his crimes. But he has not intention of staying put.

    • 31 min
    Part 1: The phantom

    Part 1: The phantom

    In 1974 and 1975, the disappearances start - from sorority rows and ski lodges to bars and beaches. Women vanish with hardly a trace and authorities scramble for leads. Soon, they'd have a name: Ted.

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
259 Ratings

259 Ratings

lizy3217 ,

Narration could be better

I didn’t get through one full episode because I found the narrator’s voice boring. From what little I did hear it sounds like it could be interesting if the narrator doesn’t bother you. I gave it a fair high rating even though I didn’t enjoy it because I didn’t give it much of a chance so it could have gotten better and be worth listening to, even with the subpar narration.

megs with eggs ,

Amazing

I love this podcast so much! Some people think the narrators voice is boring but I think it perfect because it’s not overly enthusiastic but also not too boring. The stuff she talks about is also very interesting. I love it so much!

BarberSean ,

Great Info !!

She told the story well, with an abundance of information. I stumbled on this podcast by mistake and so glad I did. I hope she had many more cases to tell us about in the future! Thanks

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