June 7, 2017

I’ve always had fascinations of exploring haunted places so I was super excited to be visiting one of America’s notorious serial killer from the ‘70s. Take a guess…

 

 

 

 

 

Well it’s no other than Ted Bundy himself.

Ted Bundy

Ted Bundy, known for being charismatic, handsome, and extremely smart (he went to law school), lured young woman into secluded areas and rape/murder them. Turns out he’s also a necrophiliac.

With the actual realization that I’m actually going to visit Ted Bundy’s cellar, I was stoked to get a VIP tour from Brian Gates (one of my good friends/tour guide from Grimm Ghost Tours). Brian took Edward, Jackie and I to Emigration Canyon through some windy roads.

To get there, you have to pass Hogle Zoo and drive onto Emigration Canyon Rd. Keep a lookout for a sign that says “ARCHERY-ONLY HUNTING AREA.” That is where you will park your car to get to Bundy’s cellar.


Fun Fact: Emigration Canyon was one of the places where the Donner Party migrated along the way to California. When their food supply ran out, the Donner Party became cannibalistic all the while eating animal meat and dead humans to survive in the Sierra Nevadas.

So you can already guess…Donner Party + Ted Bundy = DOUBLE THE HORROR!!!

We headed to a metal fence leading to a dirt path.

This was a short walk leading to this tiny cellar. Now this cellar is where Ted Bundy dumped his victims’ bodies. Sounds crazy, right?

Inside was nothing too creepy, but Edward and Jackie had a really bad feeling about this place. I guess I’m the only one who can’t feel bad energy.

Walking to the left through some small patches of grass lies Ted Bundy’s house. It is now just piles of bricks scattered around. So there wasn’t much to explore there.

So there you have it. This is definitely one of the coolest places to explore especially since it’s supposedly haunted. If you get lucky, maybe you’ll see one of Bundy’s victims lurking around…

Update: The cellar is now boarded so there is no way to enter the cellar.

3 Comments

3 Replies to “A Look into America’s Notorious Killer’s Cellar”

  1. Visited July 11, 2018. It had metal pole type things trying to block people from entering, but I still slid through. Interesting experience. Didn’t physically see anything, but felt somebody behind me while I was in the cellar and felt somebody following my friend and I to the gate. I will be back next year for more investigations

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