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His coiled-up rage showed its true face when Kloepfer confronted him about his stealing, which seemed to have become a habit.“If you ever tell anyone about this, I’ll break your fucking neck,” he told her.The 24-year-old secretary had just recently graduated from Utah State University. Kloepfer was raising a two-year-old daughter by herself and had recently gotten divorced.“The chemistry between us was incredible,” she wrote in her book.It didn’t take long after news reports of a suspect named “Ted” who drove a Volkswagen were a daily occurrence that Kloepfer suspected her lover of being a murderous sociopath.The disappearances, suspect descriptions, and a report claiming the man’s arm was in a cast were enough for her to alert the authorities.The thrilling new relationship was off to a great start, with the pair taking a trip to Vancouver the following weekend.
Though he didn’t physically assault her, his venomous verbal abuse was serious and disconcerting.
When Kloepfer asked Bundy about this, he threatened her life. ’ And he said to her, ‘if you ever tell anyone this I’ll break your effing head.” The early days of Bundy and Kloepfer’s relationship were seemingly flawless.
Once the handsome, well-dressed man across the bar asked her to dance, their fates seemed to be set in stone.
“Now I keep thinking about the cast the guy at Lake Sammamish was wearing — what a perfect weapon it would make for clubbing someone on the head.” When Kloepfer found a hatchet in his Volkswagen, Bundy waved her fears away by claiming he chopped down a tree at his parents’ cabin a week earlier.
On August 8, 1974, however, the wary Kloepfer called the Seattle Police Department.
Though Bundy’s arm wasn’t broken, her memory of the plaster of Paris in Bundy’s desk drawer confirmed her suspicions.