On August 30th, 1974 Ted Bundy handed a letter of resignation to his superior at the Office of Emergency Services where he was a clerk. “It is with some regret – not much – that I submit my resignation,” Bundy wrote. “Try to bribe me, slash my tires… but the world needs me. The time I’ve spend here is without value – it is invaluable.” At the bottom of the page, Bundy wrote : “Caution: Tears will run the ink.” Bundy then left Seattle to enroll in the University of Utah Law School in Salt Lake City. – Rolling Stone, December 14, 1978

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