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Who is Ted Bundy's daughter?

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Ted Bundy had a daughter while incarcerated for his crimes. His girlfriend, Carole Ann Boone, took the child to a different state after she realized his guilt. There is no known record of the name of his daughter.

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Boone did not meet Bundy until after he was already in jail. They carried on an affair via supervised visits that ultimately led up to marriage shortly before his death sentence. Thanks to conjugal visits for inmates, the pair had a daughter. When Carole Ann Boone finally decided to leave Bundy and move to a different state, she changed her name and her child's name. Only a select few people know their whereabouts and aliases, which are not publicly available. Bundy was executed for his crimes in 1989.

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