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A grandma has spoken out about a scary encounter she says she had with serial killer Ted Bundy. Watch her recount the unnerving incident below:
Ted Bundy was said to have killed at least 28 women in the late 1970s and was eventually sentenced to death by electric chair.
She said: "On one side was a man's clothes [section] and on another side was a woman's clothes [section].
"This guy was coming towards me as I was coming in and he stopped me and he says, 'hi, you're a very beautiful woman'.
"And he was good looking himself, he was kind of preppy, but he was good looking and had curly hair.
"Anyways he says, 'would you go out for coffee with me' and I said, 'no I'm a married woman and I'm in a hurry'.
"He kept insisting."
The grandma then said she needed to call her husband Earl and there was a phone at the back of the store.
She continued: "As I was on the phone with Earl, here he is in his little [sports car] and he pulled up right in front of both doors
"He was just sat there [in the car] looking at me, as if I was going to come into the car with him.
"There was no way that I was going to get in the car with him.
"Then I was afraid to leave the store.
"I didn't know it was [Ted Bundy] at the time but later that week there was the news on and they were talking about him."
She continued to say he was very persistent and at the time, asked if one of the workers would walk out of the store with her, because she felt unsafe.
She added: "When I got in my car I kept watching to make sure no one was following me."
One user alluded to the granny's brown hair and commented: "The scariest part is she is a perfect description of his type."
Bundy notoriously went for women with similar hair and features.
Whilst a second user wrote: "It's terrifying how this could've ended. It's so important to know the value of saying no and getting out of uncomfortable situations."
A final user added: "And this is why us women need to ALWAYS trust our instincts!!! Whether people think we're crazy or not!"
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