Carole Ann Boone, also known as Carol Boone or Rose Bundy, is the woman who fell in love with Ted Bundy while he was on death row. She met him when she began writing to him after becoming fascinated by his case. They wrote hundreds of letters to each other and were married on the day that Bundy was executed.
Boone has two children with Bundy; a daughter Rosa (born February 6, 1982), and a son Charlie (born March 9, 1989). Rosa grew up to become an author of crime novels about serial killers.
Carole Ann Boone is currently living in Washington State after having served time for drug charges in Virginia. Her location remains unknown at this time. Prior to their romance, Boone was married to Robert Michael “Mike” Blasier (born October 24, 1957).
My Life with Ted Bundy
Boone is the author of “The Phantom Prince: My Life with Ted Bundy”, which she wrote under the name Carol Ann Boone. She describes life with Bundy and their marriage on death row until his execution in 1989. According to news reports at the time, Boone insisted that Bundy marry her before his execution so that she could collect his remains if necessary. Shortly after the wedding but before the execution took place, there were hints of trouble in their relationship when she changed her mind about wanting any of his remains.
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Carole Ann Boone Meets Ted Bundy
Carole Boone was born in 1956. She grew up in Tacoma, Washington. According to her own account, she met Bundy while attending college at the University of Washington through a mutual friend who worked at one of the local crisis hotlines. As she recalled their first conversation: “He called me ‘a rose among thorns’ and I thought that was so poetic.” At the time, she did not realize he was already married. Boone soon fell deeply in love with Bundy, according to her interview with NBC’s Stone Phillips on Dateline NBC.
Relationships With ted Bundy
He would often say to her that his relationships never lasted longer than three weeks due to his problems communicating about feelings. When Bundy started visiting Seattle during breaks from college, Carole Ann ted Bundy moved into an apartment near the University of Washington. Bundy proposed to her twice before he broke it off, saying that he was afraid of “committing fully.” He did not mention that his former girlfriend from high school, a young woman named Stephanie Brooks, was pregnant with their child at the time.
Becoming Ted Bundy wife’s
The couple stayed in contact and Bundy visited her during breaks from school. He eventually asked Carole to marry him and she accepted. However, he soon broke off the engagement without explanation after visiting her. She said that “I’m sure I wasn’t his first choice for marriage but he went on to say what a perfect wife I was because I understood about his problems.”
Carole Ann Boone writes about their relationship as well as life with Ted Bundy wife’s on death row until his execution in 1989 in “The Phantom Prince: My Life with Ted Bundy”. Her children with Bundy were Rosa (born February 6, 1982), and Charlie (born March 9, 1989). At the time of their births, Boone’s husband still unaware of his fatherhood. Charlie was born while Ted Bundy was on trial for murder in Florida. He is now living with his father, Robert “Mike” Blasier, Carole Ann’s former husband.
Carole Ann Boone‘s Daughter, Rose Bundy
Rose Bundy is the daughter of Ted Bundy and Carole Ann Boone. She was born on February 6, 1982. Rose gained her interest in writing after receiving encouragement from her grandmother and by reading Stephen King’s books at age twelve. During the 1980s, Ted met his biological daughter for the first time while on trial for murder in Florida. According to her book “Serial Mom” (1994) by Patricia Springer, Rosa’s mother Carole Boone received a bracelet from Bundy rose with his prison identification number engraved on it as well as rose seeds to give to their daughter Rosa growing up without him ever meeting her. When she gave us rose seeds, he asked me how old Rosa was – I told him she was almost three – he said, ‘I’ll plant these rose seeds for her.’