Woot woot im back at it again, this time I drew them on trad cuz someone’s using the laptop and yeaaaah—
Also checkered polo does go ij Claire 8D <3
(Everything’s in order)
Sorry, I didnt drew the 27th, if its alright~~~
Photo of Janice Ott, one of two women murdered by Ted Bundy near Lake Sammamish State Park in Washington. Courtesy of Rob Dielenberg’s “A Visual Timeline.”
According to Ann Rule’s “The Stranger Beside Me,” Janice Ott held a position with the King County Youth Service Center as a probation case worker. The 23-year-old had been married to her husband, Jim, for a year and a half before her disappearance. Jim was
studying to be a prosthetic designer
in Riverside, California and had plans to reunite with Janice in September that year.
On July 14, 1974, the 5-foot, 100-pound blonde bicycled from her home in Issaquah to Lake Sammamish State Park. Ott left a note for her roommates stating she would return later in the afternoon. Only minutes after arriving at the park, Janice was approached by a man who introduced himself as “Ted.” Witnesses described the man as good looking with a slight accent - sounding British or Canadian - and was dressed in a white tennis outfit with a sling on his right arm. After talking to Ted for a short while, the young woman agreed to help him load a sailboat onto his car. Janice Ott wasn’t seen again until her remains were recovered on September 6, 1974.