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Bundy was born Theodore Robert Cowell on November 24, 1946 to Eleanor Louise Cowell (1924–2012)—known for most of her life as Louise—at the Elizabeth Lund Home for Unwed Mothers (now the Lund Family Center) in Burlington, Vermont.
For the first three years of his life, Bundy lived in the Philadelphia home of his maternal grandparents, Samuel and Eleanor Cowell, who raised him as their son to avoid the social stigma that accompanied birth outside wedlock at the time.
Ted occasionally exhibited disturbing behavior, even at that early age.
He told different stories to different people, and refused to divulge the specifics of his earliest crimes, even as he confessed in graphic detail to dozens of later murders in the days preceding his execution.Family, friends, and even young Ted were told that his grandparents were his parents and that his mother was his older sister.Eventually he discovered the truth, though his recollection of the circumstances varied.Psychiatrist Dorothy Lewis would later pinpoint this crisis as "probably the pivotal time in his development".Back in Washington in the fall of 1969, he met Elizabeth Kloepfer (identified in Bundy literature as Meg Anders, Beth Archer, or Liz Kendall), a divorcée from Ogden, Utah, who worked as a secretary at the University of Washington School of Medicine.