Douglas Clark letter/envelope 6/4/2006
Letter/envelope set with legal paperwork from the condemned California "Sunset Stripe Slayer".
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This auction is for a letter from condemned California "Sunset Strip Slayer" Douglas Daniel Clark. In 1980, Clark, with accomplice Carol Bundy, went on a sadistic murder spree targeting mostly young girls for rape and murder. The case has elements of necrophilia. The pair are credited with killing at least seven victims. Bundy ended up being the weak link and started a dialogue with law enforcement that resulted in their arrest. Clark claimed he was innocent, with little to no knowledge of the of the crimes seemingly to be happening all around him. Bundy struck a deal with prosecutors in order to escape the death penalty, which Clark received in 1983 with her testimony. Clark continues to maintain his innocence. Bundy died of natural causes while serving life in prison in 2003.
ITEM DESCRIPTION: The missive is five pages on four and a half sheets, dated 6/4/2006/2006, signed, "D." All the pages have little notations written on them. There's an article on one of the pages about the new California Son of Sam Law, copies of legal paperwork, and the like. The original envelope is postmarked 6/6/2006. The letter and envelope come inside a protective magazine sleeve with an acid free board and have been stored flat. Message me with any questions you might have. Thanks for having a look-see.
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- 90210, California, United States
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