Bones thought possibly to be the remains of a 17-year-old victim of serial killer Ted Bundy turned out to be those of animals, a sheriff said.
Utah State Crime Laboratory examiners determined that the bones found Friday outside Capitol Reef National Park were those of a cow and coyote, Wayne County Sheriff Kerry Ekker said Tuesday.
Bundy was executed on Jan. 24 in Florida. Before he died, he told detectives that he had killed eight women in Utah but identified only three of them. One was Nancy Wilcox, whom he said he had buried near the park, 200 miles south of Salt Lake City.