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Harry stated that she and Blondie guitarist Chris Stein, who was her boyfriend at the time, were tied up by an armed robber in her New York home.This is believed to have occurred before Blondie became a household name in the 1970s.“Then he poked around searching for anything worth anything,” the singer said.“He piled up the guitars and Chris’ camera and then he untied my hands and told me to take off my pants.” Harry claims the rape wasn’t the worst part of the ordeal. In her forthcoming book “Face It,” Debbie Harry shares what she believes was an attempted abduction by killer Bundy.tracked down the book, published in 1981 (and the basis for the Netflix film ), to learn more about Bundy's life and relationships behind closed doors.Kloepfer describes an affectionate relationship between the pair with few indications that the charismatic law school student could have been capable of such horrific acts of violence.For years, Elizabeth Kloepfer considered Ted Bundy her lover, but one chilly night in Seattle he almost became her killer as well.
After seeing the items, Kloepfer blurted out, "You're nothing but a thief."Bundy grabbed her arm and told her, "If you ever tell anyone about this, I'll break your f---ing neck," she wrote in the book.After calling her from jail, Bundy told Kloepfer he had tried to kill her one chilly night in Seattle as she was sleeping on a hide-a-bed in front of the fireplace.While she was asleep, he had closed the damper on the fireplace so that the smoke couldn't escape out of the chimney, then put a towel under the crack in the door and went home."I remembered that night well.But while the incident had frightened her, later that night he came to her apartment crying and told her he didn't know why he had stolen the items.She would also recount an incident when Bundy hit her during an interview with Randy Hergesheimer of the King County Police."I was embarrassed but I told Hergesheimer about the only time Ted had hit me," she wrote. I couldn't remember what we were arguing about but I kept telling Ted to ‘go ahead and hit me. ' Finally he slapped me."Despite these frightening incidents, as police began to suspect Bundy was responsible for the grisly murders of young women in Washington and Utah, she still had trouble reconciling the murderer police were describing with the man she was in love with."He was not a violent person," she wrote.