The Sunset Murders Author:Louise Farr The unlikeliest of couples, they met at the Little Nashville Club in North Hollywood, California. Doug Clark was a charmer, a handsome and eloquent golden boy who made Carol Bundy, a matronly thirty-seven-year-old mother of two, feel beautiful. She thought she was in love. In truth, she had met one of the most coldblooded kille... more »rs of this century, a man who would sweep her into an orgy of sexual obsession and serial murder.
Doug Clark transformed Carol into his ideal woman: someone who loved him enough to kill. Together they cruised the Sunset Strip in a blue Buick station wagon, looking for a prostitute for Doug -- the next victim in their series of grisly sex murders that claimed the lives of eight young women. By the time their depraved odyssey ended in a Los Angeles courtroom, Carol Bundy, who had once considered herself "Mrs. Average America," would tell police, "It's fun to kill people. . .If I were allowed to run loose, I'd probably do it again."« less
This is a disturbing story of how a severely disturbed man was able to manipulate a frumpy mother to aid in his pursuit of killing women. His perversions knew no boundaries as he was also a child molester. The story of Doug Clark and Carol Bundy (no relation to Ted Bundy) is reminiscent of Sacramento, California, serial killers Gerald Gallego and Charlene Williams. Great book!