🗓On This Date🗓 24-year-old Denise Lynn Oliverson left her home in Grand Junction, Colorado on April 6, 1975 to go for a bike ride after having an argument with her husband.
Denise was headed to her parents’ house, but never made it. The following day, her yellow ten-speed bike and her sandals were found under a viaduct near a railroad bridge close to the Colorado River on U.S. Route 50, but Denise was nowhere to be found.
Denise was 5'4, 105 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes. She was wearing a long-sleeved green Indian-print blouse, Levi's jeans, sandals and a silver band-type ring on her right pinky finger.
Denise is believed to be a victim of serial killer Ted Bundy. Shortly before his execution in 1989, he told investigators that he had kidnapped Denise and murdered her in his car near the Utah state line. Bundy claimed that he put her body in the Colorado River. Denise has never been found.
Anyone with information should contact the Grand Junction Police Department at 970-244-3649.
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