Missing since June 11, 1974 from Seattle, Washington.
Classification: Non-family Abduction
Circumstances of Disappearance
On June 10th, Hawkins and a sorority sister had gone to party and had a couple of mixed drinks. Georgeann then left to stop by her boyfriend's room and say goodnight to him on her way back to her own dorm, which was just 6 houses down from him. She was a very cautious girl and rarely walked anywhere alone, but the street was so well lighted, and hardly deserted.
She visited her boyfriend and then headed for the street. A friend called out of a window to her, and they chatted for a few minutes. She said goodnight and walked 30 feet away before he stuck his head back in through the window. Two other male friends remembered seeing her cover the last 20 feet before disappearing around the corner. She only had 40 feet to go in the brightly lit alley.
Georgeann's roommate knew something was wrong when she didn't arrive 2 hours later, and she called Georgeann's boyfriend and learned she had left his place at 01.00 am. She woke the housemother, and together they waited for the girl. They called the police in the morning, and because of other disappearances in the area, the Seattle police took action immediately. They later learned that a housemother had awaken to a high scream. She'd thought it was a few of the students horsing around, and went back to sleep.
Ted Bundy confessed to Georgeann Hawkins murder before his execution. She has never been found.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Seattle Police Department
Seattle/King County Crime Stoppers
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Agency Case Number: 74-31075
The Forgotten Victims of Ted Bundy