Ted Bundy’s ex shares intimate details of ‘scary’ bedroom habit


Details of Ted Bundy’s relationship with a university girlfriend offer insight into the serial killer‘s violent streak, a psychologist has said. His former lover’s story was collected by expert Dr Al Carlisle and included in a new docuseries titled Violent Minds: Killers on Tape. Identified only as Sandy, Bundy’s ex said she experienced his violent tendencies herself when dating the serial killer in the 1960s.

Sandy told Dr Carlisle that she was left “frightened” after Bundy tried to choke her during sex.

She also recalled being kept underwater for nearly a minute while swimming with the serial killer – an experience during which she first saw an evil streak in his eyes.

The woman said: “That’s when he was dunking me in the water.

“It’s playful up until the point someone is trying to get away to get air.”

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“Dr Carlisle wanted to understand what would drive someone to take such a dark path. He truly believed everyone was good.”

She continued: “On the surface, Bundy seemed like a pretty good guy. He was a Republican who did a lot of political work, and he was quite good at it.

“He also worked at a rape crisis centre. He exuded confidence. But as doc spoke to those who knew Bundy — his mom, his friends, the ex-landlady, the girlfriends — there was a whole different side to him that nobody knew about and Ted certainly didn’t talk about.

“That’s what grabbed him. Doc felt that each killer created themselves. Fantasy plays a huge role in it. And sometimes that fantasy life is more than anything. And these people go down a path to a point where you don’t even recognize them anymore.”

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