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An ex-girlfriend of Ted Bundy has revealed how the serial killer would laugh as he tried to drown her in a new documentary.
The woman, who only gave her name as Sandy, dated Bundy while as a college student in the 60s and has never talked about her experience before.
She was interviewed by Dr Al Carlisle, who interviewed numerous criminals like Bundy as well as Arthur Gary Bishop and Manny Cortez.
Dr Carlisle would then track down those who had been targeted and affected by Bundy, to try to discover where his violent tendencies originated.
Sandy recounted on the Oxygen documentary, Violent Minds: Killers on Tape, how her serial killer boyfriend dunked her under the water on a picnic date by the river.
His girlfriend was interviewed by Dr Al Carlisle, who interviewed numerous criminals like Bundy as well as Arthur Gary Bishop and Manny Cortez
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She claimed he held her there for nearly a minute, adding: '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, he just laughed.'
Sandy also alleged Bundy liked choking her during sex, which 'frightened' her.
Her recollection was one of the 'first indications' to Dr Carlisle that he was 'getting violent'.
He said: 'He can't control himself when he's having sex. He's choking and so, yeah, I'm seeing violence developing.
'It was clear that Ted was not the normal college student he wanted others to see him as.
'He had been aggressive in putting his arm over his sexual partner's throat and choking her during sex. [It] bordered on homicide.'
The tapes were only discovered after Dr Carlisle's death in 2018, and are now going to be made public or the first time on April 2.