'I don't think I would have survived': Survivors recall night of Ted Bundy's attack

Former FSU students Karen Chandler, Cheryl Thomas and Kathy Kleiner remember the early morning of Jan. 15, 1978, when Ted Bundy went on a rampage that left Margaret Bowman and Lisa Levy dead.
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In the early morning hours and when 3 o'clock and 315 million. There was an intruder in the town million sorority house he had with him some sort of wouldn't. About that in the girl's real upstairs upstairs in the rooms along cried and at the popular posters. With little. Church Handel. She was battle forward blue and what. Pretty much every kind of my thanks to strengthen my front teeth com warm. Mostly gone natural reward it happened yeah there was a loud banging noise. The nation they mentioned about. Her injuries were much more expensive it all actually. Hanging awful. We want you to still. And she was totally her. I remembered man laying on my dad and trying to talk trying to say something her scream or anything. And I couldn't make any noise because my jaw was broken in three places. I decided to go and historic mark church and talk a little more booms would. He didn't get a response. I opened the door. And I went and pulled the cover back to see who strangled and beaten about predict ocean. Cost up across the hallway and they're working the body in the bay and that usually. Please leave who was beaten severely about the head and body she also strangled. After this horrendous attack occur Iomega. He goes just about four blocks away he'd ended up ahead to what we call the Dunwoody resident school which was the residence of Cheryl Thomas war. I was a student at Florida state university and I was a chance to major I was living with Cheryl Thomas. I woke up to this loud banging sound. Then we get here Sheryl. Maloney whimpering. And I called Sheryl. We could hear the phone ringing because the wall was so thin that she was answering her phone and that's what possessed you to called the police department vice. And an investigator immediately to that location. She win him and she found Cheryl Thomas on the floor. In blah then beaten. He came injure my kitchen window he had warned. Because over his case he pulled down option that was dropped on my floor. If I did not have. My neighbors calling I don't think I would have survived. My passion. And mean he left for dead I remember flashes of. Things. That basically broke up an intensive care. My mom told me that there were two other sorority sisters and they did not survive the attack. Tyree action was not. You know it's like that's not right wounded that didn't happen. You know that that just didn't happen they're fine and I could not get the girl I was in her. And I'm. So I wanted to call the few things went ahead. And that's what through.

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