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Karen Pryor, pictured on the right, was a victim of Ted Bundy's disaster in 1978. Although she escaped with her life, she said that every bone in her face was broken by the corrupt serial killer

Two women who survived Ted Bundy & # 39; s murderous student house in 1978, have revealed the hair-raising details of when the serial killer brutally struck them.

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Karen Pryor and Cheryl Thomas appeared on the Dr Oz Show on Tuesday and recalled their near escape to becoming two of the fatal victims of Bundy.

After he slipped into Chi Omega's women's home while the co-eds were sleeping, the murderer attacked Pryor and three other female students.

Pryor, whose name was Chandler at the time, recorded an unimaginable record of fractures.

& # 39; I had a skull fracture. Most of my bones were broken in the face. My jaw, my orbital bones, my nose – I had teeth off, & she said.

She said she did not remember the attack anymore and went to sleep that night and woke up the next day in the hospital with the horrible injuries.

Researchers later told her that she had pulled her arms across her face to protect herself.

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& # 39; He broke my arm and pinched my finger, & # 39; she added.

Karen Pryor, pictured on the right, was a victim of Ted Bundy's disaster in 1978. Although she escaped with her life, she said that every bone in her face was broken by the corrupt serial killer

Karen Pryor, pictured on the right, was a victim of Ted Bundy's disaster in 1978. Although she escaped with her life, she said that every bone in her face was broken by the corrupt serial killer

Pryor made a list of injuries from the night in January 1978, including a fractured skull and fractures in her eye bones. The maiden name of Pryor was Chandler and she was only 22 when Bundy entered the house of the women's club and waved a piece of firewood to grunt her

Pryor made a list of injuries from the night in January 1978, including a fractured skull and fractures in her eye bones. The maiden name of Pryor was Chandler and she was only 22 when Bundy entered the house of the women's club and waved a piece of firewood to grunt her

Pryor made a list of injuries from the night in January 1978, including a fractured skull and fractures in her eye bones. The maiden name of Pryor was Chandler and she was only 22 when Bundy entered the house of the women's club and waved a piece of firewood to grunt her

Bundy, pictured here after his first arrest in 1977, broke into the student house and went from room to room to murder and attack the young women in their sleep. Two of the victims died while two survived. After finishing in the student house of Chi Omega, he moved to a nearby apartment where 21-year-old dance student Cheryl Thomas lived

Bundy, pictured here after his first arrest in 1977, broke into the student house and went from room to room to murder and attack the young women in their sleep. Two of the victims died while two survived. After finishing in the student house of Chi Omega, he moved to a nearby apartment where 21-year-old dance student Cheryl Thomas lived

Bundy, pictured here after his first arrest in 1977, broke into the student house and went from room to room to murder and attack the young women in their sleep. Two of the victims died while two survived. After finishing in the student house of Chi Omega, he moved to a nearby apartment where 21-year-old dance student Cheryl Thomas lived

Bundy destroyed Cheryl Thomas (pictured here), dreams of becoming a professional dancer by causing her nerve damage and balance problems. She said it was her family who helped her through the attacks
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Bundy destroyed Cheryl Thomas (pictured here), dreams of becoming a professional dancer by causing her nerve damage and balance problems. She said it was her family who helped her through the attacks

Bundy destroyed Cheryl Thomas (pictured here), dreams of becoming a professional dancer by causing her nerve damage and balance problems. She said it was her family who helped her through the attacks

Cheryl Thomas was a 21-year-old dance student at Florida State University and Bundy broke into her apartment shortly after his attack on the student house a few blocks away.

He broke her jaw and broke a nerve that led to her left ear, causing serious hearing loss and balance problems.

She said her neighbors were the ones saving her life.

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& # 39; I had two neighbors next to the duplex where I lived and they hear something happen next door, & # 39; she explained.

& # 39; They could hear it through the wall. So they called my house. We then had landlines and it went and went and I didn't answer. But during the ringing they heard some sort of running in the house. & # 39;

Thomas said during the show that it was her neighbors who heard what was happening and called the police to save her. They heard her moan and scream and warn authorities

Thomas said during the show that it was her neighbors who heard what was happening and called the police to save her. They heard her moan and scream and warn authorities

Thomas said during the show that it was her neighbors who heard what was happening and called the police to save her. They heard her moan and scream and warn authorities

Karen Pryor, whose maiden name was Chandler, testifies during the murder trial of Ted Bundy. Bundy had lived in an apartment building nearby under the supposed name of Chris Hagan

Karen Pryor, whose maiden name was Chandler, testifies during the murder trial of Ted Bundy. Bundy had lived in an apartment building nearby under the supposed name of Chris Hagan

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Karen Pryor, whose maiden name was Chandler, testifies during the murder trial of Ted Bundy. Bundy had lived in an apartment building nearby under the supposed name of Chris Hagan

& # 39; He ran and pushed a big chair in front of my house door and then he ran back through the kitchen windows, & # 39; Thomas continued.

& # 39; So they heard this coming and I think I moaned. … they called the police. & # 39;

She had studied to become a professional dancer, but Bundy's furious attack quickly blew out her dreams.

Thomas, pictured here in the 70s, eventually obtained a bachelor's degree in dance and a master's degree in deaf education

Thomas, pictured here in the 70s, eventually obtained a bachelor's degree in dance and a master's degree in deaf education

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Thomas, pictured here in the 70s, eventually obtained a bachelor's degree in dance and a master's degree in deaf education

Ted Bundy can be leaned against the wall while the charges for murdering the two co-eds are read to him in 1978 by Leon County Sheriff Ken Katarsis

Ted Bundy can be leaned against the wall while the charges for murdering the two co-eds are read to him in 1978 by Leon County Sheriff Ken Katarsis

Ted Bundy can be leaned against the wall while the charges for murdering the two co-eds are read to him in 1978 by Leon County Sheriff Ken Katarsis

During the show Thomas said: “I have a lot of support from family, community, Tallahassee, the police, the sheriffs.

& # 39; There were many people who wanted me to succeed, and they hugged you all the time. If you were not personal, you knew they had the power. & # 39;

Thomas eventually obtained a bachelor's degree in dance and a master's degree in deaf education.

Early in the morning of January 15, 1978, Bundy roamed from bedroom to bedroom of the Chi Omega women's clubhouse, with a three-foot oak limb. He lived in an apartment near the university under the pseudonym Chris Hagen.

Four women, who had slept, were bludgeoned and bitten, and at least one was sexually abused, the authorities said. Two died.

Pryor was one of those who survived and was the first to be found.

Ted Bundy stares at the photographer during the second jury day in his murder case in Miami, Florida. It is estimated that Bundy killed 30 women during his murder career and was accused of sexually abusing many of his victims.

Ted Bundy stares at the photographer during the second jury day in his murder case in Miami, Florida. It is estimated that Bundy killed 30 women during his murder career and was accused of sexually abusing many of his victims.

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Ted Bundy stares at the photographer during the second jury day in his murder case in Miami, Florida. It is estimated that Bundy killed 30 women during his murder career and was accused of sexually abusing many of his victims.

Another sorority sister, Kathy Kleiner, had broken her jaw in three places by Bundy and it was tied up for almost three months.

Margaret Bowman, who was 21, was beaten with a piece of firewood before the corrupt murderer strangled her death with a piece of string.

The most horrible actions of Bundy that night were for 20-year-old co-ed, Lisa Levy. After he strangled her, he almost tore off her nipple and left teeth behind in her butt with his strength. He then sexually assaulted her body after death.

Ted Bundy is believed to have killed dozens of women, including (top row, left to right) Kimberly Leach, Caryn Campbell, Margaret Bowman, Debbie Kent, (second row, left to right) Laura Aime, Roberta Parks, Georgann Hawkins, Donna Manson, (third row, from left to right) Lynda Healy, Janice Ott, Denise Naslund, Susan Rancourt, (fourth row, from left to right) Katherine Devine, Melissa Smith, Brenda Ball and Lisa Levy

Ted Bundy is believed to have killed dozens of women, including (top row, left to right) Kimberly Leach, Caryn Campbell, Margaret Bowman, Debbie Kent, (second row, left to right) Laura Aime, Roberta Parks, Georgann Hawkins, Donna Manson, (third row, from left to right) Lynda Healy, Janice Ott, Denise Naslund, Susan Rancourt, (fourth row, from left to right) Katherine Devine, Melissa Smith, Brenda Ball and Lisa Levy

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Ted Bundy is believed to have killed dozens of women, including (top row, left to right) Kimberly Leach, Caryn Campbell, Margaret Bowman, Debbie Kent, (second row, left to right) Laura Aime, Roberta Parks, Georgann Hawkins, Donna Manson, (third row, from left to right) Lynda Healy, Janice Ott, Denise Naslund, Susan Rancourt, (fourth row, from left to right) Katherine Devine, Melissa Smith, Brenda Ball and Lisa Levy

The body of Ted Bundy can be seen after he was executed in Florida in 1989 by electrocution. The charge that killed him was the murder of 12-year-old Kimberly Leach

The body of Ted Bundy can be seen after he was executed in Florida in 1989 by electrocution. The charge that killed him was the murder of 12-year-old Kimberly Leach

The body of Ted Bundy can be seen after he was executed in Florida in 1989 by electrocution. The charge that killed him was the murder of 12-year-old Kimberly Leach

In the same year, the murderer kidnapped a 12-year-old schoolgirl from her high school. The police arrested Bundy shortly after they strangled the corpse of Kimberly Leach as they tucked it over a stolen vehicle.

It is believed that Bundy killed 30 people during his murder career.

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Florida sentenced him to death in 1980 and he was electrocuted on January 24, 1989. He was 42 years old.

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