‘I’m Going To Kill You Now!' Serial Killer Ted Bundy's Survivors Tell All

Murderer 'really knew he was evil,’ his lawyer admits amid new Netflix documentary.

Serial Killer Ted Bundy's Survivors Tell All On Anniversary Of His Execution
Photo Credit: Getty Images (2)
Celebrity
‘I’m Going To Kill You Now!' Serial Killer Ted Bundy's Survivors Tell All

Murderer 'really knew he was evil,’ his lawyer admits amid new Netflix documentary.

Serial Killer Ted Bundy's Survivors Tell All On Anniversary Of His Execution
Photo Credit: Getty Images (2)
View Gallery

Thirty years later, the sick and twisted legacy of Ted Bundy is back in the spotlight, thanks to a new Netflix documentary, and an upcoming movie about serial killer, to be played by Zac Efron.

On January 24, 1989, Bundy, one of the most notorious killers in U.S. history, was executed for his crimes. The then 42-year-old, murdered more than 30 women in Florida, Washington, Utah and Colorado, and bragged about his huge body count. But the actual number of murders may be much higher than that.

From 1974 to 1978, the pretty-boy predator preyed on young women. He’d often lure them to his car feigning injury or asking for help. He’d then overpower his victims, take them to secluded areas where they’d be raped and murdered.

He also enjoyed entering the rooms of sleeping college students and bludgeoning them to death.

Some lucky ones were able to get away from the madman before he could strike. They’ve shared their horrifying experiences of escape with RadarOnline.com over the years. Click through this gallery to hear their stories first-hand.