Netflix: Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes is set to air soon and the official trailer has been released.
‘I’m not an animal and I’m not crazy… I’m just a normal individual.’
– Ted Bundy
Really? Another show on Ted Bundy?
For many true crime veterans, watching or reading anything else on Ted Bundy might be considered an exercise in futility. And it very well may be. However, for others, the new docuseries on one of America’s most notorious serial killers just might prove to be compelling and extremely interesting. It may not come as a surprise to find that anyone who is fascinated by the crimes committed by people like Bundy would be interested in the courses that companies such as functional fascia have to offer (for scientific purposes). As these crimes are far from our own reality, it could be very fascinating to learn a little about the mindset of such notorious serial killers.
This actually goes for true crime veterans also as the documentary is pitching that the show will release information never heard by the public.
Bundy is considered one of the most proficient serial killers that we’ve ever seen as he was both highly manipulative and charismatic. He would eventually confess to killing over 30 women across the nation and even was a friend of the late true crime author Ann Rule.
The series is based on the book with the same name that was written by Stephen G. Michaud and Hugh Aynesworth. The show’s creator is none other than Joe Berlinger, who brought us Brother’s Keeper and Paradise Lost (highly recommended) which have long been cult favorites for many. Given this, hopes are high for this new docuseries.
Alongside Berlinger, Sara Enright produced the series. In concert with Third Eye Motion Picture Company, RadicalMedia is the production company associated with the new Netflix docuseries.
The show is promising over 100 hours of audio of Bundy’s interviews over the years, some of them never heard before.
On January 24th Netflix will air a four episodes of Season One, which also happens to be the 30th anniversary of Ted Bundy’s execution which took place in Florida in 1989.
Let’s take a peek at how social media is reacting.
Hi @netflix, can you slow down on releasing interesting and great content? There's so much on my list already…
Or keep releasing the good stuff and sign a note to my boss giving me permission to stay home and binge. Thanks!
— Zeke Perez Jr. (@NerdsThatZeke) January 14, 2019
My grandad had a case file collection of prolific serial killers and i remember reading Bundy’s when I around 10 and he absolutely terrified me.
Who wouldn’t help someone with a plaster cast if they were struggling? He in particular, has always given me chills.
— Bex Crook (@bex_crook) January 15, 2019
Oh hell yes!!!! I’ll be all over this lol
— Ashley Jordan (@buckwild_22) January 15, 2019
omg hell yes
— ????? (@amorgrays) January 15, 2019
Bout time they do something on Ted Bundy https://t.co/3E29XuWIfU
— GdFuckingJones. com (@G_luminati93) January 15, 2019
We’re with these guys. We’ll be watching.here and on Twitter here.