From Making a Murderer to The Staircase, Netflix has blessed us with some killer crime documentaries in the last year. Excuse the pun.
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Now, the streaming giant is kickstarting the new year with a Netflix original documentary titled Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes. The twisted true crime series promises to take viewers inside the mind of Ted Bundy— arguably America's most infamous serial killer who confessed to over two dozen murders.
Produced by Emmy Award-winning director Joe Berlinger, and dropping on January 24, the four-part series ties in with the 30th anniversary of his execution in 1989 and will give an extremely rare insight into the mind of the sex offender. Sharing unheard audio from an interview conducted while he was on death row, Conversations With a Killer will also delve into Bundy's infamous trial and the media frenzy that surrounded it.
Born in 1945, Theodore Robert Bundy kidnapped, assaulted, raped and murdered at least 30 women, with many experts believing he actually killed over 100 people. Cleverly, the most notorious criminal of the late 20th century used his good looks and undeniable charm to lure women in. Bundy was sentenced to death and executed in 1989.