This 4-part Netflix true-crime documentary focuses on one of the most evil serial killers of all time, Ted Bundy, featuring never-before heard interviews with the man himself and a variety of witnesses and key figures in the story.
The series covers the entirety of the Bundy story, beginning with his life as a child, taking us through all the atrocities he committed and his subsequent trial and death. It’s a fascinating, deeply unsettling story and it’s hard to comprehend the evil that Bundy was capable of.
If you’re a fan of true-crime, or if, like myself, you find yourself fascinated with serial killers, then this is a must watch documentary, it’s an intriguing look into the mind of one of the most notorious killers we will ever know.
However, if you’re easily disturbed, I wouldn’t recommend watching this alone, because Bundy’s tale is one that will send chills down your spine, I’ve just finished watching it myself, and I’ve got a weird feeling in the pit of my stomach and I’m pretty sure my heart is beating slightly faster. I might have to sleep with a light on tonight!
I give Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes an 8.5/10.
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