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Netflix Advising Not To Watch New True Crime Documentary Alone

Netflix Advising Not To Watch New True Crime Documentary Alone

The new true-crime documentary Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes was released yesterday to rave reviews with 92% of Google users liking the show.

The four-episode true crime documentary series features previously unheard of audio interviews with Ted Bundy while he was on death row. The series aims to help audiences “get inside the twisted mind of America’s most notorious serial killer in his own words”. Based on the feedback so far its fair to say that they have succeeded in doing so. Netflix has even gone as far as advising audiences not to watch the series alone.

 

 

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Due to the extent of his crimes Ted Bundy is the most notorious America serial killer and self- described as “the most cold-hearted son of a bitch you’ll ever meet”. He confessed to 30 homicides on death row, but it is widely considered that the true number of his victims is much higher with reports even suggesting as high as 100. Bundy was charismatic, charming, intelligent and attractive and lured his victims into a false sense of security. From watching the Netflix documentary, this is what viewers found the most disturbing, the ease at which Bundy speaks of his crimes.

If you’re a fan of the true crime genre Abducted in Plain Sight is another new true-crime documentary that is sure to have you gripped from the start. Abducted in Plain Sight details a family that falls prey to the manipulative charms of a neighbour, who abducts their adolescent daughter, not once but twice.

Happy Netflix viewing and don’t forget don’t view alone!

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Deirdre Kelly

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