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The series comes from Joe Berlinger, known best for his work on the Paradise Lost trilogy and Unspeakable Crime: the Killing of Jessica Chambers.

Ted Bundy is so in right now. Here's everything you need to know. This would've been nice to know before we binged it, Netflix.

One commenter wrote on YouTube that 'This looks way too... fun... for a movie about a serial killer'. Back in the 1970s, he was accused (and convicted, in many cases) of crimes not limited to rape, murder and, uh, necrophilia.

During a rare visit to death row from the sheriff who put him there, Bundy came close to confessing the Tallahassee murders.

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The movie also focuses on Ted's murder trial, where Ted shockingly represented himself. "He defied all expectations of what a serial killer is". While he was being connected to a series of homicides in other states, he made two prison escapes and murdered three more people before being recaptured in Florida in 1978. It's still seeking distribution and no release has been set yet.

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Netflix recently released the chilling "Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes".

What alarmed me most - and what the Netflix special highlights so well - is how easily Bundy tricked intelligent young women into thinking he was harmless merely because he didn't look like Charles Manson.

Because Bundy was a compulsive liar, it's hard to find a full and accurate account of the many murders he committed.

After getting confirmation Bundy was dead, the crowd sang, "Hey hey hey, goodbye". I also wasn't mad for murderers like some of my classmates who were obsessed with serial killers like Bundy, Jack the Ripper, John Wayne Gacy and the Zodiac Killer.

Crime writer Ann Rule, who authored "The Stranger Beside Me", had a friendship with Bundy before his death, having met him when they both volunteered for a suicide hotline in 1971.

"The most damaging kinds of pornography are those that involve sexual violence, because the wedding of those two forces, as I know only too well, brings about behaviour that is just too awful to describe".