Netflix recently released the chilling "Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes.” The documentary includes interviews with the serial killer himself, as well as one woman who luckily survived when Bundy tried to kidnap her.

Due to its content, Netflix has warned viewers to not watch the documentary alone, as it is coldly terrifying. Released on the 30th anniversary of the execution of Bundy, the documentary includes interviews where Bundy conversationally confesses to brutally killing 36 young girls and women in the 1970s.

Previous unheard interviews with serial killer Ted Bundy

As noted by Refinery29, it is 30 years since the brutal serial killer was executed by electric chair in the Florida State Prison. At the time, a crowd of around 2,000 people cheered as they waited for news of Ted Bundy’s death.

The Netflix documentary contains hours of previously unheard audio footage of interviews with Ted Bundy. It also includes testimonies from several women who met the serial killer but survived to tell the tale, including one below.

Bundy openly talks about his crimes, as if he is talking about the weather while admitting he was occasionally scared, but including grisly and terrifying details.

Due to the harrowing content, Netflix recently headed to Twitter to warn its viewers. They wrote that even those with a PhD in true crime podcasts should possibly not watch the documentary alone.

Director Joe Berlinger spoke to Refinery29 about the documentary, saying the Netflix series is the cataloguing of a “deep dive” into Ted Bundy, from the “cradle to the grave.” Berlinger added that the series really dissects his methodologies and crimes.

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He said Bundy taps into people’s most primal fear, that they don’t really know and cannot trust the person sleeping next to them. While people believe evil criminals are “easily identifiable,” Bundy shows that the people doing the most terrifying and evil deeds are often those we know and trust well.

Twitter responds to Netflix warning

As reported by NME, one Twitter user asked why they were getting the feeling the Ted Bundy documentary was going to f*** his mind for a while.

Another, who had obviously started streaming “Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes,” said the interviews were “f****** terrifying, adding that Bundy was a “complete and utter sociopath,” and that hearing him talk about the murders was bizarre.

Netflix is not alone in releasing documentary footage about Bundy.

In 2019 there will also be another documentary titled “Theodore” along with a feature Film starring Zac Efron and titled “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.”

“Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes” is available on Netflix now. Readers can watch a teaser trailer for the documentary here.

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