“I mean, I’m not an animal and I’m not crazy and I don’t have a split personality, I’m just a normal individual.”

Handsome, trusting and charismatic. These are words that people, including some of his own victims, often used to describe Theodore Robert Bundy. Ted Bundy was an American serial killer that went on a rampage from 1974 to 1978 that resulted in the deaths of at least 30 women. But that horrific fact alone isn’t what makes him so notorious. No it’s what he did to the bodies afterwards that truly made him the worst of the worst. Even after he was arrested, the man was cunning enough to make two grand prison escapes.

Now, 30 years after Bundy’s execution in prison, Netflix is releasing a new series called Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes. Directed by Joe Berlinger, the series will be presenting never before seen interviews, new confessions, footage, and photos regarding Bundy’s horrible crimes that were apparently recorded days before his execution. It’s a whole new side of Bundy that only a handful of people have ever seen and true crime aficionados are thrilled. Check out the trailer below!

Present-day interviews, archival footage and audio recordings made on death row form a searing portrait of notorious serial killer Ted Bundy. (Netflix

Netflix’s Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes is available to stream on January 24th.

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Fallon Marie Gannon

A bona fide earthling who finds some comfort in books, movies and coffee. Lots of coffee. Has several regrettable tattoos and her knowledge of horror movies is probably better than yours but she won't hold it against you; it's proof that she has way too much free time. Currently in limbo but manages to occasionally crawl out of it long enough to write for Geek Girl Authority.
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