"He just doesn't look like the type to kill anyone."
Oh, but he did! Many people. And then he talked about it.
Conversations with a killer: Ted Bundy Tapes is the next level scary and the latest Netflix phenomenon after the debut on the streaming service this week. The killer, often described as beautiful and charismatic, makes viewers ask questions about their own surroundings and interactions after learning more about the man who granted 30 kills in 7 states before he was killed. Because of that, the company has suggested "maybe not see it alone."
They are not alone in their warning signs, as the Internet is gathered frozen in a look of terror. The last 24 hours have seen a storm of tweets about the pure shock of the show, but also their inability to look away.
If all this is not enough to keep you sleepless, you might want to go with your serial killer observation. Along with the documentary film comes the first trailer to the film Extremly Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile starring Zac Efron as Ted Bundy . It all coincides with the 30th anniversary of Bundy's death, which took place on January 24, 1989 in a Florida State Prison.