Netflix has released Ted Bundy documentary, and the streaming service advice viewers not to watch it alone.
The documentary, Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes, which was made available on Netflix on Thursday, is inspired by the work of journalist Stephen Michaud and Hugh Aynesworth, containing the 1980 Bundy interviews conducted while he was on death row.
The four-part docuseries comprises extracts from the tapes recorded during those discussions, as well as interviews and archive images.
It has been released 30 years post-Bundy’s execution on 24 January 1989.
Netflix has given warning to its viewers upon watching the documentary by themselves, tweeting on the documentary’s premiere: “For those of us with a Ph.D. in true crime podcasts, Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes is now streaming maybe don’t watch it alone x.”
In no time after its release, Conversation with a Killer was trending on social media with users expressing their thoughts how the documentary has terrorized them.
One person wrote: “Wish I’d seen this ‘maybe don’t watch it alone’ warning before, I’m on edge.”
Before his execution, Bundy admitted killing 30 women and girls across seven states.
The true extent of his crimes, still, remains unknown.
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