If you're into the dark fringes of true crime media… The forthcoming documentary "Conversations With A Killer," about serial killer Ted Bundy, is based on 100 hours of two journalists' unheard audio interviews conducted on death row before Bundy was executed in 1989. From Rolling Stone:
The series also explores how Bundy was able to avert capture as he didn't adhere to the serial killer stereotype; women flocked to Bundy's trial despite the serial killer's gruesome "sex crime slayings of more than 30 women." "He was charming, good-looking, smart… Are you sure you got the right guy," one woman says of Bundy in voiceover.
"I'm not an animal, I'm not crazy, I don't have a split personality," Bundy said in one recording. "I mean I'm just a normal individual."
"Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes" premieres on Netflix on January 24, the anniversary of Bundy's execution.