Netflix Warns Viewers not to Watch ‘Conversations with a Killer’ A Ted Bundy Documentary Alone

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Netflix has sent a warning to its viewers against watching the newly released documentary, ‘Conversations with a Killer’ just by themselves.
The documentary which is based on the work of journalists Stephen Michaud and Netflix, is basically an account of a serial killer who killed 30 women across seven states in the US before his execution in 1989.
Netflix is running the Ted Bundy Tapes docuseries released on Thursday, including interviews conducted in 1980 while Bundy was on death row, and has warned viewers not to watch the series alone.
The four-part docuseries which comprise excerpts from recordings taken during those conversations, as well as interviews and archive images is being released 30 years after Bundy’s execution on 24 January, 1989.
Tweeting on the day the documentary premiered, Netflix warned: “For those of us with a PhD in true crime podcasts, Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes is now streaming maybe don’t watch it alone x”
A number of social media followers have revealed they were jolted by the documentary.
So, heed the warning and grab a partner to view the series.

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