Ted Bundy was one of the most despicable men to ever live in America. In the 1970's, Bundy kidnapped, sexually assaulted, and murdered over 30 women and children. He was known to have sex with his dead victims until they reached the point of decomposing. The psycho murderer would sometimes decapitate his enemies as well. Bundy may have committed a larger number of murders, but after years of denials and two insane escapes from custody, he finally admitted to a string of crimes. His grisly past, and never before seen or heard interviews will come to life in Netflix's Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes. 

In the days leading up to his execution in 1989, Bundy admitted to a long list of murders and assaults. Prior to modern day DNA testing, Bundy was able to get away with heinous crimes and clean the crime scene with ease. In the Netflix docuseries Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes, director Joe Berlinger uses never before heard interviews, new confessions, footage, and photos to revisit the killer's horrendous tale. Bundy got away with all of his murders by being a handsome, wealthy looking, older white male that would pretend to be in need of assistance before lashing out and kidnapping women. Check out the trailer for the series below.