Before his death by execution in 1989, he confessed to 30 murders committed across seven states.
It features hours of so-far unheard audio from Bundy - who murdered at least 30 women during the 1970s.
While seeing advertisements for any of the HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL outings, 17 AGAIN or any of those other teen movies starring Zac Efron did you think that one day the heartthrob would be playing the most notorious serial killer ever, Ted Bundy, in a crazy-looking biopic?
Everyone likely knows Ted Bundy's name but some may not remember why.
The interviews were later published in the book Ted Bundy: Confessions of a Killer. "I mean I'm just a normal individual". The series as a whole serves as an expansive look into one of the most haunting criminal figures in American history. Maybe it's because many of us have a morbid fascination with learning about serial killers to distract from our actual nightmare dystopian existence. Michaud convinced Bundy to tap his college degree in psychology to address his crimes in the third person as if he were an expert on the murderous persona.
According to the synopsis on Netflix, the show is a "cinematic self-portrait crafted from statements made by Ted Bundy", which will give us "a unique look inside the mind of an infamous serial killer".