The recent Netflix documentary series “Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes” has created quite a bit of noise online. But probably not for the reason you think.
It shouldn’t really be surprising that even 30 years after his death, America’s most notorious serial killer is still captivating people with the same tools he used to literally get away with murder: His disarmingly “boy next door” face, voice, and manner.
It’s also not a secret that serial killers have “fans”. People write them letters in prison. Women declare their undying love and devotion, and their overwhelming desire to have sex with them. It’s really sick how twisted and perverted some people’s minds are.
Now, you’d sort of hope that in today’s internet age, where a single tweet can be heard around the world in 20 seconds, that people could show SOME level of decorum and keep their inappropriate thoughts to themselves.
I know, who am I kidding? The very definition of “internet” should be, “The place where you say whatever BS pops into your shriveled and empty little head, regardless of how absolutely moronic it is.”
So suffice it to say, I guess quite a few people took to Twitter after watching the documentary series to declare how “hot” they thought Ted Bundy was.
Yeah, let that sink in for a minute. Continue reading