Gripping New True-Crime Docuseries On Ted Bundy Lands On Amazon
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It is no secret that the Ted Bundy story has already been covered quite widely, but new programme, Ted Bundy: Falling for a Killer, includes exclusive interviews with his longtime girlfriend.
We will hear Elizabeth Kendall and her daughter Molly speak - something that was not included in Netflix's Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes.
The five-part Amazon Original series is a real scoop, as the women have avoided the spotlight for 40 years up until now.
This footage of Elizabeth and Molly will bring a real insight into this prolific serial killer, from people that lived under the same roof.
We will hear first hand how Bundy behaved behind closed doors, when he wasn't out murdering innocent women.
Elizabeth and Molly aren't the only interviewees to be included, though, as a number of Bundy's survivors will also speak out - some for the first time - no doubt with powerful testimony and recounts of chilling attacks.
It will finally give the story back to the women involved.
In a clip from the interview, Elizabeth says: "This story has been told many times by men.
"Now is the time to talk about our own story from beginning to end, because we lived, and so many people didn't."
She goes on to tell how she met Bundy in a Seattle bar in 1969, and fell for him instantly, quickly integrating him into her day-to-day life with daughter Molly.
"We were like a family," Molly recalls.
While Elizabeth later reflects: "I just didn't think he could do these things".
When she moved in with him, suspicions soon started to mount and she eventually called the police.
"I fell in love with him from day one, but there were all these coincidences," she admits later, in the revealing interview.
"I couldn't let it go."
It is about time we heard first hand the effect of Bundy on some of his victims and those close to him.
Ted Bundy: Falling For A Killer will coincide with the release of an updated and expanded edition of Elizabeth's 1981 memoir The Phantom Prince: My Life with Ted Bundy.