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Ted Bundy's Girlfriend And Daughter To Finally Speak Out In New Documentary Series

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Ted Bundy's Girlfriend And Daughter To Finally Speak Out In New Documentary Series

Amazon Prime has announced it will be releasing a brand new docuseries about serial murderer Ted Bundy, which will feature exclusive interviews with his longtime girlfriend Elizabeth Kendall and her daughter, Molly.

The five part Amazon Original series, Ted Bundy: Falling for a Killer, is set for release in 2020.

Elizabeth and Molly have avoided the spotlight for 40 years up until now, but they will feature in the show, giving a personal insight to Ted Bundy and what he was like at home when he wasn't kidnapping, raping and murdering women.

From the outside, Ted Bundy looked like a normal nice family man. (Credit: Allie Lee)
From the outside, Ted Bundy looked like a normal nice family man. (Credit: Allie Lee)
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And we're set to hear yet more unsettling details from the horse's mouths, by the sounds of things.

This will be a chance for true crime TV fans to see what this prolific killer was like, including hearing from survivors of his attacks - some of which are stepping forward for the first time with their chilling accounts.

Ted Bundy went on to admit to 30 murderers, but people think there are likely more. (Credit: Florida Correctional/Zuma Press/PA Images)
Ted Bundy went on to admit to 30 murderers, but people think there are likely more. (Credit: Florida Correctional/Zuma Press/PA Images)

Amazon said in a statement: "Ted Bundy: Falling for a Killer reframes Bundy's crimes from a female perspective - uncovering the disturbing and profound way in which Bundy's pathological hatred of women collided with the culture wars and feminist movement of the 1970s, culminating in what is perhaps the most infamous true crime saga of our time."

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Although there is no specific release date yet, it will be hitting screens in 2020 and will coincide with the release of an update and expanded edition of Elizabeth's 1981 memoir The Phantom Prince: My Life with Ted Bundy.

Prime members will be able to access the docuseries for free when it lands, but it will cost those who are non-members.

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Featured Image Credit: Allie Lee

Topics: TV and Film, Life, Ted Bundy, TV Entertainment, Amazon

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