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Some harp on feminist messaging. I didn't see that at all. How could you not get women's perspective when 100% of this serial perp's victims were female? Bundy personified evil.
Beyond sick, the devil if there is one. I've been around sick, evil before so I'm kind of fascinated by it's aspects and impacts. I highly recommend this. Very well done.
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