1980-1989: Sentenced to die, Ted professes his innocence. Elizabeth and her daughter try to move on and put this chapter of their lives behind them. Meanwhile, in a last ditch effort to save his own ...
1974: Ted gets accepted into law school in Utah, but he refuses to ask Elizabeth to move down with him. Their relationship begins to fray and she blames herself. Meanwhile, female students continue ...
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Never Before Seen Home Videos, Photos, and Interviews
The documentary was something else. From the brand new interviews to unseen photos to new crime details. Elizabeth "Liz" Kendall and her daughter, Molly Kendall, were simply remarkable and brave to finally share their stories. They have been laying low for almost 40 years and have not talked about Ted Bundy not even once. They have respected the victims and families but it was their time to share their story and I was so glad they did. I can't even imagine what they have gone through, they were the ones that lived. They were so professional and soft spoken through this entire documentary. It gave the viewer a complete different view on Ted Bundy. Thank you for your brave voices to all the brand new interviewers that came forward for this documentary. The music choice and open intro was right on the money too. It set the scene and I couldn't help but binge-watch every single episode the day the documentary came out. Thank you again for such a wonderful documentary.
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