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Only facts, no myths
There are so many myths surrounding Ted Bundy, but this documentary stuck to the facts and made a compelling case. I'm embarressed to admit I even found Ted charming but he is sick, twisted, and dark; a real life Lucifer. What a metaphor for pure evil in the appearance of charm, even handsomeness. VERY interesting watch.
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