The twisting, turning, stranger-than-fiction true story of the Brobergs, a naive, church-going Idaho family that fell under the spell of a sociopathic neighbor with designs on their twelve-year-old daughter.
A critical look into some true crime cases where American law enforcement made up for lack of actual physical evidence by using devious psychological tactics during interrogation in order to extract confessions from naive suspects.
A finger presses the "record" button on a 1970s/1980s-era cassette recorder in the title sequence -- but not the "play" button. Pressing the record button alone, however, would not start the tape, as both the record and play buttons must be selected in tandem for the machine to start recording. This is repeated often in the first episode, as well. See more »
One of the best documentaries about America's most notorious serial killer
I first learned of Ted Bundy when I was studying criminal psychology and taking abnormal psychology classes in college. I've read numerous books and have seen just about every documentary about Ted Bundy, but this one really takes the cake. Of all the serial killers I studied in school Ted Bundy was the one I spent the most time researching because of how heinous his crimes were and the fact that he managed to postpone his execution for nearly 10 years by proclaiming his innocence and turning his trial into a media frenzy.
Initially I wasn't expecting much because I had just about seen everything and knew everything there was to know about the man, but I was shocked to find out there was a lot of unseen footage and tape recordings I had never encountered before during my research. This is by far the most informative and descriptive documentary about Ted Bundy. It will give you chills and an insight into the mind of one of the most evil murderers to ever walk this Earth.
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