Ted Bundy may have died thirty years ago, but he's fresh in the minds of true crime fans thanks to Netflix's new documentary series, Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes.
The four-part original docu-series promised a unique look inside the mind of one of the most prolific serial killers in recent history. By pulling together courtroom footage, interviews with investigators and taped conversations with the man himself, it achieves just that.
Ted Bundy's wife features in Netflix's new documentary, yet she's not spoken out in years. Where is she?
Believe it or not, Bundy had a number of relationships over the years. His partners seemed to know nothing about the sinister side to his personality, although one girlfriend did alert the authorities when she started to grow suspicious.
One person quite intricately involved in his life was Carole Ann Boone, his wife.
For those previously unfamiliar with the details of Ted Bundy's story, her introduction came out of left field. The documentary first mentioned her in episode four – when Bundy was on trial and already under suspicion for multiple murders.
Ted had a charm that seemed to draw women in, that much seemed true. The documentary featured women showing up to his trial to explore their unexplainable draw or "fascination" with him. Some would even go as far as to try and slip him notes via his attorney.
But with Carole the relationship ran deeper. A close friend and confident of Bundy's, she believed in his innocence implicitly. (MORE HERE)