Ted Bundy died in Florida in 1989 on an electric chair.
- Netflix has asked the viewers to stop talking about the "alleged heat" of serial killer Ted Bundy.
- The streaming service premiered its documentary "Talks with the Slayer: Ted Bundy Tapes" last week.
- Since it was said that he noticed the fans are obsessed with the apparent physical attractiveness of the killer.
- Bundy has admitted the murder of 30 women before he was executed, but some experts believe he killed more than 100 people.
Netflix has asked its viewers to kindly stop talking about the "hot" serial killer Ted Bundy after the premiere of her documentaries "Ted Bundy Tunnel Tracks".
The streaming service tweeted that she had seen "a lot of stories about the alleged heat of Ted Bundy and would like to remind everyone that there are literally thousands of hot men in the service – almost everybody was not convicted of serial killers."
I've seen a lot of talk about the alleged heat of Ted Bundy and I would like to remind you that there are literally thousands of hot men in the service – almost all who are not convicted of serial killers
– Netflix US (@netflix) January 28, 2019
The four-part documentary film premiered on Thursday, the 30th anniversary of Bundy's execution. It has been previously recorded sound recordings of Bundy's interviews that were conducted while he was on death row.
"The Ted Bundy Tapes" was directed by Joe Berlinger, who seems to be fascinated by the theme – directed by "Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Villas," which stars Zac Efrona as Bundy and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. weekend. "Extremely Evil" is accused of "romancing" a serial killer.
Bundy has been sentenced to death three times for murder of three women. Before executing, he admitted the killing of 30 women between 1974 and 1978.
But some experts believe Bundy has killed more than 100 people.
Bundy managed to deceive his victims because he was considered charming, manipulative and physically attractive – something that was clear in the documentaries.
Forensic psychologist and FBI consultant Darrell Turner told Business Insider: "I think it's important for people to understand that Ted Bundy was successful because it was" plain. "But more than that, he was a charming and handsome and charismatic young man.
He added: "He used cunning and cunning, charm, and compassion to gain the confidence of his victims and reduce their defenses before he was subjected to them. In fact, he was very proud of it and he felt that it was something that distinguished him from other" . Gentlemen, "so did other serial killers."
Netflix's statement comes after the viewers had a similar reaction to Joe's character in his thriller "Ti". The character is another dangerous stalker that continues to kill.
Penn Badgley, who plays Joe, also replied to tweets written by fans, romanticizing his character and reminding them that Joe was "a lot of trouble".
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