The phenomenal success of the Serial podcast in 2014 sparked a public interest for true crime story-telling, and when Netflix released the chilling 10-part documentary, 'Making A Murderer', in 2015, the Internet was hooked. Since then, the live streaming platform has been churning out high-production true crime documentaries that are leaving avid fans craving for more. Here are five of them that have left us in a constant state of captivation.
3. Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes
The latest buzz on major social networking sites revolve a controversial debate over the recently revived hype of infamous serial killer, Theodore Robert Bundy–is the upcoming movie featuring the man of everyone’s dreams, Zac Efron, and the latest Netflix Original documentary, Conversations with a Killer, romanticizing this manipulative monster for his (barely) charming looks? The 4 hour-long episodes are centered around the savage serial killer and his unimaginably dehumanizing acts on his female victims, and the tell-all interviews of those directly involved to the arrest, and eventually execution, of one of the most wicked person to walk the face of Earth.