Netflix Confesses to Killing
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Who knows how long this gruesome secret has waited to be brought out of the darkness but finally investigators have made enough progress with this heinous killer to announce the following:
In a startling confession made by Netflix on Tuesday the streaming giant admits to indulging in its darkest of docu-series endeavors yet. The graphic details of the abduction and killing of yet another True Crime series type show are just now being made available to the public, reader discretion is advised.
Already convicted of killing it on shows like “Making a Murderer”, “The Staircase”, “Evil Genius” and the much loved “The Keepers” (among others), Netflix has unexpectedly confessed to yet another title in the True Crime genre to add to the growing list of murdered shows. In fact, during the lurid confession made by Netflix on Tuesday the streaming service is quoted as saying in regards to the condition of the victim, “We killed it…” .
Here is what we know so far: The victim, a docu-series, from Emmy winner Joe Berlinger, who has also been linked to the killing of the “Paradise Lost” trilogy, is said to feature previously unheard audio interviews from notorious serial killer Ted Bundy while he was on death row in Florida. Netflix has promised investigators that it will divulge the entire story of the depraved killing of the new four-part series titled “Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes”, on January 24th 2019-30 years to the day of the execution of Ted Bundy. It is unknown at this time what caused the streaming service to focus it’s murderous sights on such a wonderful and entertaining genre but based on the title of the series alone I think it’s safe to say that Netflix isn’t anywhere near done with its killing spree, only time will tell. Lovers of the True Crime genre will gather in their homes this January 24th, to pay respect to one of the most charming and articulate serial killer, kidnapper, rapist, burglar and necrophiles, America has ever known. It is said that in addition to the release of the previously unheard death row interviews, the series will also detail the murders of the “Lady Killer”, who was loved and adored by a number of women around the world during the media frenzy surrounding his trials, including one lucky woman in particular who testified on his behalf, Carole Ann Boone. The in-court marriage to Boone that dashed the hopes of countless hopeful female suiters, will also be covered in the show. For now all we can do is watch and wait.