Today, a friend mentioned the new Amazon show, Ted Bundy: Falling for a Killer, and I decided to check it out.
I don’t often watch documentaries, and though I’m fascinated by criminal psychology, I generally avoid media that prolongs the legacy of serial killers—but my friend explained that this show places central focus on the women affected. As I watched, I found that to be true, and the show raised some interesting points about feminism and the failings of law enforcement and media outlets. If you can handle the references to violence, it’s worth watching.
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