If there’s one ladies who knew actually knew Ted Bundy, it was his former girlfriend, Elizabeth Kloepfer Kendall. The pair dated all through the 1970s, and she or he finally wrote a memoir – titled The Phantom Prince: My Life with Ted Bundy – in 1981 to share her facet of the story. She’s going to seem in Amazon Prime Video’s new documentary collection, Ted Bundy: Falling For a Killer alongside her daughter Molly, who was a toddler when she met Bundy.
The five-part docuseries will chronicle Kendall’s relationship with Bundy, and she or he’ll be sharing pictures from her archive of never-before-seen household pictures. “After nearly 40 years of silence, Kendall and her daughter Molly share their experiences with new unsettling details about Bundy, [and] the inconceivable pull he had on women,” Amazon mentioned within the assertion launched on Oct. 16. “They are joined by a chorus of female voices, including survivors of Bundy’s attacks – some of whom are stepping forward for the first time – with chilling accounts that will forever change the Bundy narrative.”
By the pair’s first-person tales, the collection is reframing Bundy’s horrific crimes from a feminine perspective and exploring the disturbing and profound methods his pathological hatred of girls performed out in the course of the tradition wars and feminist motion of the 1970s.
The collection, Ted Bundy: Falling For a Killer, is about for launch on Amazon Prime Video in 2020.