By & by Natalie Finn | Thu., 24 Jan. 2019 3:00 AM Share Tweet Email Netflix Looking at photos of Ted Bundy now, it’s hard to see what unsuspecting people saw in the 1970s.Which, according to so many, was a handsome, charming man.That’s been the forever-buzz on Bundy, the serial killer who was executed 30 years ago today and is the subject of both a new Netflix docuseries and an upcoming film starring the unarguably good-looking Zac Efronthat he was a guy who had no problem getting women to let their guard down around him due to his numerous socially acceptable traits.”Bundy represents for us our most primal, deepest, darkest fear, which is that you don’t know the person next to you,” Joe Berlinger, director of the Efron film, the aptly titled Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, and executive producer of Netflix’s Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes, tells E! News. Photos TV’s Most Killer True Crime Transformations “We want to think that serial killers are easily identifiable, that once you see them you know, ‘OK, that guy must be a serial killer,'” Berlinger continued. But “people really liked him.” Bettmann/Getty Images And they liked him until… Read full this story
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