On Thursday, 30 years to the day serial killer Theodore “Ted” Bundy met his end in a Florida State Prison electric chair, Netflix released a docuseries that’s revived interest in a case that both horrified and bewitched 1970s America.

“Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes” revisits the former law student’s crimes through numerous hours of taped interviews as he sat on death row. Bundy wasn’t tried for the majority of the killings to which he was linked — more than 30 — but stood trial in Miami in June 1979 for the murders of two Florida State University students.

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