I just finished watching this very compelling series Ted Bundy: Falling for a Killer about Elizabeth Kendall and her daughter's years-long struggle to understand her relationship with malignant/psychopathic/covert narcissist and murderer Ted Bundy when she was a young single mom with a child.
Directed by Trish Wood Written by Richard Regan and Carolyn Saunders
This poor woman seems to be sadly still struggling with the aftermath of falling in love with a man who never existed. The image Bundy projected toward her was completely false and designed expressly to keep this poor woman in his trap.
Those of us who have grappled with the Casanova-Mr Hyde Narcissists understand and empathize with her dilemma. Gratefully victims now have access to tons of therapy sites, videos, and books to help make sense and escape these horrible "people".
After years of silence, Ted Bundy’s long-term girlfriend Elizabeth Kendall, her daughter Molly, and other survivors come forward for the first time in a docuseries that reframes Bundy’s crimes from a female perspective. The series reveals how Bundy’s pathological hatred of women collided with the culture wars and the feminist movement of the 1970s in one of the most infamous crime stories of our time.
Reframing infamous serial killer Ted Bundy's crimes from a female perspective, uncovering the disturbing and profound way his psychological hatred of women collided with the feminist movement and culture wars of the 1970s.