Hear Ted Bundy's Chilling Confession Tapes In New Doco Trailer

Netflix has released the first sneak peek of 'Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes'.

The new docu-series -- directed by Joe Berlinger (Paradise Lost) --  features never-before-heard recordings of Bundy speaking to journalists while he was on death row in 1980.

"My name is Ted Bundy," the serial killer said in the chilling tapes. "I've never spoken to anybody about this. But I am looking for an opportunity to tell the story as best I can".

“I’m not an animal, I’m not crazy, I don’t have a split personality. I mean I’m just a normal individual," Bundy explained.

One interviewee in the new trailer notes that Bundy "talked in terms of a voice in his head, and this voice would start saying things about women".

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The 'Jack The Ripper' of the US was convicted of raping and killing more 30 women during the 1970s -- and was executed in January 1989 for his crimes.

The trailer describes how Bundy escaped suspicion due to his good looks, bright blue eyes and magnetic personality.

"He was charming, good-looking, smart… Are you sure you got the right guy?” says one woman in a voiceover on the newly released clip.

Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes is set to be released on January 24 -- exactly 30 years after Bundy's execution.

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