Ted Bundy was deeply mediocre – so why are we romanticising him? | Suzanne Moore

Culture The Guardian

The serial killer is being played by Zac Efron in a new film. Yet his crimes were the only thing that made him special. It’s exactly what he would have wanted, surely? Ted Bundy would have loved to be played by an ex-Disney heart-throb. In a new film, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile , Zac Efron takes his shirt off, and winks to the camera, as he wins over Liz, his longtime partner – and all the other women in the film. This charming man. He won over a lot of women who continued to support him even though he confessed to murdering at least 30 women and may have been responsible for …

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