Told from the perspective of Ted Bundys long-time girlfriend Liz Kloepfer, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile takes an intimate look into the charismatic side of America's most notorious serial killer - the side he showed to friends, coworkers, and eventually television audiences across the United States. He was an expert at exploiting his good looks and charming personality to win the trust of many women, including his own girlfriend. After instantly falling for each other on a night out, Ted and Liz have built a seemingly perfect picture of domestic bliss. It almost seems too good to be true and maybe it is when Ted is arrested and found guilty of kidnapping a young college woman. He assures Liz that it's clearly mistaken identity, but soon after he's accused and charged with a grisly murder of another young woman, and another, and another. As the evidence continues to mount against Ted, Liz's concern gradually turns to paranoia. Torn between the happy life she thought she finally found and the grisly truth that is slowly unfolding before her, Liz must decide if Ted truly is the victim he claims to be, or actually guilty as charged.