Actress Lily Collins mentioned she believes the spirits of infamous serial killer Ted Bundy’s victims visited her whereas she was making ready for her function in “Extraordinarily Depraved, Shockingly Evil and Vile.”
Collins, 30, portrays Bundy’s former girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer within the movie that stars Zac Efron because the serial killer. The movie debuted on Netflix Friday. Collins advised The Guardian that she would get up each night time at three:05 a.m. whereas making ready for her function.
“I might go downstairs and have a cup of tea, attempting to determine why I had woken up once more,” Collins mentioned.
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“I began being woken up by flashes of photographs, just like the aftermath of a wrestle,” she continued.
The actress took to the Web to research and located an attention-grabbing reality.
“I found that 3am is the time when the veil between the realms is the thinnest and one might be visited,” she mentioned.
Collins mentioned she was not afraid of the spirits however felt possibly Bundy’s victims had been attempting to ship a message.
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“I didn’t really feel scared – I felt supported. I felt like folks had been saying: “We’re right here listening. We’re right here to help. Thanks for telling the story,” she mentioned.
Collins advised British morning present “This Morning” that she was capable of meet Kloepfer to organize for her function.
“It was actually useful,” Collins mentioned. “And she or he was so gracious, her and her daughter Molly had been so gracious, and alluring me and giving me materials to take a look at and chatting with me and simply permitting me to ask questions.”
Fox Information’ Ann W. Schmidt contributed to this report.