Netflix fans say Mindhunter’s gory murder scenes and terrifying moments are making them want to throw up

Netflix fans say Mindhunter’s gory murder scenes and terrifying moments are making them want to throw up

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NETFLIX fans say Mindhunter’s gory murder scenes and terrifying moments are making them want to throw up.

Viewers have been left feeling sick after watching the horrific scenes – and they’ve taken to Twitter to make their feelings known.

Netflix fans have been shaken by Mindhunter’s gory scenes
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One wrote: “The tension in Mindhunter makes me want to throw up from anxiety. Love eet!”

Another said: “I just finished season 2 of mindhunter and im crying and i think i wanna throw up!”

A third wrote: “Mindhunter has more classic approach, very serious and the storytelling is absorbing. great acting too. it made you wanna throw up but you still click Next Episode.”

A fourth said: “mindhunter is actually gonnA make me throw up omg!”

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The show follows the two FBI agents in the late 70s and 80s as they try to understand the twisted minds of America’s most dangerous serial killers in order to catch them.

During their dogged pursuit, they end up pioneering the development of modern-day serial killer profiling.

While season 2 focused on the Atlanta murders from 1979 to 1981, where 28 African American children, teens and adults were killed in the Georgian capital, the scariest part of the whole show was the presence of the BTK killer.

The name stands for Bind, Torture, Kill, and he was one of the most sadistic killers in American history, responsible for the murder of a family and a string of women.

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The show tracks some of the most brutal killers in US history[/caption]

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The show follows the two FBI agents in the late 70s and 80s
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BTK worked at ADT Security Services where he installed security alarms in Wichita for people concerned about the killings.

Season two also premiered creepy serial killer Charles Manson – with actor Damon Herriman playing him in both this show and Quentin Tarantino’s latest flick Once Upon a Time in Holiday.

While there’s been no confirmation of a season three by Netflix so far, star Holt McCallany said in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter that director David Fincher asked if he was “ready to do this for five seasons? Because even if I f*** this up, it’s gonna go five seasons, and I don’t intend to f*** it up.”


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