In case you missed it, the highly anticipated Netflix special around serial killer Ted Bundy - Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil & Vile - is finally out on Netflix and Lily Collins, who plays 'Liz Kendall', has revealed some pretty ~sp00ky~ experiences she had while preparing for the film.
In an interview with The Guardian, Collins said that, every night during pre-production, she started waking up at exactly 3:05 A.M. Now while to the untrained mind that might just be a weird coincidence, there's actually some significance to that time of day and the afterlife.
“I would go downstairs and have a cup of tea, trying to figure out why I had woken up again," she said.
“I started being woken up by flashes of images, like the aftermath of a struggle. I discovered that 3 A.M. is the time when the veil between the realms is the thinnest and one can be visited.”
After having that routine experience, Collins began to believe that she was being visited by the victims of Ted Bundy, but she also notes that it wasn't a scary experience.
"I didn’t feel scared—I felt supported,” she said.
“I felt like people were saying: ‘We’re here listening. We’re here to support. Thank you for telling the story.’"
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil & Vile is out on Netflix right fkn now, starring Zac Efron and Lily Collins.