Looking for a new true crime documentary to binge on?
These 3 options will for sure leave you jaw dropping with shocking twists and revelation.
1.I’ll Be Gone in the Dark
Based on the book I’ll Be Gone in the Dark, the six-part documentary series follows Michelle McNamara and her search for a serial killer called the ‘Golden State Killer’, who ran spree in the 70s and 80s. If you have watched the Ted Bundy Documentaries then this would be a recommended series to watch after!
2.The Central Park Five
Netflix may have aired the Emmy-winning limited series When They See Us in 2019. But this docu-series is being told by the real Central Park Five, themselves. In 1989, five Black and Latino teenage boys were wrongfully convicted and incarcerated for raping a woman in central park. We see more in-depth of their journey to justice and freedom.
5.Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich
It’s about to get really creepy. The crime documentary reveals the story of millionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. His luxurious elite lifestyle and his obsession of underage sex trafficking. Epstein was arrested in 2019, and was suspiciously found dead behind bars. What makes Filthy Rich even more interesting is getting the story from the point-of-view of his victims.
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