If you want to take a break from binge-watching your usual series and K-dramas on Netflix, we recommend turning to documentaries that will keep you at the edge of your seats. Netflix has a myriad of optionss, ranging from heartwarming to down-right disturbing.
Here, we listed down eight truly disturbing and horrifying—because they actually happened IRL—documentaries you should watch on Netflix the next time you’re bored:
Who killed Sister Cathy? This documentary is all about the disappearance and death of a nun and Catholic school teacher Cathy Cesnik in 1969—a mystery that remains unsolved until today.
In the 1960s, Gerald Foos purchased a motel so he could spy on his guests from little holes he made from the attic—yes, you read that right. He claims he’s not a Peeping Tom, but rather, just a “researcher.”
All you have to know is that this four-part series is about what is touted as “America’s Most Diabolical Bank Heist.”
Conversations With The Killer: The Ted Bundy Case
Ted Bundy is one America’s most notorious serial killers. On the 30th anniversary of his 1989 execution, this four-part documentary premiered featuring unreleased footage and recordings of the serial killer and those who worked on his case. Warning: The recordings of Bundy are extremely chilling and upsetting.
Don’t Fuck With Cats: Hunting An Internet Killer
A video of an anonymous man killing cats makes rounds online, and internet users start a manhunt, putting pieces together. More videos surface, and eventually, authorities are involved in what eventually becomes an international manhunt.
Abducted In Plain Sight
One of the *most* disturbing stories you’ll see: A 12-year-old girl was abducted by their trusted next door neighbor, and it all happened under the watch of her parents.
The Disapperance of Madeleine McCann
In 2007, three-year-old Madeleine McCann went missing while she and her family were on vacation in a resort in Portugal. Madeleine’s parents were out for dinner while she slept in their hotel room when the disapperance allegedly happened. It’s been 13 years since the incident, and the case remains to be unsolved.
Tell Me Who I Am
One man loses his memory after a tragic accident, and he looks to his twin brother to bring back everything.
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