Thursday 23 January 2020

Eight of the best true-crime documentaries you need to watch on Netflix


Get some popcorn and make yourself comfortable - Here's eight of the best true crime documentaries on Netflix to get stuck in to:

West of Memphis

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After the 1994 conviction of three troubled teens for the murders of three younger boys, questions begin to arise about the prosecution of the case.

Who Took Johnny

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In 1982 disappearance of Johnny Gosch rattled the nation and inspired new laws. Following his mother’s decades-long quest to uncover the truth.

Real Crime: Hannah’s Killer

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Determined to bring the man responsible for their daughter’s murder to justice, a Southampton couple embarks on a gruelling five-year crusade.

Audrie & Daisy

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In this wrenching documentary, two teens are sexually assaulted by boys they considered friends, humiliated online and harassed by their communities.

Deadly Women

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This Investigation Discovery series explores the motives and methods of female murderers delving deep into their psyches.

The Witness

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In this documentary, Bill Genovese aims to set the record straight regarding his sister, whose name took on a tragic meaning after her 1964 murder.



This true-crime documentary follows a cyberspace love triangle that ended up sending one member to prison and another to the grave.

Interview with a Serial Killer

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In this jailhouse interview, Arthur Shawcross, the Genesee River Killer, shares candid details of his crimes and his surprising family bonds.

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