4 terrifying true-crime documentaries

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4 terrifying true-crime documentaries

ULM Hawkeye

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Abducted in Plain Sight

In 1974, the Broberg family is shaken to the core when 12-year-old Jan Broberg is kidnapped by neighbor and close family friend, Robert Berchtold. The show is watched by almost any true-crime addicts with Netflix accounts.
The popular documentary includes information about the events leading up to the first and second time Jan Broberg was kidnapped and manipulated. It also consists of interviews from all members of the Broberg family and is disturbing.

Amanda Knox

A foreign exchange student in Italy, Amanda Knox, is convicted for the murder of her roommate, Meredith Kercher.
Along with Knox, her now ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito, gets caught up in the murder investigation.
The documentary explains the story behind the murder, investigation, trials and how Amanda was convicted not only once but twice. Interviews include Knox, Sollecito and others involved in the investigation and case such as of prosecutor Giuliano Mignini.

Audrie & Daisy

High school students, Audrie Pott and Daisy Coleman, are victims of sexual assault and cyberbullying. Their stories are now projected into a documentary describing every detail.
The documentary is about three cases of rape including the rape and suicide of Audrie Pott and the rape of Daisy Coleman, Paige Parkhurst and Delaney Henderson. Their emotional stories, along with the investigation and their outcomes after the horrific experiences are all brought to life on screen.

The Confession Tapes

What if you were manipulated into confessing to a murder you didn’t commit? That is what the convicted murderers in this docuseries on Netflix claim happened to them.
Each episode follows the story of a different person who was accused of murder, confessed to the crime and later took their confession back.
The docuseries provides viewers with audio and video recordings from each person’s confession as “proof” that they were coerced by police officers.