We all know that documentaries can be both interesting and informative. But when it comes to mysteries and murders, they take on a whole new level of intrigue. We’ve seen the classic docuseries like Making a Murderer and The Jinx, which have captured the attention of millions of viewers with their intense stories about murder cases.
1. The Almost Perfect Murder
John, a conman and murderer, had pulled the wool over many people’s eyes. He was known for his audacious schemes and deceits to deceive his victims. Little did they know that all of their paths were intertwined with John’s underhanded plans.
2. The Lucie Blackman Case Explained
The mysterious story of Lucie Blackman is one of the most compelling true crime stories in recent times. She was a British woman who disappeared while working as a salesperson and hostess at Roppongi, Tokyo’s infamous entertainment district. What happened to her – and why – has been shrouded in mystery for nearly two decades.
3. The Most TWISTED Case You’ve Ever Heard
When it comes to true crime documentaries, few cases have received as much attention as the Scott Nelson case. This harrowing tale of a man wrongfully accused and convicted for murder has impacted thousands of viewers around the world. Drawing on psychological perspectives and legal insights, we will be exploring this gripping story from all angles in our documentary.
4. The Mom Who Became A Mass Killer
Jessica McCarty’s case is one of the most notorious in recent memory. It’s a story that shows just how far a broken system can take a person, and it has been studied extensively by educational psychologists and criminologists alike. The documentary, “Murder: Jessica McCarty,” seeks to tell her story from an analytical angle, as well as explain the implications of her tragic murder for the criminal justice system.
5. Murder Made me Famous
Philip Markoff was a young, promising medical student at Boston University. He seemed to have it all – a bright future, and the love of his fiancé Megan McAllister. But little did anyone know that beneath this successful façade lay a much darker secret. Known as “the Craigslist Killer” due to his preferred method for finding targets – lThis content has been flagged as inappropriate. If you believe that this is a mistake, please contact our customer support team for further assistance.
6. The Serial Killer Who Escaped Prison
Allan Legere, dubbed the “Monster of Mirror Lake” by media outlets across Canada and the United States, is one of the most notorious serial killers in modern history. His crime spree spanned three provinces from 1986 to 1989, resulting in five brutal murders and numerous attempted ones.
7. Who Murdered The World’s Greatest Spy?
Ashraf ‘The Angel’ Marwan was an international spy unlike any other. His story of espionage, secrecy, and death will amaze you. On the 27th June 2007 a shocking revelation to the world was made – Marwan had been living life as a double-agent. What happened next is even more remarkable.
8. The Women In Prison For Murder
From a felon’s to a survivor’s point of view, this documentary sheds light on some of the most difficult and important stories in the United States. Interviews from women incarcerated for felonies, their families, and people involved in various cases make up the narrative for this captivating film.
9. The murder of Jamal Khashoggi
The gruesome murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi sent shockwaves throughout the world. Who was he, and what were his plans in his final days before the tragedy unfolded? What could have possibly driven the Saudi state to commit such a shocking crime? This documentary examines evidence, leaks and reports surrounding this heinous crime with an effort to uncover its motivations.
10. The Honeymoon Murder
The tragedy of Anni Dewani and her husband Shrien’s honeymoon in South Africa will never be forgotten. It was the start of a dream holiday, but it quickly became a nightmare when Anni was kidnapped and murdered. The events that unfolded that night remain uncertain to this day- with every individual involved pointing the finger at each other.