In case you've missed it, mystery thriller documentaries are becoming a hit on Netflix nowadays, and viewers just can't stop craving more.
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Without further ado, here are the ten true-to-life thriller documentaries that you may want to watch on Netflix that can give you goosebumps and make you guess more.
Don’t F**k with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer
Ever since Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook, it was never his intention for his social site to solve murders.
After several enraged online viewers found a disturbing online video involving abusing animals, specifically cats, Facebook users have tried to track down the person behind the camera.
Surprisingly, they discovered that this particular person is not just an animal torturer, but also a sadistic killer.
Girl in the Picture
A young woman's body was found beside a road from a hit-and-run incident, but investigators soon discovered that it wasn't some common accident.
After her sudden death, she left behind an older husband and a son who would get kidnapped subsequently.
As journalists dug into the mysterious case, it slowly became clear that the woman wasn't who they thought she was, and neither was her 'husband.'
Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey
Warren Jeffs ascended as the leader of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) after the death of Rulon Jeffs, the FLDS practices plural marriage with its extremist offshoot of mainstream fundamental Mormonism.
From the inside look, Jeffs created a system of abuse and duress, forcing the members of the denomination, mostly underage, into polygamy and other abusive actions.
In this documentary series, former FLDS members and survivors come forward to share their stories and experiences.
6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey was murdered in 1996 in a bizarre and wide-covered case that sparked media gossip and many conspiracy theories and tabloid covers but was left unsolved.
Casting JonBenet is a mixture of documentaries with reenactments to visualize the crime that happened and describe its impact on the collective psyche.
While casting actors, they auditioned for the roles of the crime's key players, while also sharing their thoughts and guesses about what happened to the young pageant queen.
The title of the documentative film refers to USAG gymnast Maggie Nichols as 'Athlete A' to protect her identity while investigations about the sexual abuse by USAG doctor Larry Nassar were ongoing.
This documentary follows and features the survivors of the United States of America Gymnastics (USAG) doctor Larry Nassar's terrifying abuse, as well as the team of investigative journalists who exposed the story.
The person responsible for Sister Cathy's death remained a mystery, until a series of investigations. A 26-year-old nun from suburban Baltimore was murdered and her sudden death struck the town, mostly her students from her local high school, Archbishop Keough High School.
As investigators dig into this suburban crime, they eventually learn that her death may not have been the only injustice on their own. Was the sister murdered to cover up even more horrible crimes?
The Raincoat Killer: Chasing a Predator in Korea
Women and entire families were brutally murdered in Seoul, South Korea during 2003-2004. As fear among the citizens spread throughout the city, the hunt for South Korea's most violent serial killer became more urgent than ever.
The targets were mainly the rich, elderly residents of Seoul, the raincoat killer also started prostitutes and escort girls, murdering at least eleven women between May and July of 2004 by luring them to his residential unit, beating them to death with his hammer before dismembering the bodies.
Worst Roommate Ever
It may have been a literal nightmare for everyone to have roommates with malevolent and sometimes violent intentions whose cohabitant is unaware of.
Worst Roommate Ever tells a horrifying true story of four different roommates with the worst cohabitation stories one could ever imagine.
Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal
Blockbuster college admission from 2019 revealed there was an ongoing criminal conspiracy to influence admission into the country's most prestigious schools.
The Most Hated Man on the Internet
The documentary series focuses on a woman's journey to go against the most hated man on the internet to take down her daughter's photos uploaded on a revenge porn site.
Hunter Moore's website named Anyone Up? not only allowed users to upload explicit photos without consent, but Moore himself hacked into the gadgets of his victims to gather the photos himself.
No matter what genre you prefer, there is always something to watch for you.
Now, if you love watching thriller documentaries that are true to life and are still unsolved, this list will keep you busy and accompanied.