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Do you watch documentaries? If that's a YES, then this article is for you. Here, I'm going to share with you all the documentaries I've seen lately. Most of these documentaries are crime-related stories, but a few aren't. So if you like documentaries as much as I do, then here is a full list that you might want to watch this weekend.
This is a true-crime documentary that tells the story of the Watts family murders, which took place in Frederick, Colorado, in 2018. It uses archival footage, including law enforcement recordings, social media posts, home video footage, and text messages to depict the events that occurred.
It is a powerful first-hand documentary of humanity's impact on nature and a message of hope for our future generations. It features a compilation of sequences not just from BBC America's 'Planet Earth II', but is also from 'Blue Planet II' with new narration and music.
Also known as Forever B, is a true-crime documentary film in 2017. It covers the kidnappings of an Idaho teenager, Jan Broberg Felt, who was abducted by her neighbor and a family friend, Robert Berchtold, in the 70s on two different occasions.
It is a documentary that follows Taylor Swift and her life over the years of her career. A raw and emotionally revealing look at Taylor Swift, the film shows a transformational period in her life as she learns how to embrace her being a popular American singer-songwriter/ performer role, but as a woman who's taking the power of her voice.
It is an American documentary series that explores the unsolved murder of Catherine "Cathy" Cesnik, a nun, in 1969. Cesnik was a teacher at all-girls Archbishop Keough High School in Baltimore, where she taught English and drama. When she died, her former students believe that there was some kind of a cover-up by authorities after Cesnik knew something about the priest at the high school, A. Joseph Maskell, who was sexually abusing the students at that time.
It is a documentary film starring John Shepherd that tells the story of John himself, who believe there are aliens out there and tried to contact them by broadcasting music into space for more than 30 years with his very own state-of-the-art broadcasting equipment.
It is an American documentary that reveals both the interviews and archival footage of a serial killer and rapist, Ted Bundy, as well as interviews with his friends, family, law enforcement members, and a surviving victim who luckily managed to escape in the hands of Ted Bundy.
It is a documentary that tells a story about an English family that was involved with a religious group called the Children of God. The family flew all over to Portugal as instructed by their leader, who only spoke to his members through some comic-book that later turned into a creepy-porno comic-book. Women were convinced to always be available for any male group members in times of physical needs.