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Source:  Pretty 52

Earlier this month, Netflix tweeted a list of must-watch true crime documentaries for anyone who enjoyed “The Ted Bundy Tapes,” “Frye,” and “Abducted in Plain Sight.” 

Shadow of Truth – This docuseries examines the mysterious murder of 13-year-old Tair Rada, an Israeli high school student. Although a suspect was questioned, confessed, and was eventually found guilty, his conviction has been the subject of a great amount of controversy in the country.

Casting JonBenet – Local actors from JonBenet Ramsey’s hometown offer multiple perspectives on her 1996 murder as they vie to play roles in a dramatization of the case.

The Confession Tapes – “The Confession Tapes” explores six true-crime cases where possible false confessions led to people being convicted of murder.

The Keepers – This seven-episode docuseries examines the decades-old unsolved murder of Sister Cathy Cesnik in Baltimore and its suspected link to a priest accused of child abuse.

Wild Wild Country – When the world’s most controversial guru builds a utopian community in Oregon, conflict with the locals and attempted murder escalates into a national scandal.

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