We can’t help but get enamored of True crime documentaries.
It’s just that, as it is fascinating enough to know more about what’s going on in the criminals’ minds, it can somehow humanize the victims in ways that the viewers can get to know them aside from being just a victim of a horrid crime.
Here are some true crime documentaries that we can watch on Youtube for free!
1. Interview with a Cannibal
This documentary has been on the internet for 10 years.
It revolves around the life of a man named Issei Sagawa, who shot, raped, and ate Renée Hartevelt back in 1981.
As a matter of fact, not only did he commit such a heinous crime but he lived a life scot-free, and even earned a living.
He gave a detailed narrative of why he made such an act and what happened after it in the documentary.
Stream ‘Interview with a Cannibal’ on YouTube.
2. There’s Something about Casey…
Casey Anthony has made such a horrendous crime on her innocent daughter.
This documentary follows the story of Casey and her lies that ultimately led to the demise of her daughter, Caylee.
‘There’s Something about Casey…’ will always be one of the true crime documentaries that will leave us with many questions.
Stream this documentary on YouTube.
3. The sad fate of South Korea’s missing “frog boys”
Above all, it will always be emotional once kids are the victims of a certain crime.
You’ll question everything you believe in, thinking that something horrible should be forbidden from happening to children.
Accordingly, this documentary follows the story of 5 fathers who are helplessly looking for their sons who happened to have been lost since 1991.
This two-part documentary will ultimately leave you with tears.
Watch it on YouTube.
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