14 Of The Most Disturbing Documentaries On Netflix Right Now

7. Aileen: The Life and Death of a Serial Killer

Why watch it?Aileen Wuornos was a serial killer who admitted to having killed seven men, all of whom tried to rape her (or succeeded in doing so) while she was a sex worker. This documentary delves into her mind in order to try to understand the motivations for her crimes.

Why watch it?

Aileen Wuornos was a serial killer who admitted to having killed seven men, all of whom tried to rape her (or succeeded in doing so) while she was a sex worker. This documentary delves into her mind in order to try to understand the motivations for her crimes.

8. The Devil and Father Amorth

Why watch it?William Friedkin directed both The Exorcist and this documentary, because he was always curious about capturing exorcisms outside of fiction. This time, he follows the story of Father Amorth in an attempt to test his own skepticism by documenting a live exorcism.

Why watch it?

William Friedkin directed both The Exorcist and this documentary, because he was always curious about capturing exorcisms outside of fiction. This time, he follows the story of Father Amorth in an attempt to test his own skepticism by documenting a live exorcism.

9. I Am Jane Doe

Why watch it?In the United States, a group of young women were turned into sex slaves through classified advertisements published in the newspaper. The documentary follows these women as they recount the horrors they lived through at the same time they try to find justice.

Why watch it?

In the United States, a group of young women were turned into sex slaves through classified advertisements published in the newspaper. The documentary follows these women as they recount the horrors they lived through at the same time they try to find justice.

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