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Elliott says he is appealing for the public's help in tracing the rest of Nichols's life and mystery. Tips can be sent to the U. The Michelangelos of nonfiction are consistently bringing stellar storytelling to twisty tales of murder and mayhem as well as luxurious shots of food prepared by the most creative culinary minds.
One of the major true crime phenomenons of was 10 years in the making. Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos uncovered the unthinkable story of Steven Avery, a man wrongfully convicted of sexual assault who was later convicted of murdering a different woman, Teresa Halbach. Three years after the docuseries became a surprise hit for Netflix, it's returning for a second season on October 19th.
Where to watch it: And Netflix's recent addition of new episodes earlier this year led to a resurgence in interest in this mind-boggling case with armchair detectives even positing that an owl was the real killer. After the massive success of Serial in , a one-two punch of true crime docuseries landed the following year. The first was the immensely captivating study of power, The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst , which chronicled the bizarre, tangled web of the real estate mogul who was suspected of several murders.
The show, which could be measured in jaw-drops per hour, both registered real life and uniquely affected it. What happens when an Indian guru with thousands of American followers sets up shop near a small town in Oregon with the intent to create a commune?
Incredibly sourced, this documentary touches on every major civic issue—from religious liberty to voting rights. When you choose a side, be prepared to switch. A Cold War-era mind control experiment. The mysterious death of a scientist. Morris brings his incisive eye to the hunt. Also narrated by Meryl Streep, it looks at how the war shaped the directors and how they shaped the war. As a bonus, Netflix has the war-time documentaries featured in the film available to stream.
Unrivaled in its scope, watching it is like having a charming encyclopedia discuss its favorite movies. Carve out a weekend and be ready to take notes on all the movies you'll want to watch afterward.
David Chang, the host of the first season of The Mind of a Chef , has returned with a cultural mash-up disguised as a foodie show. What do Korea and the American South have in common?
With his casual charm in tow, Chang and a variety of special guests explore people through the food we love to eat as an artifact that brings us all together. Wells had a bomb, which was strapped to his body via a metal neck collar, and a loaded shotgun that was fashioned to look like a walking cane.
Within 15 minutes, Wells would be arrested. The bizarre incident was just the beginning of Evil Genius , which documents the peculiar case that would eventually entangle a range of unusual suspects, including Marjorie Diehl-Armstrong, and has had armchair detectives—and the FBI—questioning whether Wells was in on the bank robbery, or a genuine victim, for more than a decade.
The sequel to the original is a real stunner. Narrated naturally by Sir David Attenborough, featuring music from Hans Zimmer, and boasting gorgeous photography of our immeasurably fascinating planet, this follow-up takes us through different terrains to see the life contained within. There are snow leopards in the mountains, a swimming sloth in the islands, and even langurs in our own urban jungle.
Open your eyes wide to learn a lot or put it on in the background to zen out. The cheapest way to visit Yosemite, Yellowstone, Muir Woods, and more. This Emmy-winning, six-part series is both a travelogue and a history lesson in conservation that takes up the argument of why these beautiful places should be preserved: This heart-testing, bias-obliterating series is unique in its views into dark places and eye toward hope.
Far more than a sports documentary, the story of the players at East Mississippi Community College will have you rooting for personal victories as much as the points on the scoreboard. There are two full seasons to binge and a third on the way. Currently in its sixth season, the series is known for asking tough questions that need immediate answers and giving viewers a street-level view of everything from killing cancer to juvenile justice reform. The teams at Osteria Francescana, Blue Hill, Alinea, Pujol, and more open their doors to share their process, culinary creativity, and, of course, dozens of delicious courses.
No shame in licking your screen. For those looking to learn more about culture while chowing down, world-renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa guides guest chefs to different regions of Japan to ingest the sights, sounds, and spirits of the area before crafting a dish inspired by the journey. History is the main course, with a healthy dash of culinary invention that honors tradition.
Should a jury decide if a child is sentenced to life in jail without parole? How can you go to jail for 20 years for shooting your gun inside your own home to deter thieves?
Al Jazeera and Sundance Now. This four-part series utilizes a wealth of footage, including unseen personal videos, to share the tragic story of Robert F. Watching this socio-political memorial told by many who were there including Marian Wright and Congressman John Lewis , it will be impossible not to draw connections to the current day and wonder: The truth about lie detectors is that we all really want them to work.
It would be much easier if, when police were faced with two contradictory versions of a single event, there was a machine that could identify which party was telling the truth. Even its inventor was worried about calling it a "lie detector. In , John Larson was working as a part-time cop in Berkeley, California. A budding criminologist with a Ph. Building on the work of William Moulton Marston , Larson believed that the act of deception was accompanied by physical tells.
Lying, he thought, makes people nervous, and this could be identified by changes in breathing and blood pressure. Measuring these changes in real-time might serve as a reliable proxy for spotting lies. Improving upon previously developed technologies, Larson created a device that simultaneously recorded changes in breathing patterns, blood pressure, and pulse.
The device was further refined by his younger colleague, Leonarde Keeler, who made it faster, more reliable, and portable and added a perspiration test. But Keeler, who patented the machine, was much more committed to the lie-detection project, and was eager to see the machine implemented widely to fight crime. American Eagle Outfitters Factory Outlet.
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