“The Keepers” Is Finally On Netflix And Everyone Is Losing Their Sh*t Over It

24 May 2017, 17:08

Sister Cathy The Keepers Netflix
Katie Louise-Smith

By Katie Louise-Smith

People are calling it better than "Making A Murderer".

If you're looking for something new to watch on Netflix in the wake of all those teen dramas and quirky comedy show finales, then you need to sit down and start watching The Keepers, the brand new chilling true crime documentary that will have you on the edge of your seat.

In case you HAVEN'T already tuned into watch The Keepers, we'll break it down for you. The documentary follows the story Sister Cathy Cesnik, a nun from Baltimore who went missing in 1969 after heading out solo on a shopping trip. Her body was then later found but to this day, no one knows who killed her or why she was killed. 


Decades later, a handful of her former students are still continuing to investigate her death and the potential of a chilling cover up by the Church and Baltimore authorities. There are anonymous sources, new leads, twists in the story and some seriously disturbing evidence lurking in each of the seven episodes.

Of course, comparisons to Making A Murderer are being drawn but some are even saying it's BETTER than that. The Keepers takes the same sort of format as Making A Murderer, giving the rest of us a chance to practise our amateur sleuthing levels, but the subject matter and unimaginable "storyline" is leaving people shook and absolutely furious at the same time.


Official investigations into Sister Cathy's death ran cold many years ago but with this brand new international interest in her horrifying story, the Netflix series might just be able to unlock the real reason behind her death. So, time to get watching and sleuthing, friends!



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