The Butcher of Delhi, from the Pirate Gold of Adak Island, is a film about an Indian slain man. Documentaries that shocked people in July

The Butcher of Delhi, from the Pirate Gold of Adak Island, is a film about an Indian slain man. Docu ...

Who doesn't like a documentary? We love to queue up different documentary collections and even converse about them online or offline about the films' events. And documentary films that are based on actual events often give us a glimpse into the world we live in and shock us to the core.

If you like to see real-life investigative documentaries, then please scroll down below and take a look at the list of documentaries we have selected that surprised people during the month of July.

Check out the Below List of Documentaries

Pirate Gold of Adak Island may have been released at the end of June, but the treasure hunting documentary picked up in July and has been going on ever since. The program has sparked debate among viewers and treasure expedition enthusiasts about whether or not the program was actually written or not, and if the coins discovered are genuine.

No matter where you stand on these points, the program was enjoyable to watch, and if you havent, you may watch it onNetflix. Read more here.

Girl in the Picture is a true-crime documentary based on the internationally bestselling A Beautiful Child and its follow-up Finding Sharon, written by the award-winning investigative journalist Matt Birkbeck. The documentary investigates the search to unravel a 30-year-old mystery about Sharon Marshall and how she ended up with a suspect who apparently killed her.

You may read our review of the documentary series here, and if you want to know more about Who Was Sharon Marshall and How Did She Die? The series is available onNetflix.

Kalinka Bamberski's life is told in this documentary, how she was subjected to voluntary manslaughter, which prompted her father, Andre Bamberski, to seek justice for her and go to some extremes that one can only imagine. You may also read My Daughters Killer: What Happened to Dieter Krombach? Where is he now?

In the 1980s, a father's struggle for justice was halted when his daughter was murdered, and legal procedures were overturned. The documentary is now available onNetflix.

The 50-year quest to discover the mysterious guy who hijacked a Northwest Airlines passenger jet in November 1971 and fled with $200,000, never to be seen again. Five decades. Too many suspects. The identity of skyjacker D.B. Cooper remains one of the greatest mysteries of the twentieth century.

If you are aware of the case then you may be interested in learning more about DB Cooper Where Are You? A Look At Many Identities of the Mysterious Skyjacker onNetflix.

The Butcher of Delhi, the Indian Predator, is a true-crime documentary series produced by VICE India. It chronicles the story of a notorious serial killer who brutally dismembered his victims and scattered their body parts around India's national capital. The series of mutilated bodies and taunting notes left outside a Delhi jail leads police in search of a seasoned killer who has a history of sabotaging the system.

The incident in Pakistan shocked the country and while the perpetrator was found guilty for his crimes, many others remain unidentified, which you may learn more about here. The 3-part docuseries is streaming onNetflix.

After nude photographs of Hunter Moore's daughter are posted online, The Most Hated Man on the Internet tells the tale of a mother's battle against the self-styled King of Revenge Porn.

The site allowed users to upload explicit photographs of women and men, often without their permission, with disastrous consequences. This three-part series chronicles his cominguppance at the hands of the only force more deadly than a mother's internet trolls.

You may read our review here and watch the program onNetflix.

Have you seen any of the above-mentioned documentary? Which one surprised you the most? Let us know in the comment section below.

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