Top 10 Documentaries That Left Out The Craziest Part
i didn't lie to you on that polygraph i promise chris it's me i never stopped well welcome to watch mojo and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10
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part steven avery did not just bump into teresa halbach by accident , chose it for this list, we are seeing surprising omissions in
documentaries and series. this can't be real, but you know there's nothing you can do to stop it, start it, change it, just follow it, imagine going to college and being greeted by people you don't know, calling you by a name that isn't yours. this was the case with bobby schaffrin he had the same smile the same hair the same expressions he was his double the student soon discovered that the name he was called eddie gallant was that of his long lost twin brother the story of the couple reached a number from the media getting the attention of david kelman, another adoptee who realized he looked just like them, yes the kids were triplets which one is david?
I keep forgetting you're edward right who are you you're david bob ok you're thompson you're robert all right robert and edward three identical strangers reveals the trio were
part of an experiment intentionally separated into three families of different economic backgrounds these people took us a
part and studied us like lab rats for the study the kids were said to have been filmed during their childhood eddie told me that when he was younger he remembers people looking at him and taking notes and asking him questions and he would get frustrated with questions, the documentary omits this footage, however, as it was not made available to the triplets or the filmmakers' relationship number nine. with the editor of the movie the ladder when you watch a documentary it's easy to believe that all you're seeing is the undeniable truth unfortunately
documentaries can be skewed that was the last time i saw kathleen alive no she was alive when i found her but barely the stairs tells the story of michael peterson a man whose wife was found dead at the bottom of a staircase peterson was believed to have killed her no way in this world my father would have hurt kathleen but realism from his investigation it seemed real the documentary series shows the ensuing trial from Peterson's perspective what the series does not reveal however is that his editor was romantically involved with peterson during
parts of its creation, fell backwards and hit his head against the door frame to the right and then fell to the ground and hit his head again to the right.
It also fails to mention that Sonja Pfeiffer, who is married to Peterson's lawyer, covered the trial as a reporter. he even interviewed jurors while the trial was still going on it just never occurred to michael peterson that people wouldn't believe him when he said she f going downstairs that's what it's all about he really thought he'd get away with it yours number eight horizons and mission space the story of imagination critical problems facing the world can and will be solved by creative people who are dreamers and doers unless you are a huge fan of disney theme parks it is possible may you not know that epcot used to have an attraction called horizons which opened in 1983, the dark ride showed guests different visions of the future, step into the future on epcot center's newest adventure, it also allowed them to choose their own ending the Epcot fans have even referred to the attraction as the park's thesis statement, raising the question of why it was overlooked in the e epcot focused episode of imagineering history here was something bold and exciting and huge and brand new and not a castle park but something completely different some believe this may be due to the eventual horizon replacement mission space the real feeling i cant raise my hand this ride had become notorious for causing guests to experience dizziness, nausea and vomiting as well as being linked to the deaths of two cyclists naturally also missing number 7 the tower of the story of the murderer, true crime has been a hot topic lately with podcast streaming services and youtubers all cashing in on retelling the gruesome details of real life crimes i heard what i thought were two firecrackers and i thought that does anyone still have 4th of july firecrackers the morality of true crime obsession has always been a topic of debate something the tower acknowledges indirectly by giving barely any airtime to the perpetrator of your subject, charles whitman, this is a warning to the citizens of austin, stay away from the university area, there is a sniper in the university tower who fires at will, nicknamed the texas tower sniper, whitman was a former marine who killed his wife and mother before carrying out a 96 minute shootout at the university of texas in austin, the sniper has been seen waving a white flag to the side west of the building, this information is barely mentioned in the film and the filmmakers even chose to show a photo of him as a child instead of as an adult.
It started last night, a man supposedly murdered. his wife and his mother that same man apparently assembled an arsenal number six failed polygraph and motivation american murder the family next door american murder the family next door recounts the watts family murders a case involving a man named christopher lee watts he admitted to murdering his pregnant wife if someone has her and they're not sure like he wants them back now later he would admit to killing his two daughters too i mean i hope you know if you had anything to do with her disappearance um It would be really stupid you came and got a polygraph today in American Assassin Watts is seen taking a polygraph test and failing.
I really need your breathing to be normal because you are just like everyone else. Where the documentary fails to show, however, is just how badly he failed that test, while the usual indicator of a lie is a negative four, the tab reported that Watts scored a negative 18. It was completely clear he wasn't interested. on the test, but I think you already know that he didn't pass the polygraph well, okay, so now we have to talk about what really happened. was a motivating factor in his crime number five bronies of adult content, the extremely unexpected adult fans of the my little pony creative bronies are the ultimate group you need to know making music art and stories all inspired by the show in 2010's my little pony friendship. it's magic was a hit with a surprising demographic of grown men we took two trains to meet other bronies and then carpooled here so total travel time would be about seven hours broni is that extremely unexpected fans of my little pony serve to highlight the older people who are
part of the fandom.
I'm a brony I'm a brony the good side of the fandom the documentary doesn't really paint the whole picture there's nothing violent there's nothing wrong with it it's a cartoon people enjoy for a good reason while my little pony understandably had to do damage control when organizations news outlets were passing them off as bad guys, it feels remiss that the documentary completely glosses over the provocative imagery, edgy animations, and many creepypastas out there, it's all adult content that's too accessible for the true demographic of the show, my little pony might be opening some people's minds about what is acceptable in number four male behavior faking cancer tiger king anyone who bought 2020's tiger king craze knows that jill exotic is not the most trustworthy guy if anyone he thinks he's going to come in here and take my animals, he'll be a little waco, but did you know he once lied about having cancer after rick kirkham production studio burned down? joe exotic was seen on social media The media told followers that he had been diagnosed with prostate and bone marrow cancer and only had two months to live during this time. prostate an outbreak of herpes and a bad case of dehydration why would you give to an animal rescue center to live in luxurious cages? well, how about that surprisingly, despite the serious damage the story would have done to its credibility, it never came. in documentary series number three of 2016, mail-order horrors don't fuck with cats hunting down an internet killer over the course of the decades of internet history, there have been many There have been people who have taken advantage of their permission for anonymity.
One of the results was a YouTube video set up for the New Order True Faith and it was like a slideshow of heaven posing Luca Magnata, the subject of the docu-series. f with cats initially used this anonymity to upload videos of himself tormenting the cat violence that would later become the murder of an international student in montreal roses are red violets are blue police will need a dental file to horribly identify him on crime video was uploaded to shocking websites and gruesome evidence was mailed to various places in Canada, someone died, their dog or cat died or something, and they didn't know what to do with it, while the series describes how the political charges were attacked by magnata but he refuses to mention that he also sent some of these disturbing packages to various schools as well as number two avery and halbach known each other doing a murderer and many things seem to point out clearly that he has done it as much as you mentally want to give him the benefit of the doubt.
It becomes impossible when the first season of Making an Assassin was released in 2015. It took the world by storm in the days following the popularity of the series. boom, however, those familiar with the case began to point out some forgotten facts that could have easily changed the public's perception of steven avery and his story, perhaps most surprisingly that victim teresa halbach and avery knew each other prior to the murder that supposedly requested avery. she when she scheduled a photographer for the fateful day she disappeared she was there to photograph this 1989 dodge caravan avery advertises regularly in car dealers magazine and says hallbuck has visited her home on assignment several times the dna of Avery was also found under the trunk of the shipping crate and Halbach's phone and camera were found inside Avery's home, a fact that was raised in court but if it were not included in the series it would be impossible for that we include all the evidence that was presented in the trial which is called a trial what we did was a documentary before we go any further make sure to subscribe to our channel and hit the bell to get notified about our latest videos you have the option to be notified for occasional videos or all of them if you're on your phone make sure you go into your settings and turn on notifications number 1 death of Timothy Trea dwell, Grizzly Man, if you were in possession of audio capturing the moment a person died, would you include that? audio in a documentary about his life this was the moral question director werner herzog wrestled with while making grizzly man it's autumn now expedition 2001 drawing to a close bears moving safely to their winter dens foxes hiding in the woods the focus of the documentary on bear enthusiast timothy stepwell, who along with his then-girlfriend amy huguenots, was attacked and killed by one of the bears he spent his time filming in the documentary herz og shows those who knew bears Stepwell his final audiotape, even listening to it himself, decides not to play the content for the audience, although you should never listen to this. to celebrate the way treadwell lived rather than how he died this is my life this is what i do and i love it do you agree with our picks check out this other recent watchmojo clip and be sure to subscribe and ring the bell for a notification about our latest videos that