What’s the true-crime documentary, book, or podcast you’re constantly recommending to others, to the point where your friends can lip-sync your commentary along with you?
Y’all know the ones I refer to over and over again — The Cases That Haunt Us (Douglas), Popular Crime (James), The Imposter — but what you might not know is that I talked not one but two fellow patrons at a vegetarian sandwich joint in Springfield, IL to download Final Vision to their Kindles, and I regret nothing. Lately When They See Us is the one I’m nigh-on ordering people to watch.
What’s yours? (Non-U.S. readers, I’m particularly interested to see what you guys rec.)
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