Thanks @Ome for bringing back the documentaries forum! So, I just got Netflix the other day and dived straight into their new documentary series. I didn't watch the trailer, but it seemed to have all the ingredients of something I would like, an unsolved murder mystery, priests, nuns, scandal. I ended up watching the first 3 episodes yesterday and it is turning out to be so much more than a murder mystery (which the trailer outlines) and I must say it's powerful and compelling stuff, hard hitting and at times disturbing. As the woman who is originally named as Jane Doe recounts the abuse that she endured I was actually in awe that she was sitting there before us, talking us through it, that she had somehow survived all that and lived to tell the tale. It's a testament to the human spirit that she somehow managed to come out the other side of it all. But then somehow many people do, and many, many did in this particular story. I'm only half way through so am very keen to see what transpires in the last half, as so far each episode has been more gripping than the last and has taken us deeper into the mystery, which seems to get bigger and more depraved as it unravels. I found myself being really affected by it and it made it's way into my dreams/nightmares last night. Is anyone else watching this?