We're just a month away from Netflix dropping new true crime seriesThe Keepers, which explores the story of an unsolved murder of a nun from Baltimore.
The seven-part investigative docuseries is directed by Ryan White and looks into the mysterious death of Sister Cathy Cesnik, a Catholic high school teacher whose body was found two months after she went missing November 7, 1969.
The still-unsolved case reemerged back in the '90s when a anonymous woman came forward with allegations of past sexual abuse by the high school's chaplain — but was reportedly silenced after being shown Cathy's (not yet found) dead body and told:
"See what happens when you say bad things about people."
Watch the two-minute trailer for the series (above)! Will U be watching on May 19???
Apparently, The Keepers documents the mysterious disappearance of Sister Catherine "Cathy" Cesnik in 1969 and her subsequent death. Following the success of Making A Murderer and the Amanda Knox documentary, the docuseries promises to give Cesnik's story the same fascinating true crime treatment. It's said the series will highlight the many people the late nun touched, as well as the various secrets and lies that may be connected to her death.
Be sure to keep your eyes peeled on Wednesday since that's the day Netflix plans to drop a trailer for the project. Oh, and they'll also be releasing an interview with documentarian Ryan White too.
The Keepers will drop in full on May 19. Will you be tuning in??
But apparently there is more evidence proving that the former New England Patriots player did have a very close relationship with fellow convict Kyle Kennedy (above), who was reportedly the last person to see him alive.
According to a new DailyMail.com report, the family of the 22-year-old inmate (who is serving 3 to 5 years for armed robbery) received a $50,000 watch from Hernandez the day before he hanged himself in his cell last Wednesday.