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4 True Crime Docs You Can Watch With Terrifying Ties To Ontario

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4 True Crime Docs You Can Watch With Terrifying Ties To Ontario

If you're a fan of true crime documentaries, then these stories will give you goosebumps.

From tales of Canada's oldest cold case to notorious murderers, these documentaries all have horrifying ties to Ontario, and you won't want to watch them right before bed.

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Catching A Serial Killer: Bruce McArthur

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Rating: N/A

Where to stream: Super Channel as of April 30, 2021

Why You Need To Watch It: A brand new documentary about Toronto's notorious serial killer Bruce McArthur is being released, and it will take you right inside the unbelievable investigation.

For Heaven's Sake

Rating: 7/10

Where to stream: CBC Gem

Why You Need To Watch It: 87 years ago, Harold Heaven vanished from his cabin in Minden, Ontario, and was never seen again. In this comedic true crime series, Heaven's great-great-nephew seeks to solve the disappearance, which has become Canada's oldest cold case.

Looking For Mike

Rating: 7.5/10

Where to stream: CBC Gem

Why You Need To Watch It: Filmmaker Dylan Reibling looks for answers to his friend Michael De Bourcier's mysterious death in 2002, which has remained an unsolved Toronto cold case.

Don't F**K with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer

Rating: 8/10

Where to stream: Netflix

Why You Need To Watch It: This shocking docuseries follows the story of the online manhunt for one of the country's most infamous killers, Toronto local Luka Magnotta.

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