Jaw-dropper alert! These Netflix and Amazon Prime documentaries discuss topics of mysterious vanishings and strongly kept secrets that will totally shock you. You might even be left wondering how these spooky stories went under the radar for decades.

We're halfway through April but the new arrivals on Amazon Prime and Netflix keep rolling in, giving you two must-watch lists full of fresh content. 

Plus both Amazon Prime and Netflix have dozens of movies you have to watch at least once in your life, and Prime has quite a few that are so good they earned perfect Rotten Tomatoes scores

Still haven't signed up for Amazon Prime yet? The streaming service is currently offering a 30-day trial for Canadians so you can check out popular Amazon Originals, highly rated flicks, and even pick-me-up movies that'll make you feel good. 

When you're in the mood for some bone-chilling fun, these seven documentaries will have you questioning everything around you for days. 


God Knows Where I Am 

Rating: 87% on Rotten Tomatoes

In a shocking and heart-breaking discovery, a family finds their mother abandoned and alone in a farmhouse after she survived on apples and rainwater waiting for God to save her.

Tell Me Who I Am

Rating: 89% on Rotten Tomatoes

The heartbreaking story about a pair of twin brothers takes a turn when one of them suffers an accident and loses all memories about his life. His twin is tasked with helping him remember his childhood but leaves out parts about family sexual abuse which will leave you contemplating whether he did right or wrong.

Black Hole Apocalypse 

Rating: 8.0/10 on IMDb

Black holes are the ultimate mind-blowing phenomenon. Scientists don't know where they came from and only know they are holes in the fabric of space, prompting them to go on a hunt to search for the largest ones in our universe.


Rating: 75% on Rotten Tomatoes

Secrets surrounding the existence and spotting of UFOs go back decades and this doc uncovers personal testimonies, footage, and documents that have previously been hidden from mankind.

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Kursk: A Submarine In Troubled Waters

Rating: 7.4/10 on IMDb

The Kursk submarine sunk under mysterious circumstances many years ago, igniting this 2004 doc to dig deeper into what happened and what we still don't know.

Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!

Rating: 75% on Rotten Tomatoes

The sequel follows the original Super Size Me where director and star Morgan Spurlock went on a month-long diet of only McDonald's meals. He's back with his own fast food restaurant that teaches him about the shocking secrets of the industry and what has been hidden in our food for decades.

Tales Of The Grim Sleeper

Rating: 77% on Rotten Tomatoes

The notorious Grim Sleeper terrorized Los Angeles for 25 years with over 100 victims, making him one of the worst serial killers in history. Director Nick Broomfield uncovers that the arrest was completely accidental when a computer matched his DNA to over a dozen cases.