One of the most intriguing genres on Netflix Canada includes dozens of documentaries that delve deep into theories and unresolved stories. Users seem to love watching crime docs to satisfy their inner detective, shocking and eye-opening docu-series like Broken, and of course anything to do with murder. If your cup of tea is more in the unknown including questions you're dying to have answered, these Netflix Canada conspiracy theory documentaries will get you thinking.
This docuseries follows different conspiracies in each episode including Nazis, aliens, Pearl Harbour, the Royal Family, and the moon landings. It will really get you thinking about things you've always believed, and the first episode about Hitler questions whether he really died in 1945.
If you've ever deeply questioned aliens, you'll want to pop on this documentary film featuring Dr. Steven Greer who interviews people about their experiences witnessing possible extraterrestrials.
Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret
This hour and a half documentary digs into the farming industry and their secrets that have been ignored by environmental organizations. According to the trailer, the industry is responsible for "global warming, water depletion, species extinction, deforestation" among tons more.
The five-episode docuseries based on a novel of the same name just dropped this summer and explores a conservative Christian group that holds an extreme amount of power in US politics.
Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers
This biographical documentary follows Bob Lazar who spilled secrets about Area 51 in the late 80s but was quickly stopped by the US government. He came back in this hour and a half film to talk about the conspiracy theory that he's been silenced on for years.
Behind The Curve
Either you are a flat-earther or you probably know one but either way, this documentary follows people who believe in the theory that the earth isn't actually a spherical globe. In it, they attend events and offer evidence for one of the most mocked and rejected theories. The film even got itself a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.