The Keepers: How the internet is cracking cold cases & talking about dead people

As shown in the recently released Netflix docu-series, the Internet is good at cracking cold cases -- or at least gathering an abundance of tiny details and facts, which often seem to elude the police, in an effort to solve murders. And none of them were as cold -- and as twisted, we would later find out -- as the murder of Sister Cathy, a Baltimore nun who was a teacher at Seton Keough High School.

11 books from high school you should read now

My all-time favourite book to revisit is Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier. I read it because it was on a list of mandatory reading at school in Grade 10 and I chose it at random. The first line is so simple and captivating, and every time I read it I have a new appreciation for the way Du Maurier can create atmosphere out of diction, and describe the haunting Manderley estate in dreamy detail.

5 docs that will make your blood boil

These stories are worth telling and worth hearing. And as we watch them unravel, we waver from hating the protagonists, the alleged killers, to sympathizing with them. So here's a list of docs that will get you screaming at your screen as your blood boils at the corruption, lies, and scheming (mostly on the parts of policemen, lawyers and judges).