Sunday, July 9, 2017

Must Watch: {The Keepers}

It was such a great weekend with nothing to do and nowhere to be. J & I watched the docuseries, The Keepers, on Netflix. With 7 episodes, it is an easy series to binge watch in one or two days.

As a Catholic school student for 13 years, this series definitely peaked my interest. After all, one of my elementary school's priests was a convicted pedophile. This was a huge story in my church parish of St. Genevieve and my hometown of Thibodaux, LA. Read more HERE.

Netflix's latest docuseries tackles the unsolved murder of Cathy Cesnik, a beloved nun and Catholic high school teacher in Baltimore. After disappearing on Nov. 7, 1969, Cesnik's body was found nearly two months later -- but to this day, the killer remains unnamed. In the '90s, the case returned to the spotlight after one of Cesnik's former students accused the high school's chaplain of sexual abuse, and claims that she was taken to Cesnik's then undiscovered corpse and threatened. Director Ryan White pieces together the story through conversations with friends, relatives, journalists, government officials and Baltimore citizens, hoping to uncover the truth.

The Keepers, y'all!


  1. Good evening, Ron! This series has me intrigue. I don't have Netflix, but maybe I can find it on On Demand or Amazon Prime. Have a great evening! Cheers! xoxo

  2. These dark secrets of the Catholic church also peak my interest Ron. That news story from your area - omg! - and this mystery certainly makes one reflect. If you've never read Forbidden Fruit (true story by Annie Murphy), that was a really interesting account in the same vein as these stories.

  3. I watched this...those poor one would listen and they went through hell.

  4. Sounds intriguing and sad at the same time. And OMG, that was for sure the talk of your hometown!!

  5. I've got to watch that!! Does it have an answer at the end of the series?
    Sarah at MeetTheShaneyfelts


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