Documentaries have helped people to gain knowledge about particular incidents. But some incidents were so unusual that weak-hearted people found it difficult to watch and those who watched it, found it difficult to believe. Those documentaries covered all topics from child abuse to the brutal killing of people, challenging cognizance of viewers making them shocked.
Checkout the list of 5 such documentaries that may leave you disturbed after watching.
- Aokigahara / Suicide Forest
A 21 minute documentary film depicting about a suicide forest in Japan , calling it a suicide hotspot. Located at the base of Mt. Fuji, the forest is so dense that it becomes easy for someone to disappear among this evergreen vegetation. Check the documentary below (contains disturbing video, only see if you have a strong heart)
Source (YouTube): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FDSdg09df8
2. High on Crack Street
Made in 1995, this documentary deals with the lives of 3 crack addicts. In this story of addiction, one finds the dark side of being a drug addict, prostitution and other struggles.
The child of Rage features some terrifying impacts of sexual abuse upon a girl child named Beth. Just because of interviews of Beth with a psychiatrist, who treated her, and other TV crew, others got to know that she was sexually violated by her own father. As a result of which she finds it tough to connect with new people. Watching those incidents happened in this documentary may disturb your mind.
Source:- (YouTube) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2-Re_Fl_L4
4. The Killing of America
One should remember “America was one of the world’s first nations to be called as violent.” Don’t believe it?
Just watch this real graphic footage of crime activity. One can see the clips of riots to murders, giving us a determining look of America’s dark past that may keep us confused today.
A documentary that could challenge your perception, this is an interview with a Cannibal who, in his own fantasies, murdered an innocent woman and ate her flesh for three days in a park in the suburb of Paris.