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Newly Released Docuseries Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel Is Giving Fans Sleepless Nights !

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If you think Netflix has already released there fair share of terrifying documentaries, you are in for more as the newest Netflix project titled Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel might be the scariest thing that will send the chill down your spine!

Netflix Newly Released Docuseries Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel Is Terrifying Enough!

The four-part docuseries Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel recently made its way into the streaming service and is already leaving fans all terrified! The story surrounds around a student named Elisa Lam who mysteriously disappeared during her stay back in 2013!

While the police authorities could not find any trace of the student and while no evidence was left behind, the authorities got hold of some chilling CCTV footage that went viral in no time. If you haven’t already witnessed it all, here’s a little sneak peek into the infamous hotel. The docuseries  is surely spooky enough and will leave you looking out for answers.

Fans Are Sharing Their Thoughts After Watching The Series On Twitter!

As the show comes with a chilling synopsis that says how the hotel has been making headlines for a long time for some notorious activities that happened over time that includes serial killers and some mysterious disappearances as well. The hotel went on to gain some notorious reputation that went on to ignite the whole fiasco even more! After a few disturbing related to the hotel broke out, it became a sensational story for media overnight.

Fans have shared their thoughts after watching the docuseries and how terrified they are! According to these viewers, the stories have managed to give them sleepless nights as the big question that lies behind is what happened to Elisa Lam.

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