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The doc centres around the murder of Argentinian socialite, María Marta García Belsunce in 2002. Her death was initially thought to be an accident, before her autopsy revealed she was actually shot in the head.
And armchair detectives around the country are already growing obsessed with the docu-series, branding it "wild," "crazy" and even coming up with their own theories around the mystery - which remains unsolved - at home.
"I'm watching Carmel on Netflix and this sh*t is WILD. I'm only up to the 3rd episode but I'm convinced a family member killed her," one viewer wrote. "The way they acted after finding her is suspicious enough for me".
As another agreed: "Just finished Carmel: Who killed Maria Marta on Netflix and I still can't figure out who tf killed her but her family is forsure very suspicious (sic)."
A third penned: "Watching #Carmel on Netflix. I'm in the last episode. It's actually mad. From episode one so many things didn't make sense."
While a fourth concurred: "This new crime doc Carmel on Netflix is crazy".
Maria's death was in all the papers as it was uncovered, with the Argentinian press covering it extensively.
Officials originally thought that Maria had fallen in the bathtub and hit her head on a tap.
But in her autopsy, it became apparent that María Marta was actually shot in the head five times and then dumped in the tub.
Her husband, Carlos Carrascosa, was the one who found her, and he started out as the prime suspect.
But, later, DNA analysis found that he didn't match any of the blood stains at the scene.
So, who was responsible?!
While the case remains unsolved to this very day, the new series explored all the possible outcomes in four 47 minute chapters.
Carmel: Who Killed Maria Marta? is directed by Alejandro Hartmann and executive produced by Vanessa Ragone. It was originally made in Spanish, but subtitled in English, so we can all follow along.
If you haven't watched this doc yet, it sounds like it's not one to miss.
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