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If you've been hooked to Netflix's latest show, Crime Scene: Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel this week, we have news.
You might be interested to know that there was another TV show that delved into the mysterious happenings at the Downtown Los Angeles hotel, which aired back in 2017.
Horror at the Cecil Hotel is a three part series which takes a look at three different murder cases, all of which took place at the eery establishment.
The hotel, located in Downtown LA, has been the backdrop to many crimes and is renown for mysterious deaths and a number of suicides between the 1930s-1960s.
The series looks into three of these, with the first episode, titled Room 1402, focusing on serial killer Richard Ramirez, the subject of Netflix documentary Night Stalker.
The ep will delve into Ramirez' heinous crimes, and investigate how the serial killer was resident at the hotel for several weeks during the 1980s and is even thought to have committed some of his crime spree during his stay.
Meanwhile, the second episode, The Girl In The Water Tank, focuses on 21-year-old Canadian student Elisa Lam, who was also the subject of the recent Netflix doc.
As viewers will know, Elisa went missing from the hotel in 2013. One month after she vanished, Elisa's body was recovered from a water tank on the roof of the hotel.
However, her death was ruled as accidental drowning, with her bipolar disorder also being a significant factor.
Finally, the third ep of the series, Intertwined, delves into one of the lesser known deaths at the Cecil Hotel, which involved an older man and a younger woman who were found lying in blood on the sidewalk next to the hotel, in 1962.
Investigators were baffled, after it appeared the pair had fallen from a ninth floor window. But were they pushed? Or did they jump?
The mini series is currently available on Amazon Prime Video, and if you enjoyed the Netflix doc, it's certainly one to watch.
Featured Image Credit: Investigation Discovery
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