The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel | The Story Behind The Netflix Documentary

13 feb 2021
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Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel is a chilling new documentary series about the disappearance of Elisa Lam at The Cecil Hotel.
In this exclusive interview, Director and Executive Producer Joe Berlinger talks you through the real life behind the scenes story of the series. Find out why he decided to make this documentary, why he included web sleuths, and what lessons we can learn from this tragic story.
0:00 Introduction
0:23 Why The Cecil Hotel?
0:12 Why Elisa Lam's story?
2:14 Why did you include Elisa's social media?
2:47 Why include webs leuths?
4:31 How did you decide who to include?
6:00 What lessons can we learn?
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The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel | The Story Behind The Netflix Documentary
The notorious Cecil Hotel grows in infamy when guest Elisa Lam vanishes. From the creator of "The Ted Bundy Tapes," a dive into crime's darkest places.

  • its finally give us a closer. brilliant work guys full justice to Elsa's story.

    ShabeeShabee7 dögum síðan
  • dumpster fire

    blount outblount out8 dögum síðan
  • I've worked with this guy before, he's normally not this friendly seeming

    SDwillySDwilly9 dögum síðan
  • I also felt for that poor manager...can you imagine what that poor woman endured managing that place. What a freaking nightmare

    Leslie CalvertLeslie Calvert12 dögum síðan
  • This show should show people what hearing a rumor can do to someone else's life. Not only was this tragic for Elisa lam but that poor man morbid had his life turned upside down by people who took a little bit of truth and warped it to fit their own idea's of what happened to her.tragic all the way around

    Leslie CalvertLeslie Calvert12 dögum síðan
  • 6:22 Correct me if I'm wrong but I don't think she was standing on that side of the elevator in the footage released thus far, I guess this is some new unseen footage ?

    Dominic RooijDominic Rooij12 dögum síðan
    • Correction I think it from when she first hops out of the elevator

      Dominic RooijDominic Rooij11 dögum síðan
  • Personally the Elisa Lam case is one of the least interesting things about The Cecil. I encountered it for the first time in 2016. I parked at the Cecil parking lot. Seemed like any hotel on the outside. Actually looked kinda cool. I thought maybe I’d check it out next time I was in LA. Obviously once I researched Stay on Main I got a different background.

    Matthew GreenMatthew Green12 dögum síðan
  • He should create a Kenneka Jenkins documentary.

    HaleyHaley15 dögum síðan
  • Is there stairs in the hotel or just the elevator?

    Juan AyalaJuan Ayala15 dögum síðan
  • Apologizing on behalf of everyone who accused Pablo Vergara for elisa's death. :(

    Asra AhmedAsra Ahmed16 dögum síðan
  • No one start calling out these Web Sleuth involved on every social media yet? I mean canceling this Web Sleuth Involved should be a top priority though.

    luster jokerluster joker16 dögum síðan
  • A reminder: the true monsters don't have any physical characteristics that make them monsters. It's the normal looking people that can be monsters.

    Mira the OptimistMira the Optimist16 dögum síðan
  • I'm so glad this was made. There are so many idiot conspiracy theorists.

    Mira the OptimistMira the Optimist16 dögum síðan
  • Because of the history someone on the hotel staff I believe had something to do with her death. And placed her in the tank ...also using her mental health as a excuse. I pray they find the bastard 🙏

    Alli HendersonAlli Henderson17 dögum síðan
  • I watched the show and this seems to have been made to try and close the case once and for all. No real new answers. Too many questions are still unanswered. I don t think her death was accidental and just saying she had mental issues as and answer to everything is too easy.

    Michel LorangerMichel Loranger17 dögum síðan
  • The first half of this was okay, but when the "web sleuths" started pulling crazy conspiracy theories out I was like "aight I'm done" Also that "ISpastr" who got obsessed to the point of visiting her grave despite never actually knowing her - major creep vibes.

    BlueKewneBlueKewne19 dögum síðan
    • I think the whole point was to show how creepy and out of line they all were, they ruined a guy's life with their stupid theories and they never even apologized to him.

      Sara BrennaSara Brenna18 dögum síðan
    • You’re right about the first bit. However, the man who asked a friend to go to her grave is actually a dentist, not a ISpastr. Sorry... I really wanted to correct you on that. He is still very creepy though.

      Kristina SavicKristina Savic18 dögum síðan
  • The close lid- open lid of water tank still baffles me

    Stare DownStare Down20 dögum síðan
  • I love how Netflix UK and Ireland release these "Why I made"- Story behind the Documentary. To hear from the filmmakers is a real treat. As you did with Nightstalker, Tiger King.

    Anonymous FxAnonymous Fx20 dögum síðan
    • OH THANK YOU!!

      Anonymous FxAnonymous Fx18 dögum síðan
    • So glad ya like them! It's always fascinating to hear from the people behind the films/shows. If you look on our channel, we have lots more in our "Why I Made" playlist.

      Netflix UK & IrelandNetflix UK & Ireland19 dögum síðan
  • Some police are just bad at their job, like really bad at them, especially the cases we see shared on ISpast, the ones they can't solve, they just call it a day, close shut. But then some criminals who commit the crime admits or someone investigate it on their own and everyone is stunned, many cases are always overlooked even obvious ones. If it's a little peculiar as this one pretty sure it's challenging for them, I mean simple cases were overlooked, how bout unusual cases many things would have been overlooked. That's the tragedy here, people doing bad at the job they're assign to. Anyways... (The hotel workers, what were you doing all this time?) How does her body not smell? Are you guys telling me they didn't smell her at all? Anyone here have never been near dead animals before? They can stench up a whole area. I've had an animal died in a sewer further infront of my house it wasn't even a day old but the smell was so strong that the whole house smell like it. A dead body smells it doesn't have to be days after to start smelling, the body wasn't even near the house, it was further away but directly infront of my house inside a sewer which is far down, below but the smell made it seem it was near the house or inside the house. Everywhere it smelled liked it the whole time. How could you missed it? This is only possible when a job isn't taken seriously and maybe the workers didn't even care about the smell and just went on their way as usual. You telling me a few days old body doesn't smell, please... Specifically human body smells far much more stronger than animals, since humans eat multiple types of food. Animals would smell but not as strong since for example a cow would only eat grass, they eat simpler organic food than humans do.

    Vlad IgorVlad Igor20 dögum síðan
  • I just watched the elevator footage and these guys are bad investors or gest want to make money with the fake stories , if you watch the complete footage the elevator stops at different floors you cant see this because it dosen't show the floor number but she pressed a bunch of floors so look at the color of the wall as the elevator doors open you'll see that some walls are blue and some are red but they just want you to think the door opens and close on the same floor. I hate shows that miss lead people.

    MattMatt20 dögum síðan
  • As someone who grew up in LA, you can pick any place and it will have similar history. Like, 8 deaths a year for a building that can house at least 700 people is pretty low considering LA's population size and density.

    worm4wormworm4worm20 dögum síðan
  • Watch the Netflix show. It’s sooooo good!!!!!!!

    Jeanie ChowdhuryJeanie Chowdhury20 dögum síðan
  • The youtube “investigators” were just embarrassing themselves

    Tyler HTyler H20 dögum síðan

    Pokhraj RoyPokhraj Roy20 dögum síðan
  • I've stayed there a couple days prior the water tank discovery. What I've experienced at the C.H. was absolutely haunting and disturbing to say the least.

    Jude MelRosesJude MelRoses20 dögum síðan
    • Details please

      Kristina SavicKristina Savic18 dögum síðan
    • The experience details?

      Krishna LawrenceKrishna Lawrence20 dögum síðan
    • Cool story, bro..

      EirikEirik20 dögum síðan
  • Wasn't an accident.

    George GikopoulosGeorge Gikopoulos20 dögum síðan
  • web sleuths are truly the saddest people on the planet, living in their parent's basements thinking they're smarter than police, psychiatrists, etc. ironically, web sleuths are the same people that campaigned on behalf of Damien Echols (of The West Memphis Three), castigating the police for framing them solely because they looked like death metal kids, but are now ruining the life of Morbid, a death metal musician who 'looks like a murderer'. I was stunned to hear web sleuth 'experts' say they've never read or heard of (and how it makes ZERO sense), of a bipolar person, not properly medicated, taking off their clothing and doing irrational things. One of these women said 'WHY WOULD SHE BE NAKED, IT MAKES NO SENSE. SHE WAS RAPED.". as far as i can tell none of these people are psychotherapists. I can attest, having a mood disorder myself, that it is ENTIRELY probable, in fact symptomatic of a mood disorder (improperly medicated in a manic phase) that someone WOULD strip naked for no apparent reason and do things that to neuro-typical people seem impossible. It's insulting to people with mental illness that they cast their opinions as fact, it's insulting to the staff at the Cecil (in particularly the maintenance man and the desk manager, who for likely not much money have to work jobs that are undoubtedly extremely unpleasant and often dangerous), to not just imply, but STATE that they are complicit in her murder. And if what happened to Elisa Lam was not mental illness related, here's another idea that, again, to anyone with knowledge of the subject would also make perfect sense. Elisa Lam was a sheltered girl from a sheltered family. She spoke on her blog of not having ever had a drink or touched drugs. A person with a mood disorder, not taking their medication properly, with a stated desire to "explore the world, do everything, try everything (ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR MEET UPS)", would be overwhelmed to a point that would INDUCE a manic episode on finding themselves staying smack dab in the middle of an open drug market, have someone offer them LSD and then drop that LSD. If you've never dropped acid before, you don't know what to expect. If you've never dropped acid before and are in a notoriously dangerous neighbourhood, paranoia would be a reasonable, foreseeable reaction to the drug. When my uncle died his autopsy report was changed three days later - they'd missed a brain aneurysm and assumed he'd died from a fall. No mystery, no conspiracy, a not unusual part of pathology. Watching this series, the mystery to me is NOT how Elisa Lam died, but how these people can live with themselves, and how they have such a sense of unimpeachable entitlement. Web sleuths - move out of your parent's homes, get a job, get an education, get laid, get off the internet - maybe then you'll know what REAL WORLD factors could contribute to something like Lam's death. Shame on all of you.

    brad phillipsbrad phillips20 dögum síðan
  • The internet guy that compared her death to losing a sister and had her grave filmed needs to be put on a watchlist ASAP. Creeped me out the entire time.

    HayleyHayley20 dögum síðan
    • Not saying that his words and actions didn't seem weird. I did, however, also notice that he said Elisa's openness about her mental health issues on social media made him (and people who are alike) think "they are not alone". It made me think he's probably going through some mental health issues himself. Therefore, he's processing it differently than many of us. Just my thought here.

      Iffat KhanIffat Khan8 dögum síðan
    • Yeah the dental student was a creeper

      Leslie CalvertLeslie Calvert9 dögum síðan
    • The dental student dude?

      Matthew GreenMatthew Green12 dögum síðan
    • That dude is creepy and craves attention

      SSgt Chit E. PanzSSgt Chit E. Panz17 dögum síðan
    • I’ve been saying this. He was like obsessed. So weird

      ShezNotRushinShezNotRushin19 dögum síðan
  • I think when they say the tank latch is opened, it's a lie. They are too many mistakes like the date error and the latch being closed and the timing on the lift footage has been altered. And then to say she might herself goes in the tank and making herself naked there is no common sense in that. I honestly believe she was murdered. Either by the hotel staff or the guests. And the idea that she might killed herself because of mental illness is just not fair to her.

    Sabariah Innae-jeulgeoumSabariah Innae-jeulgeoum20 dögum síðan
  • All the ISpastrs who made videos, especially at locations like John Sobhani, are pathetic losers. This is your high?

    How We Do DisneyHow We Do Disney20 dögum síðan
  • Does anybody think the couple in the beginning are sketchy like there hiding something like there geniuses

    patron626patron62621 degi síðan síðan
    • Nope. Their innocence was proven multiple times throughout the years and the documentary on Netflix. Accusing them makes you just as bad as the internet investigators who accused Morbid without solid proof.

      Kristina SavicKristina Savic18 dögum síðan
  • So the internet sleuths managed to ruin a guys life and get it totally wrong. Justice for morbid, when someone's different for any reason they get judged and bullied just because some idiots think there detectives honestly I'd sue the bastards, just like the tits who think covids a conspiracy wake the fuck up and remove your tinfoil hat because it's real. Very triggered by this 😂

    Matty LordMatty Lord21 degi síðan síðan
  • I remember there was internet sleuths on that Kenneka Jenkins case and people was putting out I think Monifah Irene Shamaya addresses out there full Chicago IL addresses with Death Threats that reminded me of Morbid situation they ruined their lives too all cause they was partying with Kenneka Jenkins they all to clear their names on Zacktv1 Rip lol some people really suck

    Lady LoveLady Love21 degi síðan síðan
  • Those "web sleuths" are horrible, poor Elisa and Pablo deserved better.

    Sara BrennaSara Brenna21 degi síðan síðan
  • So your telling me LAPD didn't realize the lid was already open and didn't go and check and it took 2 more weeks until she was found ????

    Big JBig J21 degi síðan síðan
    • @Lady Love police dogs wouldn't be able to smell her through both a giant barrier of metal and water. Also, LAPD are notoriously bad at their jobs. I used to do the cadet program with LAPD, and they really don't care. They just want to make their money and get their pension.

      worm4wormworm4worm20 dögum síðan
    • Most surprising is that the police helicopter that was searching the roof with a light didn’t spot it

      HayleyHayley20 dögum síðan
    • It's weird right the dogs were up on the roof and they didn't even detect her yet the Lid was Open that's Fishy man

      Lady LoveLady Love21 degi síðan síðan
    • That's exactly what I was thinking I couldn't believe they didn't check the water tower. My 15 yr old little sister even said what about the water tower? Then when the English couple started talking about the dirty water I was like oh no your right... If I do apply for LAPD I hope to never look over something like that ever. But don't forget they probably didn't even see the opened tank cus the tanks are alot more taller probably didn't see it from their shorter angle but they should have checked regardless 🤦‍♂️

      Jose DelgadoJose Delgado21 degi síðan síðan
  • Unfortunately her illness killed her. Bipolar disorder/schizophrenia is a real thing. RIP Elisa 🙏😇🙏

    yowzahfulyowzahful21 degi síðan síðan
    • She was murdered.

      TheTRUTHmatters!TheTRUTHmatters!17 klukkustundum síðan
  • Why didn't you bring a psychic

    Tasmiha TarafderTasmiha Tarafder21 degi síðan síðan
    • Unreliable

      Kristina SavicKristina Savic18 dögum síðan
  • Was she wearing underwear or not? I think its a key factor bc she wouldnt have thought to herself taking off this underwear will make me lighter..

    Vasco KangVasco Kang21 degi síðan síðan
    • Word 🤔

      Lady LoveLady Love21 degi síðan síðan
  • This doc is a clever cautionary tale. I don't understand how so many missed the point. The doc is targeted to the web-sleuth type of people, who would watch a trashy documentary. It sucks you in, only to tell you that that is abhorrent. You're not supposed to like the ISpastrs. The audience members of those ISpast videos who harassed police officers, case workers, coroner's, and a death metal musician are the people who need to see this documentary. I love what he said in this video, 'we live in a post-truth era', best story wins, stories are not the same as facts.

    Em Knows BestEm Knows Best21 degi síðan síðan
  • Web Sleuths are morons and it bares out in this documentary. They sound like idiots.

    Derick RenlyDerick Renly21 degi síðan síðan
  • I watched this at the week end. Too many un-answered questions.

    Yvonne JohnsonYvonne Johnson21 degi síðan síðan
  • Morbid, if you ever see this, I'm so sorry for all that you went through; it wasn't your fault :(

    Aditi GuptaAditi Gupta21 degi síðan síðan
  • none of those internet "investigators" cared for her just wanted there fame treated her almost like a prop to a story

    kay koolkay kool21 degi síðan síðan
  • Yo, the web sleuths really need to apologize to Pablo Vergara. That is really fucked up after finishing the 4th episode

    Dan JosefDan Josef21 degi síðan síðan
  • I remember the video around at the time and the outcome of the case, not much else though. Like people said, those 'internet sleuths' were the worst part about it. I don't believe they were emotionally invested in her as a person for a second, they were just out to air their own views and get bigger followings at the time. Far too much of the documentary time was given to them to ramble on. I think this made me not like it as much. Would have like to have learned more about Elisa's life - instead they just inserted random bits throughout the documentary. If they'd have kept it to Elisa, history of the hotel, history of skid row and the investigation I would have preferred it. It was just your typical flashy netflix overly padded documentary that they're churning out on a monthly basis these days. Oh, and it was clear she went on the trip to die.

    jcooke222jcooke22221 degi síðan síðan
    • @Madison I think there's a whole mystique built around the case which clouds the reality of it.

      jcooke222jcooke22220 dögum síðan
    • @Lady Love My reason for saying it is that the family held back from the police just how debilitating her Mental Illness was. Being in hospital, laying in bed for weeks. I think it was an all or nothing kind of trip. And Ian from Shameless is completely fiction so can't be used as an example.

      jcooke222jcooke22220 dögum síðan
    • I don't think she wanted to Die I actually think she was trying to find herself in this world and go on a Road trip it definitely reminds me of Ian from Shameless how he went Bi Polar Manic episodes and went on a road trip to Florida and it was a Spur of the moment type of thing but she felt like she needed to see the World unfortunately this Hotel sounds like it wasnt Safe at all

      Lady LoveLady Love21 degi síðan síðan
    • I completely agree with your first paragraph but disagree with your second. I completely disagree with your last sentence, however. Lol

      MadisonMadison21 degi síðan síðan
  • How is the tampering of the video not evidence?

    Ana KAna K21 degi síðan síðan
    • I take back what I said, too many things that don’t make sense. I feel like people want to shame those who think there is more to the story. Doesn’t make sense why they didn’t see the opened water tank on the helicopter or didn’t smell it if it was open, the dogs would’ve smelled it and even the humans would of. Doesn’t make sense why we saw a foot wearing a shoe beside her in the elevator footage. Doesn’t make sense why they cut out so much footage and never released it during the documentary if nothing happened.

      Bean CatBean Cat11 dögum síðan
    • Where’s the camera in the hallways? They have them everywhere in that hotel. Surely there’s a camera that would show her go up to the locked rooftop

      Prince AliPrince Ali12 dögum síðan
    • It wasn’t tampered with.. the video shown wasn’t the original Still they could of shown the original to prove it idk 🤷🏼‍♂️

      Dan DJBDan DJB21 degi síðan síðan
    • They said the original was not edited. Still kind of weird but idk. It really does seem like she was just having a breakdown

      Bean CatBean Cat21 degi síðan síðan
  • Way to turn tragedy into AHS. 😒 is this the hotel version? Is lady gaga going to make an appearance?

    Helen McConnellHelen McConnell21 degi síðan síðan
    • The Manager is Lady Gaga

      Lady LoveLady Love21 degi síðan síðan
    • AND some idiot said that ‘the Cecil is as much a character as Elisa is’. NO, she was a person!!!! I hope her family isn’t watching. These people, wth 🤦🏻‍♀️

      Helen McConnellHelen McConnell21 degi síðan síðan
  • Great documentary!

    Alaric YanosAlaric Yanos21 degi síðan síðan
  • I hope all these people blow up morbids DM’s with apologies just like they send all this hate msgs. All these wannabe FBI agents ruining innocent lives for jumping to conclusions

    L JL J21 degi síðan síðan
  • Interesting series that is spoilt by these crass, embarrassing and stupid theories of 'web sleuths'.

    ne1970 70ne1970 7022 dögum síðan

    VinVin DamsVinVin Dams22 dögum síðan
    • @Noemi oh stfu

      Figment ForeverFigment Forever11 dögum síðan
    • @Noemi there’s no such thing as the devil or god

      Matthew GreenMatthew Green12 dögum síðan
    • That's what he gets Karma for being a devil worshiper!

      NoemiNoemi12 dögum síðan
    • @Jake Bealing That scene “Black Metal” was practically founded in accusations. Some real some not. Watch “Lords of Chaos “ if you haven’t already

      Matthew GreenMatthew Green12 dögum síðan
    • 😂🤣

      Mira the OptimistMira the Optimist16 dögum síðan
  • I just watched the documentary on Netflix and those web sleuths are a disgrace for treating Morbid that way without even doing their homework and these idiots have the nerve to call themselves Web Sleuths. Shame on them.

    Marcella SheridanMarcella Sheridan22 dögum síðan
    • They're basically a bunch of people who think because they read mystery novels they're suddenly the next Sherlock Holmes or Hercule Poirot.

      BlueKewneBlueKewne19 dögum síðan
    • I agree. I didn't much care for him before and definitely not now.

      Jenni WalkerJenni Walker19 dögum síðan
  • The story they made up its too perfect to be real. The manager is sus and her body language says it all, she is hiding something! Also, they never explained why the video was edited

    Raffaele Agliano'Raffaele Agliano'22 dögum síðan
    • The Tank Lid was Open and the Police Dogs didn't smell anything also they had a Helicopter shine a huge light you think they actually think something was out of place such as a Water Tank lid was open what did the police use was Drug Dogs cause I know Cadaver Dogs would of been able to at least detect her body

      Lady LoveLady Love21 degi síðan síðan
    • @Raffaele Agliano' I said nothing of the video, honey. Re-read my comment. If you’d like to ask someone what they think of the video, you can use your words and ask like an adult. No need to make passive aggressive insinuations. However, who knows if the lost footage is even relevant? In the last episode, the detective says that the original video received from the hotel wasn’t tampered with and that there was “nothing wrong” with it. The evidence doesn’t suggest any foul play, unless someone literally forced Elisa at gunpoint to enter the water tank and just left her up there, which would make absolutely no sense. There were no wounds on her body. No bruises. No cuts. No scrapes. No evidence of strangling. Nothing. Additionally, the behavior she had been exhibiting the last two days prior to her death were ones of which she had a history when manic and off her meds, as confirmed by her family. Experts have studied the footage and her body language and confirmed that it’s consistent with someone experiencing hallucinations/delusions and/or a psychotic break. The *only* thing that suggests something “fishy” is the lost 52 seconds of footage. I’m curious to see that lost footage, but I’m fairly confident that it won’t change anything regarding the case. At worst, I think there could have been someone walking by (maybe an employee?) who could have seen Elisa. I truly don’t think there is anything to suggest foul play, but if you have any evidence at all, please go ahead.

      MadisonMadison21 degi síðan síðan
    • @Madison So you are saying that 1 minute of the video just deleted itself

      Raffaele Agliano'Raffaele Agliano'21 degi síðan síðan
    • Her body language suggests that she’s defensive, which is understandable (though I didn’t like her much and she didn’t seem very concerned or empathetic for Elisa or this case.) Keep in mind that the story and explanation that makes the most sense and that the evidence points towards is what happened 9/10 times. It’s “too perfect” because it makes the most sense, and it’s clearly what happened. We need to learn to accept the facts, regardless of how much we want to believe that something more than a tragic accident happened.

      MadisonMadison21 degi síðan síðan
    • They didn’t made this up, this story been around for years

      Eleven HopperEleven Hopper21 degi síðan síðan
  • She had a psychotic break. The end.

    K DK D22 dögum síðan
    • @TheTRUTHmatters! Dude, I can tell you 100 pounds of dead weight is not easy to move. If it was a solid object it would be easier. I dont think you understand the awkwardness of lifting something like that. The layout of the tanks would make it a nightmare. Ntm, if you were moving a body that much, you would tie it up or else it would just flop around uncontrollably. Stop reaching....

      cuda861cuda86117 klukkustundum síðan
    • @TheTRUTHmatters! they didn't find any proof of violence of any kind on her body and no trace of anyone in her life who wanted to harm/kill her. Your assumption is based on nothing.

      Sara BrennaSara Brenna17 klukkustundum síðan
    • @cuda861 Not such a huge task since she didn't weigh that much.

      TheTRUTHmatters!TheTRUTHmatters!17 klukkustundum síðan
    • @Sara Brenna True that mental illness is a killer but Lisa had a human stalker/killer.

      TheTRUTHmatters!TheTRUTHmatters!17 klukkustundum síðan
    • K D She was murdered.

      TheTRUTHmatters!TheTRUTHmatters!17 klukkustundum síðan
  • A player was scared lol up 3am watching this ..

    Bliss 143Bliss 14322 dögum síðan
  • This was so cringe. All these ‘web sleuths and ISpast’s’ trying to solve this as if they’re detectives 🙄😂. I felt embarrassed for them. Next time use only witnesses and police. This girl was having a psychotic break. Her behaviour shows her hallucinating and acting bizarrely. She did it all herself unfortunately. This place isn’t haunted. It just attracts a certain type of human

    Jessica KJessica K22 dögum síðan
    • Unfortunately this happens alot I seen that in the Kenneka Jenkins case too they think her own friends set her up for money so what the internet detectives do post their addresses of where they are living in Chicago IL and hopefully the community can bring out supposed Street Justice that's really Dangerous I bet Monifah was feeling like Morbid

      Lady LoveLady Love21 degi síðan síðan
    • that big reddit post make me angry so much. they don't have any kind of proof and they are making some kind of resolution with this case and what happened to her? but i guess they will have views and money, that is most important!

      Jack CravfordJack Cravford22 dögum síðan
  • What if the elevator game was right what if that's true she didn't look right but she didn't take her meds to what if she went crazy and did it herself

    kaydence Gauthierkaydence Gauthier22 dögum síðan
    • Could of been demons telling her to get into the Tank there is honestly no explanation and her mind was fragile too I got a imagine that Hotel literally like 1408 whole 700 rooms got to be Evil even looking at the Cecil Hotel makes my hair stand up

      Lady LoveLady Love21 degi síðan síðan
  • I did not like the lady who called herself a manager

    Nikkia Lemelle BanksNikkia Lemelle Banks22 dögum síðan
    • @Lady Love Truth.

      TheTRUTHmatters!TheTRUTHmatters!17 klukkustundum síðan
    • Nikkia Agreed - she seemed very off.

      TheTRUTHmatters!TheTRUTHmatters!17 klukkustundum síðan
    • @Edi yup with Death thats one thing I noticed too like how she get that job too does she have experience for being a Manger of a really expensive hotel something she not really telling us thats really weird

      Lady LoveLady Love5 dögum síðan
    • She definitely seemed to “light up” when talking about a) the hotel and b) semed to have a almost ghoulish fascination at the same time. She was def an odd one. Seemed very proud of her job too

      EdiEdi9 dögum síðan
    • Yeah, I had the exact same feelings about her.

      Kate VernileKate Vernile20 dögum síðan
  • 1. Where is the uncut surveillance video? Video released by police is missing 52 seconds. 2. How come dogs didn’t catch the smell of a dead body in the water tank if door was open? 3. Body language basic, when people lied they look to the right. The maintenance man look down to the right when he said on the interview water tank door was open.

    eoublueeoublue22 dögum síðan
    • Not everyone's telling a lie when they look to the right, obviously. For instance, when I'm having trouble with focussing, I tend to look at something plain. A smooth floor would suffice.

      darlingdarling5 dögum síðan
    • Lady Love yup, nobody did.

      Bean CatBean Cat11 dögum síðan
    • @Bean Cat the Tampered Video Tape she didnt really give an answer why it was Tampered with too

      Lady LoveLady Love12 dögum síðan
    • @Bean Cat oh im in the same boat there alot of folks from Reddit complaining about the Conspiracy theory's but everything dont really add up they wasnt clear at all and alot of things bring up more Questions then Answers the Manger knows what happened to her I can say that for a Certain fact because how she reacts to the questions you can see she wanted to defend the Hotel but really didnt care about Customers period I have a feeling that the Mantence Worker also might of been paid off because the LAPD saying two things at once he opened and closed it ? They was looking for her body on the roof and found nothing how can this be ? Opened Tanks would be something out of the Ordinary too once you shined a light on that One Tank with the Tank Lid Opened !

      Lady LoveLady Love12 dögum síðan
    • @Bean Cat yeah there might be something to back up your facts look up Observe on him he like a Body Language type of dude anyways he talks about her actually lying and her expressions in the Documentary are very suspect

      Lady LoveLady Love12 dögum síðan
  • Trash

    michael terminellimichael terminelli22 dögum síðan
  • Head over to our channel if you like to speak English fluently in 3 months.

    English LearningEnglish Learning22 dögum síðan
  • I'm trying to contact Netflix, my video is very important.

    Aleksandar Stanković OfficialAleksandar Stanković Official22 dögum síðan
  • Watch my last video Reconstruction, solved! I want people to see what exactly happened. Thank you.

    Aleksandar Stanković OfficialAleksandar Stanković Official22 dögum síðan
    • Have you ever stayed there?

      Jude MelRosesJude MelRoses20 dögum síðan
  • She was murdered by a man stalking her. She new him.

    LizLiz22 dögum síðan
    • @michelle open tank also they lying about the Rape Test I don't know why the medical examiner would lie but Rape Test wasn't necessary because they was so certain she was Bi Polar they over looked the fact that she could of possibly been sexually Assaulted but because she was Alone and the overwheming evidence that she had Manic episode there was no need for a Rape Test

      Lady LoveLady Love21 degi síðan síðan
    • They found no evidence of anyone in her life wanting to hurt/murder her, and no evidence of any type of violence on the body. This theory is based on nothing.

      Sara BrennaSara Brenna22 dögum síðan
    • You don’t know that. You’re just making stuff up. You’re as bad as those ‘internet sleuths’

      Jessica KJessica K22 dögum síðan
    • how do you know??? i need answers this is making my toes curl

      michellemichelle22 dögum síðan
  • ISpast sleuths could be the biggest goofs in the known universe. Group think isn't always a bad thing but sprinkle in a couple attention grabbing narcissist into your crew and it's over.

    Noah ZieglerNoah Ziegler22 dögum síðan
    • This was the same deal with Kenneka Jenkins too the girls Chicago IL addresses with Death Threats saying they live there I thought that shit was too wild

      Lady LoveLady Love21 degi síðan síðan
    • How true! I feel so badly for Vergara. This poor man's life was actually ruined. Not only was he convicted by the internet trolls. That it sent him spiraling into the same depression their " reason I became a ISpastr" had felt. They cared more about their own theories about a dead girl, than the life of a living man! This is a tragedy for more than one person. He is no longer suicidal but, you can see the deep sadness in him. He lost his life's work and his freedom to express himself. That is truly sorrowful. His art is lost. Sure many don't appreciate death metal. I'm a metalhead( not death metal), so I really feel for him on that level. My husband is a classically trained musician. And I don't know how he could stand not having that in his life. Not to mention having his accounts cancelled?!?! Smh, What a damn disgrace big tech has become! 🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬

      Barbara VanceBarbara Vance22 dögum síðan
    • They ruined Pablo’s life as well, I feel sorry for him. Absolutely sickening accusing someone of murder, they didn’t even apologise.. absolute jokers want to get a proper job instead of playing detective on the internet.

      MUFCandy99MUFCandy9922 dögum síðan
  • That manager at the Cecil hotel by FAR should have forewarned young single tourists like Elisa. Such a shame that that girl was just let in to such a dangerous place and not warned!!! It disgusts me 😒😖

    Kim CKim C22 dögum síðan
    • She wouldn’t be much of a manager if she tried to scare people away from the hotel , everyone should do there own research I’m sure you have to be a adult to check in

      Cory LeeCory Lee19 dögum síðan
  • awesome series, thanx for this. it was sad pablo had those sleuths screw up his life like that.....

    AnthonyAnthony22 dögum síðan
    • People complain about bullies, then go online too do the bullying. Makes no sense to me

      AnthonyAnthony21 degi síðan síðan
    • They did the same thing to Kenneka Jenkins friends too

      Lady LoveLady Love21 degi síðan síðan
    • Yeah i felt so bad for him those people ruined his life because of stereotypes, and none of them reached out to him to apologize after they discovered he didn't have anything to do with it? Trash, all of them.

      Sara BrennaSara Brenna22 dögum síðan
    • Agree. Poor guy.

      Mink 1973Mink 197322 dögum síðan
  • Didn't the janitor say he went up to the water tank to see what the problem was and saw her and then the police went up and saw that it was shut

    lixard XPlixard XP22 dögum síðan
    • @LaVienHoes no I just finished it they said it was closed by mistake it was open the entire time

      lixard XPlixard XP22 dögum síðan
    • Yes the janitor found her and the lid was off, he then closed it until the police came

      LaVienHoesLaVienHoes22 dögum síðan
  • just finished watching the documentary and I have been researching this for two years I have been able to add to my recherché by watching this I've wanted to visit the hotel since I first heard of it

    Anita springAnita spring22 dögum síðan
    • "Researching" 🤪

      Noah ZieglerNoah Ziegler22 dögum síðan
  • It was a damn spirit man

    blackz 0blackz 022 dögum síðan
    • Watch my last video, you have right.

      Aleksandar Stanković OfficialAleksandar Stanković Official22 dögum síðan
    • Yeah, I guess paranoid delusion is less feasible than a ghost.

      ULOIRARULOIRAR22 dögum síðan
  • I’m 8th

    SkywalkerV420 !SkywalkerV420 !22 dögum síðan
  • I two am joining in also I’m 7th

    sleep worthysleep worthy22 dögum síðan
  • why are we all doing this but i’m here to join! 6th😂

    Emmett KaseyEmmett Kasey22 dögum síðan
  • 5th

    Roger Taylor's CarRoger Taylor's Car22 dögum síðan
    • @Roger Taylor's Car Yes, his growl 🐯 and dexterity! The first time that I saw that clip, I freaked a little around 3:25 when Brian momentarily blocked our view of Roger. 😁

      darlingdarling5 dögum síðan
    • @darling I got emotional when Roger sang!

      Roger Taylor's CarRoger Taylor's Car5 dögum síðan
    • @darling Yes!

      Roger Taylor's CarRoger Taylor's Car5 dögum síðan
    • @Roger Taylor's Car Hopefully, you've already seen 😍 the gorgeous live in Montreal version, where Killer Queen transitions into "...Car"?

      darlingdarling5 dögum síðan
    • @darling CAAAARRRR!!!!!!

      Roger Taylor's CarRoger Taylor's Car5 dögum síðan
  • 😂😂😂3rd....😭😭😭

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    anam manam m22 dögum síðan
    • @CHEESe__NIPs yh srry i just realised

      anam manam m22 dögum síðan
    • No lol I thought someone else commented to I'm first

      CHEESe__NIPsCHEESe__NIPs22 dögum síðan
  • Second

    CHEESe__NIPsCHEESe__NIPs22 dögum síðan