Available from July 6 on Netflix, the documentary Girl in the Picture crime in abyss tells the story of a woman found dead by the side of a road, leaving behind a son and a man who claims to be her husband, and a chilling mystery.
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Beginning of the month obliges, Ia Netflix streaming platform is about to put online new programs and a documentary which should fascinate you and which will not leave you indifferent. It all started with a photo, which upon closer examination revealed a 30-year-old mystery. The documentary Girl in the Picture crime in abyss out July 6 looks at the story of Sharon Marshall. She went from being an ambitious teenager who won a scholarship to Georgia Tech to being a woman with a two-year-old son, forced by her abusive husband to work as a stripper. His tragic murder leads to an investigation into his true identity and the federal fugitive who was at the center of it all. Investigative journalist Matt Birkbeck, who chronicled this saga in his best-selling novels A Beautiful Child and Finding Sharonis the executive producer of the film.
Girl in the Picturewho was Sharon Marshall’s husband?
Franklin Delano Floyd is a murderer who is currently in prison following his conviction for the 1989 murder of Cheryl Ann Commesso, a mother of three. He is also a person of interest in the 1990 death of his wife, Sharon Marshall, who was killed by a car in a hit-and-run. The story that led to the documentary started when people started digging to find out who exactly Sharon Marshall was. It was later discovered that before becoming his wife, Sharon had been raised by Floyd as his daughter from an early age and had herself been kidnapped by Floyd as a child. Sharon Marshall’s true identity remained a mystery until 2014.
Girl in the Picturean additional audio mini-series
For accompany the documentarystreaming platform Netflix will also release a special five-part audio miniseries. Girl in the Picture the podcast will feature additional information and interviews not seen on screen. A word of advice: if you want to avoid spoilers, watch the documentary before listening to episode 3.
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