Subscribers to the Netflix platform around the world can since Wednesday, July 1, discover The house of horror, one of the six episodes of the Unsolved mysteries series, devoted to the Dupont de Ligonnès affair.
The Dupont de Ligonnès case is the subject of a fascinating documentary on Netflix. The platform made it one of its six episodes from its Unsolved mysteries series.
Since July 1, subscribers have been passionate about this business. This Thursday morning, the hashtag #UnsolvedMysteries appeared on Twitter.
Xavier DuPont is watching Netflix just like us right now. He is not dead. I can’t believe he pulled off the perfect escape. #UnsolvedMysteries
– Arina P. (@soulxmarz) July 2, 2020
On social networks Internet users hope that the series will advance the investigation. Others rely on the internet to advance the investigation.
Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès murdered his whole family, kids, dogs… and disappeared into the sunset.
Evading the French police.
Internet, we must find this guy.
I’m invested now. pic.twitter.com/8GudKoWQ9J
— Danielle Ann (@DefNotDorothy) July 1, 2020
Xavier de Ligonnès is suspected of having murdered his wife and four children and having them buried under the terrace of their house in Nantes. He has been on the run for 9 years.