Jimmy's Forest - Netflix
Thu 27 June 2019
High up in a spectacular tree house, Jimmy Doherty develops an intimate understanding of the inner workings of a British forest.
Runtime: 45 minutes
Jimmy's Forest - Murder of Sylvia Likens - Netflix
The murder of Sylvia Likens took place in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States in October 1965. The 16-year-old was held captive, abused and tortured to death over a period of three months by Gertrude Baniszewski, Baniszewski's children, and other neighborhood children. Likens' parents, who were carnival workers, had initially left her and her sister Jenny in the care of the Baniszewski family, paying Gertrude $20 a week to care for the sisters. Baniszewski, her daughter Paula, her son John, and two neighborhood youths, Coy Hubbard and Richard Hobbs, were tried and convicted of torturing and murdering Likens. The case was described by the prosecutor in Baniszewski's trial as “the most terrible crime ever committed in the state of Indiana”.
Jimmy's Forest - Depictions - Netflix
The case has since been the subject of numerous fictional and non-fictional accounts.
Jimmy's Forest - References - Netflix