Movies made based on real events on Netflix shocked the audience. Some people wrote that they fell ill after watching them.
The movie “Trust Me: The Kidnapping of Lisa McVeigh” tells the story of a girl in Florida who was kidnapped by a serial killer when she was riding a bicycle home from get off work. Lisa, then 17, was kidnapped by serial killer and rapist Bobby Joe Long and held for 26 hours. Lisa managed to convince him to let her go, so she was still the only survivor of the victim, but after her release, she faced another problem: almost no one believed her.
Although this movie has been filming as early as 2018, it has just recently appeared on Netflix and immediately became a topic of social media and attracted people’s attention.
Judging from the comments, Lisa’s story touched many people.
“I’m trying to watch “Trust Me: The Kidnapping of Lisa McVeigh” on Netflix, but I’m tired of it. God, this is too bad.”
“I just watched “Trust Me” on Netflix, and the whole movie was crying. Because it was based on a real story, it was particularly scary and sad.”
“I fell ill while watching “Trust Me” and kept shaking.”
By the way, Lang killed at least 10 women in Florida in eight months. He was convicted of eight murders and kidnapping Lisa McVey, and sentenced to death. He was executed in 2019.
Lisa has become a police officer who specializes in dealing with sex crimes and is committed to protecting children. Although she was only 17 years old at the time, Long was caught because of her composure and help.
“I remember praying to God not to kill me. He raped me many times, and I don’t count anymore,” she told Fox 13 earlier.
She assured him that she would become his girlfriend, tried to persuade him to let her go, and told him that he had to go home because he had a sick father to take care of.
“I told him that we weren’t happy meeting, but I can still be his girlfriend, no one needs to know,” she recalled.
She also tried to leave her fingerprints in Long’s bathroom, but she also remembered the details of his apartment and his appearance, even though she was wearing a blindfold.