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The True Crime Doc 'Who Killed Little Gregory?' Paints a Disturbing Picture of Revenge and Greed


Your next true crime obsession has arrived on Netflix. The five-part series Who Killed Little Gregory? examines the 1984 murder of 4-year-old Gregory Villemin, which remains unsolved. 

Given the many twists and turns this investigation has taken over the years — including a second murder — it’s not surprising that the case continues to capture the public’s attention. Here’s what you should know about the horrific event before deciding to binge-watch the docuseries. 

Who Killed Little Gregory? on Netflix is equal parts disturbing and fascinating.

On Oct. 16, 1984, Gregory was found dead in the Vologne River near Docelles, France. His hands and feet were bound with rope and a woolen hat had been pulled down over his face. The little boy’s mother, Christine Villemin, told police that her son was playing in the front yard of their home when he vanished.