The documentary sequence will focus across the surprising homicide of a British couple within the ’70s whereas they had been travelling by means of Central America.
Whereas Netflix has turn into synonymous with true crime documentaries due to its many choices within the sub-genre, Prime Video appears to be trying to enter the house with its new documentary sequence Lifeless within the Water.
From Uncooked TV, the manufacturing firm behind hit true crime docs The Tindler Swindler and Don’t F**okay with Cats, Lifeless within the Water is a three-part sequence specializing in the homicide of British couple Chris Farmer and Peta Frampton within the ’70s whereas they had been travelling by means of Central America and the following “lengthy hunt for a brutal killer that spans 4 a long time”.
Lifeless within the Water comes from the producers of Netflix hit The Tinder Swindler
The synopsis for the undertaking reads:
“The yr is 1978, a younger British couple embark on the journey of a lifetime by means of distant Central America. Chris Farmer and Peta Frampton set out on an exhilarating backpacking journey, the letters they write and the tapes they despatched house had been stuffed with tales of unique landscapes, cultural encounters, and the fun of the unknown. However their dream quickly turns right into a chilling nightmare when they’re brutally murdered and the path for his or her killer goes chilly.
“4 a long time later, failed by regulation enforcement, their household take up the manhunt and start the descent into an unknown world of on-line sleuthing and make a surprising discovery.
“That is the story of a niche yr gone terribly fallacious, and a story of two households on both aspect of the Atlantic, united by grief and sure by a typical function – the pursuit of a killer, even when it appeared untenable, a long time after his heinous crimes had been dedicated.”
Lifeless within the Water doesn’t have an actual launch date as of but however will probably be launched in Eire and the UK on Prime Video someday in 2024.