I’m surprised the Buried docuseries doesn’t get more play.

It’s a wild story about how a woman remembers a murder — from 20 years ago.

And the murderer is her father.

The big question: “Will Dad go down for the murder based on repressed memory evidence?

Thx to Trisha Taurinskas at Grand Forks Herald and Lorraine Ali of the L.A. Times for first pointing it out.

Trailer for “Buried”

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  • My Rating: 95/100
  • IMDB Rating: 7.1/10
  • Rotten Tomatoes Ratings: 83/100 (Users); na/100 (Critics)

Review of “Buried”

“Buried” starts in Foster City, California (the heart of Silicon Valley).

Susan, a young girl, goes missing there. Her body is found off Highway 92, brutalized.

Fast forward two decades, and things get crazy. Eileen Franklin, Susan’s childhood friend, drops a bombshell.

She claims she saw her dad, George, kill Susan. Eileen knows details only the cops knew.

Investigators search George’s house and find disturbing stuff. We’re talking animal porn and child exploitation material. When accused of murder, George slips up, mentioning another daughter.

But here’s the thing: Eileen’s got a past. Prostitution, drugs, the whole nine yards. And her story? It could’ve been pieced together from newspapers.

Eileen says George abused her, and her brother backs it up. But her memory seems shaky at times.

Like mixing up a Black man and a white guy. The defense jumps all over that inconsistency.

George’s ex also tells cops he confessed to incest.

The jury doesn’t take long to decide. George gets life, and people start wondering.

Did he kill others too? Eileen plays coy at first, but later suggests he did.

She even helps investigate the Gypsy Hill Murders.

But post-trial, Eileen’s mom changes her tune. Says she doesn’t think George did it.

Eileen writes a book about it all.

And get this: George’s conviction gets overturned.

DNA clears him of another murder too. He walks free, and they find the real Gypsy Hill killer.

It’s a mind-bending story. “Buried” keeps you guessing until the very end.

Thanks for reading!

Rob Kelly, Chief Maniac, Daily Doc