Be careful who you invite into your personal space! Netflix is about to drop a new docuseries that’ll make you think twice before posting an ad that you’re seeking a roommate.
The Worst Roommate Ever is the entertainment platform’s upcoming project that’ll premiere on March 1. Blumhouse produced this 5-part document series that features the aggravating stories of four “harmless” roommates who turned out to be conmen, psychopaths, serial killers, and hell unleashed on unsuspecting individuals.
See for yourself on the trailer video below that highlights K.C. Joy, Dorothea Puente, Youssef Khater and Jamison Bachman as the series’ perpetrators.
The 1980s notorious serial killer Dorothea Puente was convicted of murdering tenants who lived nearby her Sacramento home. She would drug the vulnerable at her boarding home, consisting of the homeless, physically handicapped and the elderly, then cash their checks, kill them and bury their bodies at 1462 F Street in Sacramento.
If that’s not enough, Puente denied the murders even after being convicted in 1993, all through until she died in 2011.
K.C. Joy is another human nightmare who was convicted in 2014 for the murder of roommate Maribel Ramos, an Army veteran over his failure to pay his rent share. The murder story was chronicled by Investigation Discovery’s ‘See No Evil: The Rent Check’.
Youssef Khater is a Danish extreme marathon runner who once buried his Texan lady roommate, Callie Quinn alive when they were living together in Santiago Chille. Luckily, she survived, but she was just one among many of the con’s heinous acts.
Finally, Jamison Bachman is a notorious serial squatter who drives the people who graciously take him in, out of their homes and into court. His story made the headline in February 2018’s New York Magazine as ‘Worst Roommate Ever.’
The quote “Be careful of the quiet ones,” said by one of the interviewees on the trailer, gives you the chills. The video features the stories of those involved in the scary incidences as well as recordings and reconstructions of the crime scenes.
Stay tuned for the series premiere on March 1 on Netflix.