The Imposter is the kind of documentary that will leave you asking 'Why?' months, even years, after you've watched it. The jaw-dropping true story, which premiered in 10 years ago in 2012, has just been added to Netflix and everyone is talking about it.
It tells the true story of the disappearance of Texas teenager Nicholas Barclay and the French man who tried to take his place... and kind of succeeded. Yes, you read that right.
Nicholas was a blonde-haired, blue-eyed 13-year-old when he disappeared from a basketball court near his home in San Antonio, Texas, in 1994.
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Nicholas had been playing basketball with his friends while his mum slept after completing a night shift at work. When he called the house for a ride home, his older brother refused to help.
When the teenager disappeared that day, his family was worried but he had run away before and the police believed he had left on his own free will. Nicholas had a bit of a troubled past and he was facing time in juvenile detention for stealing from a convenience store.