What happened to Emmanuela Orlandi? theory explanation

Netflix is ​​ready to explore the tragic story of Emanuela Orlandi in a new series.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Vatican girl explores theories surrounding the disappearance of Emanuela Orlandi

Netflix is ​​preparing a new ‘Vatican Girl’. A four-part series directed by Mark Lewis, director of Don’t F*** With Cats.

Reportedly, the new series will explore various theories and rumors surrounding the disappearance of 15-year-old Emanuela Orlandi.

The series also includes interviews with Orlandi’s mother Maria, other family members, and several of her childhood friends.

It should be noted that the case has not yet been substantiated.

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What happened to Emmanuela Orlandi?

Emanuela Orlandi left her home in Vatican City, Italy to take flute lessons at a high school in Rome.

However, it is believed that she disappeared on the way home from school. Moreover, she was reported missing near the city’s Navonaon Square.

Orlandi also agreed to meet her sister and friends after flute lessons, but unfortunately she didn’t show up.

Vatican implicated in Emanuela Orlandi’s disappearance

The Netflix documentary Vatican Girl delves into a new conspiracy surrounding the disappearance of Emanuela Orlandi.

Orlandi’s younger brother Pietro Orlandi later claimed that the Vatican’s elite group knew the truth about her sister’s disappearance and what happened to her.

Also, Father Gabriele Amos, 85-year-old Vatican priest and exorcist chief priest, commented on the new theory in an interview with The Huffington Post in May 2011.

He said Orlandi was kidnapped by the Vatican police to be used as a sex slave at a party.

Moreover, he said she was eventually murdered, and several officials at the foreign embassy also reported involvement in Orlandi’s disappearance.

Meanwhile, Orlandi’s childhood friend, who refused to reveal her identity, revealed that “someone close to the Pope” molested Orlandi weeks before Orlandi disappeared.

Few claim that she was used as a negotiating chip to release Mehmet Ali Agca.

Investigators also believed that Orlandi may have been kidnapped by a member of the Banda della Magliana or Magliana Band. They say that when her Vatican-linked bank, Banco Ambrosiano, went bankrupt, her various criminal groups traded her to get her money back.


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