Gemma Hoskins From The Keepers Podcast Interview

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Episode 133 of Reality Life with Kate Casey features an interview with Gemma Hoskins from The Keepers on Netflix. 


The Keepers is a seven-episode web series directed by Ryan White on Netflix. The series explores the unsolved murder of 26-year-old nun Sister Cathy Cesnik, an English and drama teacher at Baltimore’s Archbishop Keough High School, and her former students’ belief that there was a cover-up by authorities after Cesnik suspected that a priest at the school, A. Joseph Maskell, was guilty of sexual abuse of students. Gemma Hoskins was a student of Cesnik when she went missing November 1969, and with the help of her classmate Abbie Schlub has dedicated her retirement to finding the identity of Cesnik’s killer.

Gemma, a key figure in the Netflix docuseries, helps narrates the events that took place at Keough High School in the 60s and 70s. She discusses in this interview how The Keepers changed her life, whether it brought new details about the murder to light, and its impact in the #MeToo era.

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1 Comment

  1. Kate

    November 6, 2018 at 3:12 pm

    Great episode, Kate! I loved it! Thanks!

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