Here we are, at the seventh and final episode of Ryan White’s stunning piece of true crime documentary television, “The Keepers.”
And as predicted, there’s no smoking gun presented. No secretly recorded confession. In a sense, we’re left with as many questions as we started with in the first episode.
Some of those questions are introduced along with an entirely new “character” in this seven-part tragedy. It’s a bold choice to start off the last installment with someone we’ve never even heard mentioned before, but in this context, it makes all the sense in the world.
Remember that when Jean says she first went to the Archdiocese in the 1990s with her allegations against...