Time to unwind. What true crime tv do I want to have anxiety to?
— Layidua (@PettyGuapa) March 27, 2018
WHY DOES THE NARRATOR ON FIRST 48 WHISPER? (I just felt the need to put that in caps to offset the whispering)
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) March 21, 2018
I feel like people who end up on Dateline for committing murder don't watch enough Dateline to plan their crimes accordingly.
— Northern Lights ? (@PinkCamoTO) August 3, 2017
Him: I love murder mysteries.
Me: *trying to impress him* I have been a suspect in four murder cases.
— Sardonic Tart ?? (@SardonicTart) February 20, 2018
I just gave a strange child a piece of candy on the train.
I asked the mom first and it was unopened.
I’m not a creep.
But as someone who is obsessed with true crime stories there’s a big part of me that wants to yell at the mom, the kid, and myself for letting this happen.
— Leanna Renee (@leannuh_renay) March 16, 2018
Like honestly sometimes self-care is staying home on a Saturday night and marathoning true crime shows about ladies who murder dudes.
— Jill Weinberger (@jillybobww) November 12, 2017
I listen to so many true crime podcasts I could either commit murder/solve a murder/start a podcast ??♀️
— love, sarah (@slickchrmprncss) March 27, 2018
I watch so many murder shows that I'm afraid to close my eyes in the shower
— Shayli? (@Shaylidarling) September 7, 2016
For someone with extreme anxiety I sure do love true crime shows
— clarinet Ⓥ (@fit_with_hips) March 26, 2018
I’ve watched so many true crime shows I’m ready to either commit or solve a murder. Undecided.
— Liv Nightmare (@livnightmare) March 11, 2018
I've seen enough episodes of Dateline to know never to stand near a cliff while letting Hubs take my picture.
— Lady Lawya (@Parkerlawyer) May 23, 2016