When it comes to true crime documentaries, many Netflix users love to binge-watch. Over the years we've heard stories about false confessions, the horrible crimes of Ted Bundy, and the mysterious disappearance of Madeleine McCann, just to name a few. As of late, a new docu-series has taken the world by storm and it's called The Confession Killer on Netflix Canada.\nSome of the most well-known serial killers include the likes of Jeffrey Dahmer, John Wayne Gacy, and Jack the Ripper, but there are tons of others who haven't had the same kind of fame as the most notorious ones.\nOne serial killer in particularly that you may not know about goes by the name of Henry Lee Lucas. Back in the 80s, Lucas was somewhat of a star, after having confessed to murdering over 600 people.\nIn The Confession Killer, we see Lucas' fifteen minutes of fame and multiple confessions play out. At least 200 of the murders he confessed to were attributed to the odd-looking wanderer, which earned him the title of America's most prolific serial killer.\nAs the five-part docu-series goes on though, we begin to see that Lucas may be more of a pathological liar than a serial killer, and it turns out that many of his confessions were outright lies that caused incomplete or botched cases to be closed.\nView this post on Instagram I’m so excited that this comes out today!! For years I’ve heard the rumors and theory’s that Henry lee Lucas didn’t commit all the murders to confessed to. I can’t wait to see the actual case they put behind it #theconfessionkiller #henryleelucas #didhedoit #truecrime #truecrimeaddict #truecrimecommunity #truecrimejunkie #findthetruth #netflixandchill #netflixtruecrime #netflix #netflixdocumentary #serialkiller #serialkillers #searchforthetruth A post shared by Raven (@evil_raven_rose) on Dec 6, 2019 at 5:12am PST\nLucas died of natural causes in prison back in 2001, but many family members of his alleged victims are still alive and hoping for a chance to reopen their cases and find the true killers.\nThe Confession Killer was only released on Netflix this morning, but people are already loving the docu-series.\nscarier than a horror movie? Netflix's limited series. Must watch "The Confession Killer"— Clifford Politano™ (@a_c929) December 5, 2019\nthe confession killer is out on netflix! henry lee lucas is one of the serial killers I don’t read much about so this is exciting to me considering he’s one of the deadliest— may queen (@syanarchy) December 6, 2019\n"The confession killer is out on Netflix! Henry Lee Lucas is one of the serial killers I don’t read much about so this is exciting to me considering he’s one of the deadliest," one person tweeted.\n"scarier than a horror movie? Netflix's limited series. Must watch 'The Confession Killer'," added another.\nif you fw serial killer documentaries, The Confession Killer is out on Netflix 😊— thats some gay shit (@MunyaziMyra) December 6, 2019\nIf you're a big true crime fan, you'll be happy to know that more content from the genre is coming to Netflix later this month — Don't F*ck With Cats: Hunting An Internet Killer will be available on December 18.\nYou can check out the haunting trailer for The Confession Killer below.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.