A lot of people today seem to be obsessed with crime stories, and to be honest, we don't really blame them! There's something so enticing about understanding how a criminal's brain works, and how exactly their crimes came to fruition.\nNetflix just recently released a new documentary called 'Evil Genius', and it tells the story of what just may be the most f*cked up, confusing bank robbery in American history.\n@tommygodloveembedded via\nAs you watch the documentary, you'll see that the story starts with a pizza delivery man being taken hostage, having a bomb strapped around his neck, and being forced to rob a bank. We don't want to spoil too much, but I'm sure you can already tell it becomes a pretty messed up situation.\nWe're not the only ones who see the hype surrounding this documentary. Fans have taken to Twitter to share just how captivated, interested, and totally mindf*cked that they are after watching:\nMe after watching #EvilGenius on Netflix pic.twitter.com/2OFpUTxFCX— Check My Pinned Tweet (@INKdaRapper) May 12, 2018\nThis "Evil Genius" shit on Netflix is one of the weirdest, most fucked up tales of all time. #whatthefuckinfuck— Andy Green (@AndyGreenradio) May 12, 2018\nThis documentary was so good. If you want to see the intersection of poor care for the mentally ill, poor communication between local law enforcement and the FBI, and a pure criminal... Watch #EvilGenius on Netflix.— 💜Estrella☔️ (@FatalEstrella) May 12, 2018\nEven Twitter Queen, Chrissy Teigen, had to weigh in on the crazy show:\nI highly suggest you all watch the 4-part doc "Evil Genius" on Netflix. Can also find by searching "WHAT WAS THEIR END GAME HERE"— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) May 14, 2018\nIf you're brave enough to try watching, you can find the documentary here.\nThis was originally written for Narcity Quebec by Naomi Lavoie.