It may have been excessive, but at least nothing was left out.
Several TikTok viewers were alarmed after a woman unveiled her “just in case I go missing” binder, which had hair, fingerprints, and various other forms of DNA in the event of a potential crime.
Since it was posted a week ago, the first episode of her seven-part video series has garnered approximately 7,5 million views, and many viewers are surprised she went to such lengths.
The caption reads, “Tell me you’re listening to a little too much crime junkies without informing me.”
In one of the films, the woman cuts off a section of her hair and adds it as DNA evidence to the binder. In other segments, she adds handwriting samples, family contacts, and even a list of her exes.
“This may be excessive, but I added clean fingerprints in case they need to match latent prints,” the woman replied.
The “junkie” of true crime also included her medical documents as “forensic evidence” and to alert her loved ones of her medical needs.
“Someone needs to turn off the television,” quipped a third individual.
“If you need assistance, Gurll is anyone after you blink and twist,” a third person stated.
Other readers pointed out that simply possessing a strand of hair would not aid investigators because testing requires the hair’s root.
Some individuals pointed out that if the binder was lost, her identity may be taken.
“Imagine if someone were to break into your home and discover that. “They could steal your identity,” a commenter stated.