While keeping a folder of your personal information like birth certificate, social security card, and passwords is encouraged - keeping a folder of your hair samples and fingerprints in case you're suddenly kidnapped is not.
True crime has become one of the most popular genres of podcasts, TV shows, movies, books, and more.
But some believe true crime lovers have taken it too far as one keepsake organization company is promoting an "in case I go missing folder."
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With over 4 million views, many people deemed Savor's "if I go missing" binder, unhealthy.
"The true crime genre and its consequences," a person commented on the video.
"Let me guess… you really like true crime podcasts," another commenter said.
"True crime fans have gone too far," a person wrote.
One TikToker who says they have a degree in criminology and forensic science said being obsessed with true crime to the point of preparing for your own kidnapping or murder is "insane and bad for your mental health."