Netflix's true crime series Sins of our Mother is seriously insane 2 months ago

Netflix's true crime series Sins of our Mother is seriously insane

Insane stuff.

Netflix has dropped its latest true crime documentary and it's already driving people insane as it hits the streaming service's top trending shows.

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The three part true crime show Sins of our Mother follows Lori Vallow, who had always been seen as a devoted mother of three, a loving wife, and a woman of God.

As she awaits trial, she has been accused of conspiracy to commit murder and first-degree murder of her fourth husband, her fifth husband’s wife, and her two youngest children.

The official Netflix synopsis reads: “Now Lori is in jail, waiting to stand trial for conspiracy to commit murder and first-degree murder in connection with the deaths of her fourth husband, her fifth husband’s wife, and her two youngest children.

“For the first time, Lori’s surviving son Colby steps forward to provide exclusive insight into his family’s backstory as well as their present-tense narrative as Lori faces justice.

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“At the heart of this three-part series is a single burning question: how did a seemingly normal woman become the most notorious mother in America?”

After it dropped last week, the people of Twitter have taken to the social media platform to share their thoughts.

One person said: "Everytime I think I’ve seen the craziest FLDS documentary I get shocked by an even crazier one. Sins of our mother is absolutely insane."

Another said: "“Sins of our Mother” on Netflix was weird,sad and crazy, but what stood out to me the most, is how easily YT ppl could get away with murder. So much grace was given."

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A third added: "the end of that netflix series sins of our mother tore me the f*ck up. proceed with caution."

While a fourth wrote: "Sins of our Mother is a perfect example of why super religious people give me the heebs. This sh*t is insanity."

And Chrissy Teigen said: "wow the Lori Vallow doc, Sins of our Mother, on Netflix. Very well done. I remember following it live but I never knew the extent of it. so terrible."