Jeffrey Dahmer killed 17 men and boys, and his victimology was very new at that time. First, he used to take his victims into his apartment. He then performed sexual activities after drugging them. Later, he would cut them into pieces and eat some of their body parts as well. After getting arrested, he had no regrets. In fact, he initiated into the Christian faith thinking he'd never be given a death sentence. However, a fellow prisoner killed him in the cell in 1994.
Unfortunately, there are a lot of unpleasant true stories that we learn about, and serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer is one of them. On Wednesday, September 21, Netflix debuted its newest series, Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan serve as co-creators and executive producers, alongside Alexis Martin Woodall, Eric Kovtun, Evan Peters, Janet Mock, and Carl Franklin.
Despite being one of the most well-known serial killers, Jeffrey Dahmer's narrative probably isn't well-known to many people. Just letting you know that it's an extremely brutal one. Before coming to Ohio as a child, Dahmer lived in Wisconsin as a child. He asserted that despite his parents' contentious divorce and his mother's melancholy, he did not experience abuse as a child. Dahmer came to terms with his sexual orientation as a youngster and began to have fantasies about dominating and controlling other guys.
Dahmer committed his first murder soon after receiving his high school degree. Steven Hicks, a hitchhiker in who Dahmer acquired a sexual interest, was the victim. Dahmer killed Hicks to prevent him from leaving after it became clear that he didn't share the same attraction. Similarly, he later killed 16 other men and boys before getting arrested in 1991. With this, many people have been curious to know about his victimology. Well, let's get started.
Previously, we touched on Pamela Bass, Konerak Sinthasomphone’s parents, and Jeffrey Dahmer's Asian victim. Likewise, know what the police saw in the Polaroids in his apartment.
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Talking about his victimology, Jeffrey Dahmer murdered his first victim after he denied having s*x with him. Later, he used to visit gay clubs and convince them to come to his apartment for a photoshoot calling himself a professional photographer. In one case, he even lured a 14-year-old Asian boy into his apartment saying he'd give him $100. In total, he killed 17 boys and men, most of who were Black people.
According to the psychiatrist, Jeffrey was a healthy, strong, and conscious guy who only exhibited exterior symptoms. In interviews, he had frequently described his external appearance as such. However, there have been discussions about his having a variety of diseases, from borderline to schizophrenia, without coming to any definitive conclusions. However, Dahmer said that his obsession led to a drive rather than a voice he ever heard in his brain.
But since OCD doesn't make people awful, it can't really be referred to as OCD. Although Jeffrey Dahmer never mentioned having intrusive thoughts, it's possible that something inside of him was causing him to make this tragic decision. Although Jeffrey is difficult to describe due to his false charm and deceptive manner, psychosis is likely to be to blame for his lack of consciousness and self-isolation.
In fact, he became same paranoid and unstable by refusing to let any of his victims leave him and by keeping their existence a secret, which accelerates his urge more quickly. Many psychoanalysts have defined Dahmer as having paranoid schizophrenia as a result of the diagnosis. However, none have clinical records. Numerous instances of necrophilia can be seen throughout his wrongdoing. In one case, the man even dug a grave to spend the night in with the deceased after reading about the death of a beautiful person in the newspaper.
By the summer of 1991, Jeffrey Dahmer had started to murder one victim approximately every week. He developed a fascination with the notion that he might transform his victims into zombies, who would then serve as young, obedient sexual partners. He used a variety of methods, including cutting holes in their skulls and pumping boiling water or hydrochloric acid into their brains. He continued doing it until Tracy Edwards was able to escape his trap and went to the police.
The events following his arrest, nevertheless, seem to have been justified on purpose in the series. The majority of Dahmer's victims were black people, which is understandable given that he started torturing other black people in jail after reading letters from fans that made him feel even more terrible. The actual cause is that black people have always been murdered and subjected to torture.
As a result, Jeffrey Dahmer was repeatedly protected from the prying eyes of racist laws by his victim target. Finally, as soon as Dahmer learned that serial killer John Gacy had been executed, he demanded to be initiated into the Christian faith. The fact that he approached God's door out of dread of dying makes it more obvious that he never wanted to die.
Additionally, Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story is now available on Netflix.