Jeffrey Dahmer, did you really take pictures of your victims?

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etradefactory.com“Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” has become one of the most viewed series of the year on Netflix, ranking among the most viewed on the platform since its premiere on September 21 and promoting similar productions that are also included in the streaming service. Starring Evan Peters, an actor who has had experience thanks to productions such as “American Horror History”, the Netflix series has gained great popularity thanks to the exact collection of moments and attacks carried out by the “Milwaukee Butcher”, the infamous sexual aggressor and murderer of 17 people.

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[catlist id=100371 numberposts=5] Due to the success of the series, many stories related to Jeffrey Dahmer have come to light, such as what was the relationship he had with his neighbors in the apartment building, the true reaction of the relatives of the victims, among others. THE PHOTOS OF JEFFREY DAHMER’S VICTIMS Like most productions based on real events, Ryan Murphy takes some creative licenses when depicting how he selected victims, methods of torture and other cruel activities of the killer, so the need to portray his victims in photographs has been widely debated. In fact, one of the people who has most questioned the veracity of the elements shown in the miniseries is Anne E. Schwartz, a former police reporter who worked for a local newspaper in Milwaukee and covered several key moments of the discovery. “When people watch Ryan Murphy’s Netflix series and say, ‘Oh my God, this is terrible. I want to tell you that it didn’t necessarily happen that way,” the journalist commented. According to the Netflix series, Dahmer used to take pictures with a Polaroid of the murder of his victims in order to observe them and relive the satisfaction he felt at the time. However, these images also saved him on one occasion. In the second episode, the protagonist drugs and subdues 14-year-old Konerak Sinthasomphone, then places him in suggestive positions to take several photos of him. When the young man escapes and alerts the police, Dahmer shows them the images, assuring them that they were a couple, so the officers leave the scene. An hour later, the teenager was killed. However, this would not be the only time that the images would play a key role in the Dahmer case, as they would also cause the murderer to fall, as seen in the first episode of the series, when the police responded to a complaint of Tracy Edwards, one of his victims, and found the Polaroid with photographs. In the snapshots, which showed situations that occurred in the apartment, the agents identified photos of the living victims, their corpses, dismembered parts and even scenes of necrophilia. Supported by these images, the authorities launched an in-depth investigation, finding remains of the bodies of Dahmer’s victims scattered around his apartment, including four severed heads, seven skulls, two hearts and several other organs in the kitchen and the bedroom. That is how the images obtained by the Polaroid triggered the fall of Jeffrey Dahmer, sentenced to 15 life terms, thus ending a carnage that could have lasted many more years.
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