Maniacs Among Us: Why Do They Start Killing?


23 Sep 2022 22:35 GMT

The entertainment platform recently premiered a series based on Dahmer, the ‘Milwaukee cannibal’, who killed 17 people between 1978 and 1991.

A relative of one of the victims of American serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer has spoken out against a new Netflix series, claiming that it “retraumatizes” his family. The series, which premiered this Thursday, is titled ‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ (Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story).

Specifically, it references a scene in which Rita Isbell, older sister of 19-year-old victim Errol Lindsey, can be seen losing her composure and screaming in pain at Dahmer’s trial. The scenario became viral on the Internet after an Internet user uploaded a video comparing the real images with the recreation of Netflix.

“I won’t tell anyone what this has to do with. I know true crime shows are very successful right now. But if you’re really curious about the victims, my family (the Isbells) we are pissed off with the series. It means retraumatizing over and over and over again. And for what? How many more movies, series and documentaries do we need?” He expressed in Twitter Eric, who identified himself as Isbell’s cousin.

“I mean, recreating my cousin having an emotional breakdown at trial in front of the man who tortured and killed her brother is WILD,” she added.

Dahmer, nicknamed ‘the Milwaukee cannibal’, killed between 1978 and 1991 17 people who were victims of torture, violence, cannibalism and necrophilia. One of them, Errol Lindsey, was strangled to death after a supposed experiment by the killer to keep him in a zombie-like state by drilling into his head and pouring hydrochloric acid backfired.

Source: Actualidad

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