The killing confessions of Jeffrey Dahmer are featured in a new Netflix documentary.

Are you running out of cannibals? Netflix is getting another movie with Jeffrey Dahmer as the main character.

“Dialogues with a Killer:The director Joe Berlinger made a three-part documentary about the cannibal and serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.Episodes of the show have previously focused on John Wayne Gacy and Ted Bundy, two other notorious killers.

According to Netflix, “The Jeffrey Dahmer Tapes,” which will be available to stream on October 7, examines how Dahmer was able to “prey upon Milwaukee’s marginalized communities” and features “newly unearthed recorded interviews” with his legal team.

Between 1978 and 1991, Dahmer murdered and dismembered 17 boys and men in the Milwaukee area, many of whom were gay or people of color.

The docuseries trailer that was released on Friday includes snippets of chilling tape-recorded confessions from Dahmer.

“What triggered it all? I wish I could give you a straightforward answer on that,” he said of his itch to murder innocent people.
“I just wanted to keep him. That’s the best way to describe it,” Dahmer admitted about one of his victims.

“I had a drill at home and, uh… This is gonna sound bad…,” he told his legal team about the methods he would use to kill.

“I started falling away. I gave up trying to resist,” Dahmer said on falling into his sick temptations. “It was my own private little world and I had complete control.”

Monster, directed by Ryan Murphy, is the movie “The True Story of the Jeffrey Dahmer Murders,” for which Evan Peters was cast as the aviator-wielding killer, is currently number one.1 on the Netflix list of the most watched.

The LQBTQ community and the families of Dahmer’s victims have voiced their disapproval of the creepy series.

The apartment building where Dahmer committed most of his crimes was later demolished.

According to the Independent, the based-on-a-true story series took “artistic license” with many of the actual events, according to former crime reporter Anne E. Schwartz, who broke the story about Dahmer’s killings in 1991.

“When viewers of Ryan Murphy’s Netflix series declare, “Oh my God, this is terrible.”Schwartz stated, “I want to tell them that it didn’t necessarily turn out that way.”

She also said that, despite the fact that Dahmer’s story continues to captivate the world, the city of Wisconsin views it as “a horrible blemish on the city” that the community does not want to consider.

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