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The cameo in Dahmer was a highlight of the series for many – and now fans are researching the real-life horror of John Wyne Gacy …

“That scene was creepy af, kinda stole the show. I actually thought it was put in there purposely as a teaser for the next serial killer series the producers were working on,” wrote one person.

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“I think they will the last one I watched of him was awful, although just reading about his murders was difficult to stomach. Pure evil that bloke not one shred of humanity, I feel like Jeffrey at least knew he was sick. Gacy is horrifying!” added another.

Keep scrolling to find out more…

Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story is the new Netflix original series that everyone seems to be talking about.

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It’s pretty straightforward as to what the series is about…

The story is about one of the world’s most notorious serial killers, called Jeffrey Dahmer, and is told from the perspective of his victims.

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In the series, Dahmer is played by actor Evan Peters. It is a 10-part series exploring the serial killer’s brutal wrongdoings of murder, cannibalism, and alcoholism.

Many viewers have praised Evan Peters for his amazing portrayal of Dahmer.

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So much so, that people have found it “creepy as hell,” and others have called it “bone-chilling.”

While people find Evan Peters’ portrayal of Dahmer creepy…

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Some have become wary of glamorizing the serial killer because of Peters’ portrayal.

One user took to social media and said: “Dahmer is out, let’s not romanticize Jeffrey Dahmer just because he is played by Evan Peters. Remember the victims.”

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Another added: “It’s okay to praise Evan Peters for his performance, he is a brilliant actor. But do not romanticize him in the role as Jeffrey Dahmer.”

Now following the series’ release on September 21, many have called it one of the scariest shows ever! 

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Alberto Carlos for Espinof said: “A remarkable example of true crime that is as forceful as it is truly absorbing and disturbing in its merciless portrayal of the killer.”

While Ed Power from the Daily Telegraph called it, “A competent and earnest character study that goes out of its way to make the viewer’s insides lurch, their skin crawl.” 

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Many want to know more about what Evan Peters went through to get into the mind of his character…

In a recent interview about his role in the series, Peters said he knew before filming that it would be one of the “hardest things” he’d have to do in his life.

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He even spoke about the depth of his character’s mentality and how scared he was to do all the things which in real life Dahmer actually did…

“Honestly, I was very scared about all of the things that he did, and diving into that and trying to commit to that was absolutely going to be one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do in my life, because I wanted it to be very authentic, but in order to do that, I was going to have to go to really dark places and stay there for an extended period of time,” he said.

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Peters also said it was everyone else on set that helped him play the killer.

“So, we had one rule going into this from Ryan that it would never be told from Dahmer’s point of view.

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“As an audience, you’re not really sympathizing with him, you’re not really getting into his plight, you’re sort of watching it from the outside. It’s called The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, but it’s not just him and his backstory. It’s the repercussions. It’s how society and our system failed to stop him multiple times, because of racism, homophobia… it’s just a tragic story,” Peters said.

“Everybody gets their side of the story told,” he added.

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Although the actor seemed to get fully into the shoes of his character, previous reports did suggest that the Netflix series will have scenes of Dahmer’s neighbor, Glenda, suspecting him of being a psychopath.

However, this was proved to be false…

As she was never listened to by the authorities, which extended Dahmer’s years of getting away with murder.

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According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Glenda didn’t live near Dahmer…

Rather she lived in a separate building from him.

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Glenda died back in 2010…

But her daughter reported that her mother lived down the road from Dahmer.

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One incident that occurred in Dahmer’s apartment was the death of Konerak Sinthasomphone.

Glenda called the authorities after her daughter spotted a person running out of Dahmer’s apartment naked and drenched in blood.

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When 2 police officers arrived, Dahmer was able to trick the police officers and said that the teenager was his adult lover and they believed him.

The cops then allowed Sinthasomphone to go back inside with Dahmer.

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Glenda called the police yet again and urged them to do something…

But the police denied her claims.

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Sadly, Sinthasomphone became the thirteenth victim of Dahmer.

Ten months into Dahmer’s prison sentence, his father Lionel Dahmer wrote a letter to Judge William Gardner in 1990 pleading for some sort of help or intervention before his son was released.

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“I have reservations regarding Jeff’s chances when he hits the streets. I have experienced an extremely frustrating time trying to urge initiation of some type of treatment,” Lionel said.

“I sincerely hope that you might intervene in some way to help my son, who I love very much and for whom I want a better life. I do feel, though, that this may be our last chance to initiate something lasting and that you can hold the key.”

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But that’s not all…

The 86-year-old told GistFeed’s Larry King Live back in 2020 that he missed an early sign of deviant behavior in his son

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According to reports, Lionel said Dahmer would ride around rural roads to collect dead animals when he was between twelve-forteen-years-old.

It was here Lionel offered advice to other parents.

“I really want to tell parents about what I think they should look for in rearing their children,” he began.

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“One of the things I’d like to tell parents is don’t disregard shyness. Talk deeply and intensely.”

Lionel also spoke to Oprah Winfrey back in 1994, just before Dahmer was killed.

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He discussed how his relationship with his son changed after his incarceration.

According to reports, Lionel said their relationship grew closer and he would often visit Dahmer once a month…

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And would even speak to him on the phone at least once a week.

Even so, Dahmer’s mother told The Washington Post, that her son “always said that, if he could be of any help, he wanted to do whatever he could,” which inspired her to want to donate his brain after his remains were cremated. 

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Reportedly, she believed that it would be helpful to see if there were any biological factors that may have played a role in the heinous killings Dahmer committed.

Although this series seems to be a sad one, one thing is for sure…

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It has smashed Netflix records to become one of the biggest ever opening weeks for a new show being watched for 196.2 million hours, according to The Independent.

However, not everyone has been impressed by the series…

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As the family of one of Dahmer’s victims has opened up about it…

According to UNILAD, they said they weren’t informed that a series about a man who scarred their family for life was being made.

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Rashad Robinson, the president of nonprofit civil rights advocacy organization Color of Change, told Tudum that the series tried to offer a way to “understand and see the humanity of those who were murdered by Jeffrey Dahmer.”

However, Rita Isbell, a sister of one of Dahmer’s victims said she didn’t know anything about this and didn’t have a say.

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Isbell’s brother, Errol Lindsey, lost his life to Dahmer.

According to Insider, Isbell said she was “never contacted about the show.”

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“I feel like Netflix should’ve asked if we mind or how we felt about making it,” she said.

“They didn’t ask me anything. They just did it. 

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“But I’m not money hungry, and that’s what this show is about, Netflix trying to get paid,” she added.

Another of Lindsey’s relatives, Eric Perry, has also spoken out about the show.

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He shared a post on Twitter that included a clip of the new series and described it as “retraumatizing.”

“I’m not telling anyone what to watch, I know true crime media is huge rn, but if you’re actually curious about the victims, my family (the Isbell’s) are p*ssed about this show. It’s retraumatizing over and over again, and for what? How many movies/shows/documentaries do we need?” he wrote.

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Perry then went on to shame Netflix, talking about the utter failure of reaching out to the family prior to making the series.

According to Perry, he only found out about it when everyone else did.

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“It’s all public record, so they don’t have to notify (or pay!) anyone. My family found out when everyone else did. So when they say they’re doing this ‘with respect to the victims’ or ‘honoring the dignity of the families’, no one contacts them.

“My cousins wake up every few months at this point with a bunch of calls and messages and they know there’s another Dahmer show. It’s cruel,” Perry wrote.

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And now fans of the show have called for something unexpected…

Actor Dominic Burgess’ role as fellow serial killer John Wayne Gacy has been a huge success in the series.

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Gacy features in the tenth and final episode titled God of Forgiveness, God of Vengeance.

The episode shows similarities between Gacy and Dahmer, who both brutally killed young men over a number of years.

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Viewers were so blown away by his portrayal of Gacy that they have called for him to play a serial killer in his own spin-off series.

“@netflix let’s get Ryan Murphy and Dominic Burgess in the building for a ‘Gacy’ series. Formatted the same way as the #DahmerMonsterTheJeffreyDahmerStory series! Please,” one fan wrote.

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And it seems as though Burgess is up for the challenge as he tweeted some eyeball emojis at the series creator, Ryan Murphy.

Burgess’s incredible portrayal has had some fans doing their research into Gacy and his horrifying crimes!

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The Killer Clown murdered young boys and stored their bodies in the crawl space under his house over many years …

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And his infamous final words?
“Kiss my ass.”

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