Monster on Netflix: Did Jeffrey Dahmer really feed his neighbors human meat?

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Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, which recently debuted on Netflix, may be what you’re looking for if you’re seeking for a dark drama based on actual events. The infamous serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer is portrayed in the 10-episode limited series by American Horror Story alum Evan Peters. Although Dahmer has been featured in television shows and motion pictures before, this new programme aims to highlight the victims and their loved ones rather than celebrate the convicted murderer.

We’ll have to determine for ourselves whether or not that is the case now that Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer is available.

In the trailer, we see a moment where Dahmer gives his neighbour, Glenda Cleveland, a lunch (Niecy Nash). Was it true that the serial murderer attempted to serve his Wisconsin apartment’s neighbours meat, possibly human meat? We do know that the killer had a relationship with several of his neighbours.

Did Jeffrey Dahmer serve human meat to his neighbours?
It appears that Dahmer did indeed feed his neighbours sandwiches, whether they were made of human meat or not, and that many of the events shown in Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story are fairly realistic and true to what actually transpired.

This is substantiated in the documentary The Jeffrey Dahmer Files, according to BuzzFeed, where one of Dahmer’s neighbours, Pamela Bass, expressed concern that one of the meals the serial killer gave her may have contained human meat. That is rather unsettling. Bass acknowledged, “I’ve probably eaten someone’s body part.

If you’re not aware with the true story, Dahmer murdered 17 young men in Wisconsin and Ohio between the years 1978 and 1991. Dahmer engaged in necrophilia and cannibalism during his killings, and he even kept some of his victims’ bones in his house. When he was apprehended in 1991, a collection of skulls and human heads were found in his freezer and refrigerator.

If you’re curious to see Peters’ portrayal of the infamous murderer, you can watch all 10 episodes of Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story right now on Netflix. And check out the trailer below:


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