‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story': Cannibal serial killer described what human flesh tasted like
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MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN: Cannibal serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer who had killed at least 17 people and eaten their body parts answered the gruesome question, "how human flesh tastes like?" Thanks to the upcoming Netflix series ‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story', this and many other chilling details will be revealed. The Milwaukee killer had turned to eating human flesh just after completing his graduation at the age of 18, in 1978.
Dahmer during the investigation had told to an FBI agent that it tasted like nothing but filet mignon. In a 1991 investigation, it was found that Dahmer had been fantasizing to carry out the heinous act for many years and developed an appetite for consuming human flesh.
The series, which is divided into a 10-part limited show, will spill the beans on how meticulously Dahmer used to cut his victims' bodies and cooked their flesh. In a disturbing revelation, Dahmer had admitted that he had so much human flesh to eat, he had even shared it with others. Pamela Bass, a former neighbor of the killer said that she may have eaten human meat given by Dahmer. “I have probably eaten someone's body part," she admitted, as she had been offered a sandwich prepared by Dahmer before his arrest.
Actor Evan Peters plays the lead character in ‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’, who will surely bring his antics to the table. He had appeared in 'American Horror Story' and is set to depict Dahmer’s crimes between 1978 and 1991. “The series will be ‘largely told from the point of view of Dahmer's victims', who were subject to not only cannibalism but necrophilia,” reported Deadline.
Dahmer was finally arrested after escaping narrowly on at least ten instances in 1991. He had offered to pay three boys $100 each for posing nude in front of the camera at his apartment. However, things didn’t go according to plan and one of the boys was able to escape and alarm the authorities. Dahmer was given life term in 1992 but was beaten to death by an inmate in 1994.
‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ is directed by Ryan Murphy, the man who co-created ‘American Horror Story’ series.