Confessions of a Serial Killer: Jeffrey Dahmer

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In February 1994, Stone Phillips met NBC serial murderer Jeffrey Dahmer in his only television interview. He went to prison with Jeffrey Dahmer’s father, Lionel, and his stepmother, Shari.

A Midwestern innocent child and a teenager retracted and curious, Jeffrey Dahmer lived a terrible double in adulthood, eventually becoming known as one of the most notorious mass murderers and the grotesque in the United States.

Dahmer killed 17 young men, and even turned to cannibalism. Through an exclusive interview with Dahmer, as well as his mother and father, this extended program provides a look inside the mind of a serial murderer

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