Inside the Mind of Jeffrey Dahmer: The Cannibal Killer

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Inside the Mind of Jeffrey Dahmer: The Cannibal Killer

Inside the Mind of Jeffrey Dahmer: The Cannibal Killer

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I did think that it was interesting to compare killers to try and understand why they did what they did, he immediately ruined this by waffling on after the point about information that does not matter.Overall, if you've never read anything about Dahmer and enjoy true crime, definitely start with this author! A lot of women read true crime, to learn what red flags in the behaviour of a man or woman to look out for, pay attention to especially when something feels off about them, something doesn't seem right, or their behaviour, attitude, demeanor doesn't match up with what they say, it's a red flag! He is similar to Dennis Nilsen he was also a necrophile, that murdered men due to being extremely lonely. I feel that this was a lie to try and cover for the fact that Lionel didn't actually try to help Jeff.

While those who suffered unmeasurable pain, anguish and the loss of their lives are only remembered by their loved ones. The pictures of the brain are interesting and the impact of his drug addicted mother also contributed to his flat mood and inability to relate to people. The fact that his father had the intention to start fires, hurt people that hurt/bullied him says a lot about inherited genes, behaviour, nature versus nurture. Admittedly I have never read this kind of book before so I did not really know what to expect and (currently) have no other true crime book to compare it to. There is a lot of judgement and subjectivity in this account with Dahmer’s mother the target of much of this.

Fixed it for you, ye offspring of a neurologist: In its [no apostrophe], [comma] it was appalling [spelling corrected]. I agree that in such extreme court cases and crimes, you should look at the whole picture and try to understand the perpetrator’s motives and ways of thinking. If one or both parents have a predilection for violence, then the child is more likely to grow up to become violent themself, especially when they grown up in a unstable/unhappy home environment, so the child spends all their time alone or with their siblings to avoid violence, conflict.

Dahmer was a serial killer and sex offender who raped, murdered and dismembered 17 men and boys from 1978 to 1991. I also felt that a lot of contempt for the profession was coming through in the writing, which, as somebody who wants to become a psychologist, is not something that I appreciated. He became a alcoholic at 14 years old he was already feeling severe depression and anxiety as a teenager, when he was 15-16 years old and becoming fascinated/obsessed with death, dissecting roadkill/animals, doing experiments on animals/dissecting them. The difference with someone who claims the insanity defence is that they didn’t know what they were doing at the time.

It did trigger me to look into other sources and I was surprised by apparent duplication with Wikipedia content. Netflix series “Dahmer — Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story,” is just the latest in a libidinous true crime canon that emphasizes spectacle and gore, while undermining or even diminishing the lived experiences of Dahmer’s victims.



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