Ryan Murphy, creator of the Netflix series about serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, says he has called relatives of the victims. Previously, relatives of the victims announced that they had not heard anything from Netflix and the makers of the drama.
“We did a lot of research before producing the series,” Murphy said at a party in Los Angeles on Thursday. The Hollywood Reporter. “It took us about 3.5 years to write the series. In that time, we reached out to about 20 relatives and friends of the victims.”
Murphy said that none of them responded to this request. “So we had to rely on our amazing team of researchers.”
Dahmer – The Beast: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story It is a ten-part series in which actor Evan Peters takes on the role of the man who killed at least seventeen people. Much of the story is told from the perspective of Dahmer’s victims. Gradually it becomes clear that the serial killer was able to go on for so long – he lost his victim between 1978 and 1991 – due to the failure of the police.
Some relatives of the victims criticized the series. They are very shocked by the scandalous images in the series and say that no one has contacted them before.
Murphy is now eager to create a memorial to the victims. “Now we’re talking about it. And I want to pay for it,” the US television producer said.
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