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Inside the Mind of Jeffrey Dahmer: The Cannibal Killer

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I’m just very sensitive to this subject because now it’s associated with a well known serial killer, great, more stigma.

if a dahmer feels like no one likes or loves him, and he cant feel any love towards the rest of humanity, then the rest of humanity are just things to them. Effectively, he and other serial killers are just defective humans that need to be helped, sectioned and studied to try and better understand how to mitigate future persons from becoming like them. I have actually never heard of Jeffrey Dahmer, but I definitely agree with you that all of this is so disgusting but also so interesting at the same time. He had many of the red flag signs in his early childhood which was later accompanied by a young teen drinking problem.I hope all the victims’ families have healed and I hope that people who are parents will start taking the time to be with their kids spending quality time and teaching them how to be good people.

It's creepy to me that Jeffrey Dahmer, after being released from prison/having psychological assessments/tests done that he murdered his second victim 24 year Steven Tuomi. I see it as, some dogs are very friendly, but some are just pre disposed to bite, some can be trained back to normality, and for others there’s no hope which is sad really. I really love your topic, but slightly more analysis into the brain scans would be awesome for people who love the brain like I do.I also liked how there was a chapter for each of the victims and also in the appendix there were the charges in more detail for each victim too. Personally I did not like this book as the author was more interested in explaining and rambling about himself, I picked this book up to read about the killer not the author. I feel that this was a lie to try and cover for the fact that Lionel didn't actually try to help Jeff. If you so agree with “The day you can figure it out you become one of them,” then why are you so avid with “curiosity and excitement of studying” him?

This book was a fascinating read and I highly recommend it for the crime lovers and the ones who just want to read more true crime. Dahmer attempted to make his victims like zombies, that would be unconscious and unresponsiveness but still breathing, which was unsuccessful and ultimately led to his victims deaths. Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH). Although it is unlikely, they could have even helped Jeffrey to simply have him in a safe place where he can receive some help would have been a better option.Featuring a vibrant rainbow design, and our super-sized Q logo, you won't find a more stylish way to make a statement. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. There were also a few mistakes that made it hard to make sense of a few things, I understand that it has only just been published and there will be a few mistakes (there was a repeated word in a sentence that wasn’t needed) but when it is an obvious mistake with a date (in the Anthony Hughes chapter it says that he was last seen on 24th September 1991 and then 2 chapters below it says that his family were notified of his death on 5th July 1991) it makes for very confusing reading. I also found that sometimes the author seemed to boast about which serial killers he had met in real life when he didn’t need to. The book was supposed to be about Jeffrey Dahmer, but most of it consisted of the very opinionated and arrogant author rambling on and on about various things and people that irked him.

Daarna werkt die het lichaam compleet weg (0 sporen) maar later in zijn leven en het boek volgen de moorden zich rap op elkaar op (soms zelfs maar 1,5 pagina per moord), zonder alcohol en begint die zelfs dingen te bewaren: eerst schedels, daarna handen, piemels en het vlees zelf.Not sure how I feel about his death… Did he deserve to be murdered, or should he have lived in prison until the day he died naturally? He is similar to Dennis Nilsen he was also a necrophile, that murdered men due to being extremely lonely. all in all i’m glad i read this book - as a true crime nerd, it was interesting to hear the facts of what actually happened, and i liked the inclusion of sections about the victims and their lives (as brief as they may be), however i didn’t really like how the book was written and how opinionated the author was all the way through.

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