Spectre Studios

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Spectre Studios is a Colorado toy company headed by David Johnson and operating on the Internet that has gained controversy in 2002 for making an action figure of Jeffrey Dahmer. At the time of the controversy, the figure cost $24.99, and although the action figure is no longer on the website, the other figures in the line are now $99.99. Their "Serial Killer" line also includes Ted Bundy, Ed Gein, Pogo the Clown, Lizzie Borden and Charles Manson. The company also makes a line of winged women with the characters Gabrielle, Dorcha, Salleene, and Frist. A figure called "The Heisman Hacker" was also made based on If I Did It, Pamela Rogers, Mark Foley, Bald Britney, Lisa Nowak.

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