The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer
|Jeffrey Dahmer: The Secret Life|
|Directed by||David R. Bowen|
|Screenplay by||Carl Crew|
Donna Stewart Bowen
|Music by||David R. Bowen|
The film is a firsthand account of Dahmer's lifestyle as a serial killer. When he was finally caught, it was revealed that his apartment was a chamber of horrors, where, according to the film, he tortured his young victims to death. Then he sliced up the bodies and stored the parts in his freezer, among other places. The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer was produced one year before Dahmer was himself murdered in prison.
- Erickson, Rovi. "Jeffrey Dahmer - The Secret Life (1992)". The New York Times. Retrieved November 29, 2012.
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