Spectre Studios

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Spectre Studios was a Colorado toy company headed by David Johnson operating on the Internet that gained controversy in 2002 for making an action figure of Jeffrey Dahmer.[1] 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 included Ted Bundy, Ed Gein, Pogo the Clown, Lizzie Borden, and Charles Manson.

The company also made 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.


  1. ^ Mason, Paul (2012). Criminal Visions. Routledge. p. 320. ISBN 1135990905. Retrieved 22 June 2015. 

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