Jeffrey Dahmer: The Milwaukee Cannibal (Paperback)
Some evils are meant to belong to the land of lore: where horrible monsters exist only to bewitch and unsettle the mind. But there are real horrors in this world, and the thing of nightmares can often exist right outside your door. Unfortunately, the only way to extinguish this kind of darkness, is to examine it in the light. For the name Jeffrey Dahmer still exists in the lexicon of American history as an example of pure evil and the proof that monsters truly do exist. Having murdered and dismembered seventeen men and boys between 1978 and 1991, the legacy of the cannibal next door still fascinates many who seek to understand where such brutality could come from, and how it managed to operate unchecked for so long.
In Jeffrey Dahmer: The Milwaukee Cannibal, history takes a discerning eye to the life and behaviors of one of the world's most infamous serial killers. Giving consideration to Jeffrey's upbringing as well as his legacy, this biography offers new ways to consider and condemn the man inside the monster.