‘It’s sick’: Costume lovers are warned not to dress as Jeffrey Dahmer for Halloween
After its release in late September 2022, “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story,” starring Evan Peters as notorious serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, rose to the top of the Netflix charts. As Halloween approaches, the public is urged not to dress like the mass murderer who allegedly murdered and dismembered 17 men and boys between 1978 and 1991.
Some fans have expressed concern on Twitter about the timing of the show and the likelihood of people impersonating the serial killer in the name of a famous party, fearing costumes for the dreaded killer will be in abundance as the season approaches. ‘Halloween. Twitter users have been urging people not to dress up as serial killer Dahmer this Halloween, as one user wrote, “If I see Jeffery Dahmer Halloween costumes I’ll start swaying .”
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Another said: “If I see any of you dressed as Jeffrey Dahmer for Halloween, I’ll beat you a**.” One user commented, “Please don’t dress up as Jeffrey Dahmer for Halloween, it’s just disgusting.” Another recalled saying, “Since it’s officially October I feel like people need to be reminded that serial killers aren’t Halloween costumes, nobody wants to see your blonde boyfriend skinny guy dressed as Jeffery Dahmer. Real people were and still are affected. . Victim trauma is not your Halloween costume.” According to one user, “The continued lack of remorse for Dahmer’s victims on social media makes me believe a lot of people are going to dress up like Jeffery Dahmer and his victims for Halloween and it’s so sick.”
if i see any of you dressed as jeffrey dahmer for halloween i will kick your ass
— 𝔡𝔢𝔫𝔦𝔰𝔢 🦇 (@creepingnettie) September 25, 2022
please don’t dress up as jeffrey dahmer for halloween it’s just disgusting
— 𝐿𝒶𝓊𝓇𝑒𝓃 (𝑔𝒽𝑜𝓈𝓉 𝑒𝓇𝒶)👻⋆｡ﾟ (@sp00kycaps) September 27, 2022
Since it’s officially October, I feel like people need to be reminded that serial killers aren’t Halloween costumes, no one wants to see your skinny blonde boyfriend dressed as Jeffery Dahmer. Real people were and still are affected. Victim trauma is not your Halloween costume.
— 𝕷𝖞𝖉𝖎𝖆 🥀 BLM (@g0thwannabe) October 1, 2022
The consistent lack of remorse for Dahmers’ victims on social media makes me believe a lot of people are going to dress up like Jeffery Dahmer and his victims for Halloween and it’s so sick.
—Nicole Murray (@NickiiMe) September 28, 2022
It might seem unlikely cheaters would want to dress up as convicted murderers just because of a TV show, but this isn’t the first time a beloved Netflix series has had an impact on Halloween costumes. people. “Squid Game”, one of the most popular shows on the platform last year, really shook the world. Even after the end of November 2021, the series managed to remain in the top 10 lists. The show’s recognizable green tracksuits have become the go-to Halloween costume following a flood of costume producers jumping on board. The Global Times has been told by Chinese costume makers in Yiwu, Zhejiang province, that sales of various costumes in the series are reaching up to 3,000 units per day. In addition, another employee at Futian in Guangdong province said his factory had to “work overtime” to keep up with the overwhelming demand.