Jeffrey Dahmer’s crimes make him a target in jail. Glenda, Lionel, and others try to make peace with the wounds Jeffrey created in their lives.
Jeffrey discovers infamy in prison while those left behind in his wake outside the prison walls try to move on with their lives.
Lionel Dahmer deals with his own failures and demons in the wake of Jeffrey’s crimes while Rev. Jesse Jackson seeks justice for the victims’ families.
Jeffrey’s affect on the Black community around him was felt by many, including Glenda Cleveland and Rev. Jesse Jackson.
Tony Hughes was a beautiful person in a tough world, seeking to live his dreams. Then he met Jeffrey Dahmer.
Everyone failed to stop Jeffrey Dahmer, from his family to the cops to the courts. This also damaged people of colour and their families in various communities.
Jeffrey drifts from high school to college to the army, but nothing works. Eventually he finds what he’s good at: preying on other gay men.
Jeffrey struggles with being alone. Then, in June of 1978, he kills for the first time.
Jeffrey Dahmer’s childhood shaped him in unfortunate ways. But there was always something wrong with Jeffrey.
Jeffrey Dahmer brings a man home from the bar one night; a night of terror.
Things finally catch up to Gene, and we witness just how far down Saul has fallen after all this time.
Kim feels the weight of guilt bear down on her after 6 years, and she decides to go see Howard’s widow Cheryl. Then, everything changes.