Jeffrey Dahmer tortured and killed my dad – now the deranged murderer stalks me in my sleep after I watched Netflix show

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THE daughter of one of Jeffrey Dahmer’s victims has shared how she has been having nightmares about the serial killer after watching the new Netflix series.

Tatiana Banks, 31, was born six months after her dad, Errol Lindsey, 19, was tortured and murdered at the hands of “The Milwaukee Cannibal”.

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Lindsey was on his way to an errand to get a key cut when he met the sadistic murderer on the streets of Wisconsin in April 1991.

Dahmer lured him back to his apartment and then drugged him and kept him alive to perform a sick “Zombie” experiment.

He drilled a hole in his head and poured hydrochloric acid into it, hoping to render the victim in a vegetative state before killing him.

Errol’s daughter Tatiana, who has found out gradually what happened to her father, through family members and the media, has revealed she has lost sleep since the documentary, Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story aired on Netflix.

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Speaking to the Insider, Tatiana, who lives in Arizona, said she was only able to watch one episode of the new Netflix hit, which she branded “heartbreaking.”

She said: “Honestly ever since that show’s been on I haven’t been able to sleep.

“I see Jeffrey Dahmer in my sleep.”

In one of the show’s episodes, Tatiana’s aunt, Rita Isbell, was depicted giving the heartbreaking victim impact statement during Dahmer’s sentencing over her brother’s murder. 


Isbell previously told the outlet that watching the scene brought back all of the emotions she felt at the time.

She said: “Her hair was like mine, she had on the same clothes.

“That’s why it felt like reliving it all over again.”

She called Netflix “money-hungry” for making another series about Dahmer and claimed she didn’t give permission for her altercation to be portrayed by an actor, and she didn’t even find out until she saw the clip online.

She said: “When I saw some of the show, it bothered me, especially when I saw myself.

“When I saw my name come across the screen and this lady saying verbatim exactly what I said, if I didn’t know any better, I would’ve thought it was me.

“I was never contacted about the show. I feel like Netflix should’ve asked if we mind or how we felt about making it. They didn’t ask me anything. They just did it.”

Isbell’s cousin Eric has slammed the show for its impression of Errol’s heartbroken sister.

He said: “I’m not telling anyone what to watch, I know true crime media is huge rn, but if you’re actually curious about the victims, my family (the Isbell’s) are pissed about this show.”

Speaking about the show’s creators Tatiana added: “I feel like they should have reached out because it’s people who are actually still grieving from that situation.

“That chapter of my life was closed and they reopened it, basically.”

She explained that growing up in Milwaukee it was inevitable to hear stories about Dahmer.

“When I was young I was told that he was killed by a Milwaukee serial killer,” she said, adding that she was about four or five years old when her mom first told her about her father’s death.

When she was a little bit older she read a newspaper article about the Dahmer murders, which made her ask her mum more questions.

She admits she still has many questions about her father and some may never be answered but she is certain of one thing.

She said: “He didn’t deserve this. I don’t deserve this. None of the victims deserve it.”

Dahmer raped, murdered, and dismembered 17 boys and men ranging in age from 14 to 32, from 1978 to 1991.

He would lure his victims back to his apartment, often offering to pay them in return for nude photographs.

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Once there, he would drug their drinks before carrying out his evil acts.

He would cut most of his victims up and store body parts in his freezer even eating bits of flesh before he was finally caught in July 1991.

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