33 min

72. Anne Schwartz on the night she met Jefferey Dahmer Prime Time Crime

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Back in 1991, Anne Schwartz was a young reporter on the dreaded overnight weekend shift at a local paper in Milwaukee. That graveyard shift changed her life. She received a call to cover a horrible crime scene that had just been discovered. It was then that Anne broke the story of Jeffrey Dahmer — one of the sickest serial killers ever to be tried. She wrote a book about the infamous Dahmer, “Monster: The True Story of the Jeffrey Dahmer Murders,” guaranteed to shock and raise new questions about how Dahmer got away with killing at least 17 young men.



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Host: Katrina Daniel

Produced: Carmen Lucas

Edited: Wyatt Peake

In association with legalvideoconcepts.com

Back in 1991, Anne Schwartz was a young reporter on the dreaded overnight weekend shift at a local paper in Milwaukee. That graveyard shift changed her life. She received a call to cover a horrible crime scene that had just been discovered. It was then that Anne broke the story of Jeffrey Dahmer — one of the sickest serial killers ever to be tried. She wrote a book about the infamous Dahmer, “Monster: The True Story of the Jeffrey Dahmer Murders,” guaranteed to shock and raise new questions about how Dahmer got away with killing at least 17 young men.



Buy the book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1454944137/ref=



Follow the show:

Instagram: primetimecrime_

Twitter: primetimecrime_



Host: Katrina Daniel

Produced: Carmen Lucas

Edited: Wyatt Peake

In association with legalvideoconcepts.com

33 min

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