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Friends of Jeffrey Dahmer's Victims Speak Out in Netflix Docuseries: 'It's Important to Tell Their Story'

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Jeffrey Dahmer was arrested in 1991 and charged with killing 17 men and teenage boys over a 13-year span, two of the victims’ friends are speaking out in the Netflix docuseries,.

Both Michael Ross and Jeff Connor detail their encounters with the serial killer, remember the last time they saw their friends alive and explain why it’s important to “humanize the individuals who lost their lives.” “Recognizing that each one of those young men had a mother, a father, had sisters and brothers that loved them and still miss them,” says Ross, who was close with several of the men killed by Dahmer, including Tony Sears, Tony Hughes, Ernest Miller and Eddie Smith. “I knew Jeffrey Dahmer and several of his victims,” Ross reveals, before going on to speak about Sears, who was also a friend of Connor’s. “Tony Sears was about 23 or 24.

Tony Sears was a model. He was very attractive and he was always immaculately dressed. Had the most beautiful hair. Back in the day, we called them Jheri curls,” Ross says. “He was always upbeat, always energetic.

He was always out for an adventure, always wanted to do something new,” Connor says. “You just never knew where your night was gonna go, but you just knew you were going to have a good time.” It was Connor who was with Sears the last night anyone saw him alive, and he recalls meeting Dahmer, although he didn’t know who he was at the time. “When the end of the evening came, we met up back right on the corner that we always did.

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