Prepare. Usually, but not always, Dexter kills at a pre-selected location. He prepares a killing room by completely wrapping it in clear plastic to keep blood, sweat, fingerprints, fibers, etc. from leaving behind forensic evidence. He decorates the room with evidence or pictures of his target’s victims and candles.
The official Dexter plastic wrap is 3.5 milliliter Husky Plastic Wrap from Home Depot, says Koneff. He has rolls and rolls of the stuff and often buys up the store like Dexter might do.
In both the novels and TV series, Dexter is a blood spatter forensic analyst working for the fictional Miami-Metro Police Department. In his spare time he is a vigilante serial killer who targets other killers who have escaped the justice system.
Dexter prepares the “room” by enclosing it in plastic wrap so no trace of evidence is found. He also pastes photos of his target’s victims to a nearby wall as a reminder of the murders he committed.
Mark Andrew Twitchell (born July 4, 1979) is a Canadian filmmaker who was convicted of first-degree murder in April 2011 for the murder of John Brian Altinger. His trial attracted particular media attention because Twitchell was allegedly inspired by the fictional character Dexter Morgan.
The Underwater Graveyard is a location discovered in the second season of the Showtime series Dexter. It was Dexter Morgan’s dumping ground for his victims until divers happened upon it. Then he began throwing remains directly into the Gulf Stream, a powerful ocean current.
This study demonstrated that the elastic property of the cling film plastic wrap can withstand and accommodate the expansion of the cadavers due to decomposition changes. Similarly, its body fluid resistant property has helped retain body fluid as a result of the decomposition process.
In Showtime’s official Dexter: New Blood Wrap-Up Podcast, author Scott Reynolds confirmed that the reclusive hunting aspect of Kurt Caldwell’s serial killer is based on the true story of Robert Hansen.
Dexter has four scars. Under his left arm is a long scar from childhood. From being shot by Doakes, Dexter has a scar on his left leg. Jimenez gave Dexter a scar on his upper right arm when he slashed it outside the bowling alley.
Dexter, with his disinterest in love and sex, could easily have been interpreted as asexual in the early seasons, but the character was gradually written into more sexual scenarios as the series progressed.
And he’s stayed away from killing for almost a decade,” Hall said of Dexter in New Blood. One thing is for sure, Dexter: New Blood will be very different from the original series.
When Dexter is calmed down, he waits for the target to awaken. He then uses a scalpel to take a drop of blood from the target’s cheek to keep as a trophy.
Dexter – also known as the “Bay Harbor Butcher” – was responsible for approximately 140 kills before vowing to quit in the series finale (though he does eventually return to killing in Dexter: New Blood). Dexter’s kill count includes kills that stand out more than others because of the importance they had to him personally.
From his point of view, the series finale was designed to have an open ending because it was always Showtime’s intention to continue the story years later. That’s exactly what happened with New Blood, which a decade later met Dexter, who lived in upstate New York under the alias Jim Lindsay.
It’s clear that both Hannibal and Dexter are seasoned fighters and professional killers who know how to plan and improvise. However, when it comes to who is superior or who would win if both men fight each other, it’s very close, but Hannibal is the winner.
According to showrunner Clyde Phillips, Harrison Morgan, played by Jack Alcott, is 16 years old on Dexter: New Blood (the season took place in real time).