Netflix has shared the trailer of upcoming new true crime documentary series “Monsters Inside: The 24 Faces of Billy Milligan” on Monday, 23 August 2021. The series is based on the story of a person who is acquitted for a major crime as due to Dissociative Identity Disorder or called as Multiple personality Disorder in 1970’s in Ohio State. Milligan lawyer’s claiming that the three rapes in 1977 done by his client two out of 24 personalities without Milligan knowing.
The official synopsis of Monsters Inside: The 24 Faces of Billy Milligan is set on 1977, when a serial rapist struck in Ohio state university. But evidences of this crime led to Billy Milligan, who is aimless man and traumatic childhood with criminal record. After his arrest, billy has no memory of being assaults related to these crimes and his manners are seemed to be change after some time. Different Psychiatrists diagnosed him with multiple personality disorder, eventually led to 24 personalities within his mind. Due to first of kind strategy used by defence he found innocent by reason of insanity.
The true docuseries is directed by Olivier Megaton. He feature this story with gripping investigative series, cinematic interviews with the Milligan family members, friends, doctors and also law enforcements people who tried to untangle the truth. It been over 40 years since the landmark verdict there are no answers about Milligan case. Is Billy control his personality or controlled by different personalities?
Monsters Inside: The 24 faces of Billy Milligan is set to premiere on 22 September 2021 in Netflix streaming platform. According to the Netflix this story is about “In the late 1970s, an accused serial rapist claims multiple personalities control his behaviour, setting off a legal odyssey that captivates America.” Check out the trailer of Netflix docuseries Monster Inside: the 24 Faces of Billy Milligan:-
Billy Milligan was sent to Mental hospitals for 10 years decade and in 1988 he discharged from Ohio mental hospital. After that he lived in California in 1996 and died in 2014 in a nursing home of Ohio campus.