Spoiler alert: this article contains spoilers for episode four of The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.
We're only four episodes into The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story and it's been a lot. While Darren Criss brilliantly portrays Andrew Cunanan's disturbing behavior as he commits five brutal murders, we're not sure how much more we can handle. This week's episode may conclude the depiction of the murders; after the series premiered with Versace's story, the episodes have shown Cunanan's murders in reverse chronological order, truly giving us a look at the sociopathic behaviors of the serial killer which eventually led him to the steps of the Versace mansion. Ahead, find the details of Cunanan's murders as they've been depicted on the show, some highly disputed, but all disturbing nonetheless.
While there are five documented murders connected to Cunanan, there are still unknown details surrounding the possibility that he killed a man named Lincoln Aston in May 1995.