At the 1992 trial of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, the family members of some of the 17 men and boys Dahmer murdered spoke about the suffering they’ve gone through following the brutal loss of their loved ones. Dahmer was beaten to death in prison two years after being sentenced to 15 life terms.
Serial killer, necrophile, pedophile and cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer said he kept the body parts of his victims because eating them gave him sexual gratification. Today we bring you a photo of the inside of his fridge.
Most notable about the signatures is the drastic change in handwriting between 1975 and 1977, likely owing to Dahmer’s having developed drinking and drug problems during those years.
If serial killer and cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer lived long enough to see Myspace or Facebook, he might have been one of those people always making kissy face at the camera. At least in this candid high school photo, he pulls it off admirably
A group in Milwaukee is offering guided tours of the hunting grounds of one of America’s most notorious, revolting and compelling serial killers, Jeffrey Dahmer, the Milwaukee Cannibal. Dahmer was convicted of the murders of 15 boys and men, whom raped, killed, dismembered and ate. When he was arrested, police found his apartment full of decomposing human remains.
This documentary goes inside the 1992 trial of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, who killed 17 men and boys. Dahmer’s usual modus operandi was to pick up victims at gay bars and take them home, where he would drug, rape, kill and dismember them. Dahmer was beaten to death in prison two years after being sentenced to 15 life terms.
A look at necrophiles and famous cases of sexual and non-sexual necrophilia.
Jeff Dahmer was born in Milwaukee on May 21, 1960, to Lionel and Joyce Dahmer. He was a normal and happy, though somewhat sickly, child. At the age of four, he showed a strange fascination with the bones of small animals.