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American serial killer
Born: May 21, 1960, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Died: November 28, 1994, Columbia Correctional Institution, Portage, Wisconsin, United States
Parents: Lionel Dahmer, Joyce Dahmer

Siblings: David Dahmer
Cremation: September 1995
Grandparents: Herbert Walter Dahmer, Catherine Jemima Hughes
Birthday: May 21, 1960 (Gemini)

Born In: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Nick Name: The Milwaukee Cannibal, The Milwaukee Monster
Also Known As: Jeffrey Lionel Dahmer, Milwaukee Cannibal, Milwaukee Monster
Died At Age: 34

Father: Lionel Dahmer
Mother: Joyce Dahmer
Born Country: United States
Died On: November 28, 1994

Place Of Death: Portage, Wisconsin, United States
Education: Ohio State University

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Jeffrey Lionel Dahmer also known as the Milwaukee Cannibal or the Milwaukee Monster, was an American serial killer and sex offender who committed the murder and dismemberment of seventeen men and boys between 1978 and 1991.

Many of his later murders involved necrophilia, cannibalism, and the permanent preservation of body parts—typically part of the skeleton.

Although he was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, schizotypal personality disorder, and a psychotic disorder, Dahmer was found to be legally sane at his trial.

He was convicted of fifteen of the sixteen murders he had committed in Wisconsin and was sentenced to fifteen terms of life imprisonment on February 17, 1992.

Dahmer was later sentenced to a sixteenth term of life imprisonment for an additional homicide committed in Ohio in 1978.

On November 28, 1994, Dahmer was beaten to death by Christopher Scarver, a fellow inmate at the Columbia Correctional Institution in Portage, Wisconsin.

Known For: Convicted serial killer of 17 people
Also Known As: Milwaukee Cannibal, Milwaukee Monster
Born: May 21, 1960 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Parents: Lionel Dahmer, Joyce Dahmer
Died: November 28, 1994 at the Columbia Correctional Institution in Portage, Wisconsin

Notable Quote: “The only motive that there ever was was to completely control a person; a person I found physically attractive. And keep them with me as long as possible, even if it meant just keeping a part of them.”

Dahmer murdered and dismembered 17 people over a span of 13 years
He was known for pedophilia, cannibalism, and necrophilia
Dahmer attained a moderate level of popularity in school
The Netflix series on Dahmer has emerged as an undisputed hit

Netflix’s true crime drama ‘Dahmer-Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ has been the talk of the town ever since it was released on September 21, 2022.

Co-created by Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan (who also produced the hit TV series ‘Glee’, ‘Scream Queens’, etc) this 10-part series explores the life and times of Jeffrey Dahmer, one of the most notorious serial killers in history.

Dahmer who murdered and dismembered 17 people over a span of 13 years, was also known for pedophilia, cannibalism, and necrophilia.

The show attempted to distinguish itself from other true crime thrillers by framing the narrative from the perspective of Dahmer’s victims, many of whom were boys from marginalised groups.

The bone-chilling series has emerged as an undisputed hit among the viewers. The audience lauded the in-depth research and superb acting of the cast.

However, the series has also faced backlash.

Family members of Dahmer’s victims called out the creators for not consulting them and capitalising on their trauma.

Rita Isabell, sister of Dahmer’s victim Errol Lindsey, told the Insider that none of her family members were consulted by the creators and it was unsettling to see their trauma being re-created for entertainment purposes.

While the TV show has mixed fact and fiction, and underplayed many aspects of Dahmer’s life to make the content more palatable and escape the clutches of censorship, here’s a run-through of the true story behind the Dahmer series.

Some say he was the devil incarnate. Others attempt a sympathetic, more banal picture, that of a timid boy next door.

However as Roger ‘’Verbal’’ Kint (one of the main characters from the 1995 movie ‘The Usual Suspects’) had once said, “The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world that he didn’t exist.”

Behind the placid and sympathetic facade, was a shrewd, calculating, and cold-blooded murderer who viewed his victims as prey and didn’t possess even an ounce of empathy.

Before the birth of the Milwaukee Monster, there was just Jeffrey, a weird, small-town boy from Wisconsin. Dahmer was born on May 21, 1960, to Lionel and Joyce Dahmer. He reportedly exhibited sadistic tendencies from childhood.

In a 2004 interview with CNN, Dahmer’s father recalled how his son used to dissect animals for fun. “He cut them open to examine the insides of animals,” he was quoted as saying.

As inexplicable as that sounds, Dahmer attained a moderate level of popularity in school. He was the class clown and entertained his friends with some rather outrageous pranks. These included pretending to have seizures and fits. This gained him a cult following.

Some of his classmates called themselves ‘The Dahmer Fan Club’. Years later when his gruesome crimes came to light, many of his former school friends were left dumbfounded.

John Backderf, the author of the best-selling graphic novel ‘My Friend Dahmer’ who was one of his classmates, described the experience:

“ “It’s like getting hit with a 2-by-4… Suddenly all the goofball antics and silly things we’d done became completely sinister and troubling.”

Some commemorate their 18th birthday by buying their first drink. Others party the night away. However, Dahmer didn’t want to celebrate his coming of age through such mundane activities. He went for the kill (in the literary sense) instead.

On June 18, 1978, he invited a hitchhiker named Steven Hicks to his house, where he choked and bludgeoned him to death with a sledgehammer. Dahmer later told the police, “He wanted to leave, and I didn’t want him to leave.”

The macabre nature of Dahmer’s murders has become the stuff of urban legends. According to a 1992 report by AP, Dahmer performed lobotomies on some victims’ corpses-drilling holes in their heads and pouring in hydrochloric acid.

While they were still alive, he reportedly injected muriatic acid to see if he could keep them under his control. He also engaged in cannibalism and confessed to preserving a man’s heart to eat.

After murdering his victims he would often dismember the bodies and photograph them in various poses. He later explained that he wanted to ‘preserve’ them somehow.

“If I couldn’t keep them there with me whole, at least I could keep their skeletons, “ he was quoted as saying. During an investigation of his apartment, a police officer came across his collection of disturbing polaroids.

Upon further investigation, he came across a fridge containing jars that had male genitalia and other body parts inside.

In a satisfying twist of karma, Dahmer’s life ended violently through murder. He was sentenced to a life sentence on May 1, 1992. Upon sentencing, he was transferred to the Columbia Correctional Institution ( located at Portland, Wisconsin) .

On November 28, 1994, Dahmer was beaten to death by Christopher Scarver, a fellow inmate at the Columbia Correctional Institution in Portage, Wisconsin.