A Graphic Look Inside Jeffrey Dahmer Dresser Drawer Photos And Videos

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Jeffrey Lionel Dahmer popularly referred to as the Milwaukee Cannibal or the Milwaukee Monster, was an American serial killer and sex offender. Jeffrey was known to have murdered and dismembered seventeen men and boys. According to sources, his activities span the period of 1978 to 1991.

Jeffrey was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in the United States. Apparently, that was also his place of residence and the location for his many despicable and heinous activities.

A Graphic Look Inside Jeffrey Dahmer Dresser Drawer Photos And Videos

The following images contain graphic content. Viewer discretion is advised. Photos and videos of Jeffrey’s private room have been released by private investigators and the police. These images are quite disturbing and revolting as they reveal the extent to which some psychopaths can go.

This is an image of Jeffery’s room. According to the source, there were skulls in the filing cabinet.

Dahmer would lure victims back to his apartment to give them drug-laced drinks and sexually assault them once they died. He would also dismember their bodies and keep “souvenirs” like body parts, skulls, and genitals. Per Biography, “He frequently took photos of his victims at various stages of the murder process, so he could recollect each act afterward and relive the experience.”

Why did Jeffrey Dahmer take Polaroids of his victims?

In 1994, The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology explained that Dahmer often felt lonely and wanted “mementos to keep him company.” Upon investigation, police also found drawings that exposed the serial killer’s plans to make an altar in his apartment using the photos, painted skeletons, and skulls, PER ELLE Australia.

How did Jeffrey Dahmer’s Polaroids lead to his arrest?

On July 22, 1991, Dahmer’s final victim Tracy Edwards escaped his apartment and made it out alive. According to ABC News, Tracy led Milwaukee police to discover 84 Polaroid pictures in a bedside drawer. This ultimately ended Dahmer’s cannibalistic killing spree.

Per ELLE Australia, the gruesome photos included “his victim’s corpses posed in suggestive positions with their backs arched, documentation of the dismemberment process and Dahmer engaging in necrophilia.” The outlet also described that Officer Rolf Mueller was in a state of shock as he told his partner, “these [photos] are real.”

Dahmer was convicted of 15 murder charges and sentenced to 957 years in prison and died after an inmate attacked him in 1994.

Below is a link for a video filming of Jeffery Dahmer’s closet.

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