When police searched serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s residence after his arrest, a number of unsettling findings were uncovered.
The atrocities they discovered at the house where he killed 12 of his victims included seven human skulls, two human hearts, a bag of organs, and numerous severed body parts.
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The scalp and penis of Anthony Sears, Dahmer’s sixth victim, were found in apartment 213 of the Oxford Apartments in Milwaukee in May 1990, according to FBI records.
Soon after, Dahmer carried out another murder. After moving, he killed Raymond Smith a week later.
In the 14 months that he resided at the Oxford Apartments complex, he would go on to murder 11 more people.
The Milwaukee Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Bureau inspected Dahmer’s flat after his murderous rampage came to a stop when he was apprehended in July 1991.
The seven heads, two hearts and various human organs, two skeletons, and numerous more human remains were discovered.
Investigators also discovered a whole torso, three dismembered torsos in a 57-gallon drum, two severed and preserved male genitalia, two severed and mummified hands, and a mummified scalp.
There were also dozens of disturbing Polaroids showing necrophilia, horrifying altar plans, and barrels of acid that Dahmer used to disintegrate the bodies of his victims.