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The Motives of Jeffrey Dahmer Its a beautiful day The sun is out and the birds are chirping Breakfast is ready and the kids are actually cooperating with their morning rituals preparing for school You sit down at the kitchen table with a steaming cup of coffee breathing in serenity as you begin to indulge yourself into the morning paper And thats when it happens HOUSE OF HORRORS UNCOVERED WITH THE ARREST OF LOCAL CANNIBAL KILLER is what the headline read To the cynics this would not create much concern But for most of us in the summer of 1991 the horrors that were uncovered in apartment 213 on Milwaukees North 25th St sent shockwaves through the country Jeffrey Dahmer commanded the attention of all America creating a buzz about the term cannibal and resparking debates about the phenomenon of the serial killer When the carnage was over the body count had risen to 17 All of Dahmers victims were minority men Typically Dahmer would go to a gay bar seduce a chosen man and bring him back to his apartment He often lured them to his place by offering them money to take nude photos of them Once they were in his apartment they would drink and have sex At some point Dahmer would mix up a drink with powdered Halcion and give it to the victim The Halcion immediately made the victim pass out Once the victim was unconscious he would continue to have sex with them His next step was to kill them by strangulation When the victim was deceased Dahmer would then have sex with them again before the process of dismemberment began Dahmer chopped up his victims Some of the body parts were eaten by Dahmer and saved in the freezer The other parts of the body ended up in a barrel of acid Dahmer had concocted to disintegrate the cadavers What kind of a human being
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