Serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s sketches showing plans for a ‘shrine of skulls’ have been revealed.
Glamtush reports that Jeffrey Dahmer, who was known as the “Milwaukee Monster” or “Milwaukee Cannibal”, murdered, dismembered and then ate 17 men and boys from 1978 to 1991.
Various body parts were found in his flat, which included three heads that had been preserved in a fridge.
The American serial killer, who had homose3ual fantasies, was known to drug and rape his victims.
But his killing spree came to an end in 1991 when one of the victims managed to escape.
Dahmer was sentenced to 900 years in prison but in 1994 he was murdered by a fellow inmate.
Now a new Netflix series ‘Dark Tourist’, looks at the attraction that brings people who have an interest with places associated with death and tragedy, News.com.au reports.
Presenter David Farrier says of the city of Milwaukee: “It’s famous for beer and cheese, and a serial killer.”
Over the years Dahmer has brought a bizarre cult and Farrier meets with one fanatic – a self-titled “dark tourist” – called Natalie.
She speaks about why she finds his story so fascinating and said: “There’s never been a case quite like his, where there were lobotomies, attempts to turn people into zombies, cannibalism, all of this in one.
“He wasn’t a sadist either, he actually granted the small mercy of drugging and strangling his victims…”
During one part of the show, she holds the skull of a “South American male”.
When Ferrier questions if there are similarities between her and Dahmer, Natalie at first denies it but then explains that she is “weird”.
The series takes a stranger turn when the presenter visits Dahmer’s lawyer Wendy Patrickus, who reveals a piece of paper which illustrates the sick shrine Dahmer created in his flat.
She said: “He saved the entire bodies of these two on the end… he had a thing for hands, he’d save the hands a lot of times and obviously the penis.”
Farrier replies: “It’s so odd because it’s almost like a child’s drawing and yet it’s about something so incredibly… I mean this is like True Detective or something right, but beyond.”
“It’s so eerie thinking of Dahmer drawing this, and signing it.”
After leaving the room, Farrier asks Natalie “How was that for you?” to which she expresses her delight and appreciation for it