Before looking into the purpose of this article, let’s first consider who the subject of this article is, Jeffery Dahmer.

Who is Jeffery Dahmer?

Jeffery Lionel Dahmer, born on May 21, 1960 and died on November 28, 1994, also known as the Milwaukee Cannibal or the Milwaukee Monster, was an American serial killer and sex assault, who killed 17 men and boys between the year 1978 and 1991.

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

Out of the 16 murders committed, Dahmer was convicted of 15 murders in Wisconsin and was sentenced to 15 terms of life imprisonment on February 17, 1992.

He was later sentenced to a 16 term of life imprisonment for an additional homicide committed in Ohio in 1978.

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

After knowing Jeffery Dahmer, let’s now digest the purpose of this article.

A Graphic look inside Jeffrey Dahmer dresser drawer – See photos and videos

Jeffery Dahmer’s dresser drawer was full of countless polaroid photos of the victims he killed.

The original pictures from his drawer seemed so disturbing that up till now it has not been made available by the True Crome Magazine since it’s believed that the pictures might have mental effect on some people’s mental health.

In July 1991, Tracy Edwards, one of the intended victims of Dahmer, escaped away from his apartment and called the police, where Dahmer’s purpose started escalating. Upon the call of the police, two of the Milwaukee police officers followed Edwards to the supposed apartment of Dahmer, where Edwards and the officers were greeted by a nauseating stench and requested to take a look around.

One of the officers examined the apartment, and when he unlocked Dahmer’s beside drawer, the officer saw 84 frightening Polaroid pictures representing the actions he (Dahmer) has inflicted on his victims.

Reports later indicated that the images showed Dahmer engaged in necrophilia and his victims bodies being photographed in seductive poses with their backs.

Just after finding 84 polaroid pictures of the victims inside Dahmer’s drawer, the police officers immediately arrested Dahmer. The pictures are not yet available since it is believed to be very disturbing and can have mental health issues on some people.

All of Dahmer’s furnishings and belongings were destroyed in June 1996.

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