Where were the Oxford Apartments that Jeffrey Dahmer lived in? | The Sun

NNICKNAMED "the Milwaukee Cannibal," Jeffrey Dahmer was one of the most notorious killers in US history.

Dahmer was arrested in his apartments and sentenced to 16 consecutive life terms in prison in 1992 for killing and dismembering at least 17 men and boys between 1978 and 1991.

Where did Jeffrey Dahmer live?

The serial killer lived in Apartment 213 at 924 North 25th Street in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where police discovered 11 bodies – marking the end of his twisted reign of terror.

When Dahmer moved into Apartment 213 in May 1990, he brought with him the scalp and penis of his fifth victim Anthony Sears, according to FBI documents.

It wasn't long before Dahmer committed another murder. Within a week of moving, he killed Raymond Smith.

He would go on to murder 11 others in the 14 months he lived at the Oxford Apartments complex.


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Seven human skulls, two human hearts, a bag of organs, and numerous severed body parts were among the atrocities they uncovered inside Apartment 213.

Dozens of graphic Polaroids depicting necrophilia, sickening plans for an altar, and barrels of acid that Dahmer used to dissolve the remains of his victims were also uncovered.

Where are the Oxford Apartments.

The apartment located in the 49-unit Oxford Apartments building, was Dahmer's home for 14 months.

Located in a poor, predominantly black area, the building had compact one-bedroom flats.

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The area had a high crime rate, and rents were affordable.

Dahmer killed a victim (his sixth) less than a week after moving into his new apartment.

Are Oxford Apartments still there?

The apartment complex was eventually torn down in December 1992 about 15 months after the horrifying discovery.

Grass and flowers were planted where the building once stood after developer Ogden Homes paid $500 for the plot of land.

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