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Inside the Mind of Jeffrey Dahmer: Serial Killer’s Chilling Jailhouse Interview

May 05, 2020
I become desensitized to it. I don't know, I did everything I could. He is pure evil, but you would never know it by looking at him, but when you hear him, that's another story. His killing field was Milwaukee and he got away with it. More than a decade, but how could any of this happen for the first time? Nancy Glass is here inside the world of Jeffrey Dahmer. When I sat across from Jeffrey Dahmer for this

interview

, I wondered what he would tell me, how difficult it would be to get him to talk about his horrible crimes.
inside the mind of jeffrey dahmer serial killer s chilling jailhouse interview
What I discovered was that he was very communicative. He offered details that can be difficult to hear. I started by asking him what he wanted from the men he picked up. He had these obsessive desires and thoughts that wanted to control him. I don't know how to say it, possess them permanently and that's why you killed them, right, not because I was angry with them, not because I hated them, but because I wanted to have them with me and as my obsession grew, I saved body parts like skulls and skeletons. Jeffrey Dahmer remembers his monstrous past.
inside the mind of jeffrey dahmer serial killer s chilling jailhouse interview

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Almost two years ago in this small apartment in Milwaukee the police discovered the gruesome remains of one of the most horrible crime waves in American history Jeffrey Dahmer, a modest chocolate factory worker, would eventually confess that he had seduced, murdered and dismembered 17 young people, even eating some of his victims' body parts Pete instantly became the center of global media attention an unmasked

serial

killer

there were protests and press conferences in Milwaukee as people tried understand how this could have happened in their midst, how did Jeffrey Dahmer get away with murder after murder for 13 years? How did a child born into a working-class, middle-class family become the worst kind of monster imaginable?
inside the mind of jeffrey dahmer serial killer s chilling jailhouse interview
In this exclusive

interview

we put those questions to Jeffrey Dahmer himself. We meet him at the maximum security prison where he is serving his 999-year sentence. He for the first time talks about his crimes and gives us a

chilling

look inside the

mind

of a

serial

killer

. It is a process that does not happen overnight. When you personalize another person and see them simply as an object, an object for pleasure, rather than a living human being, it seems easier to do things you shouldn't do, which is why Jeffrey Dahmer was able to get away with it. hers.
inside the mind of jeffrey dahmer serial killer s chilling jailhouse interview
His crimes were due to precisely what you are seeing here. Jeffrey Dahmer is smart and articulate, that's what makes him so terrifying, but if you listen closely to his words throughout this interview you'll realize that it's a subtle disguise, even though he sounds like the kind of person who might have said to itself this is wrong, I'll stop. I always knew it was wrong, but after the first one, the first murder was not planned. He was coming back from the mall in '78. He had fantasies about choosing. He hooked a hitchhiker and took him back to the house and had complete control and dominance over him.
The hitchhiker's name was Steven Hicks. He was only 18 years old. Jeffrey took him to his parents' house, there he strangled him with a bar, dismembered his body and hid it. a sewer pipe, it was Jeffrey Dahmer who gave those details to the police in his confession. No one had any idea what was happening for over a decade during that time. Jeffrey Dahmer joined the army and was sent to Germany. He was finally discharged. for a drinking problem and returned to Ohio nine years after the murder of Stephen Hicks the murder started again what happened to him in the intervening nine years that he was able to stop that he was able to control himself it just wasn't an opportunity to fully express himself What he wanted to do there just wasn't the physical opportunity to do it back then and I started when I moved to Milwaukee in '81.
I started reading porn, going to bookstores, eventually that led me to frequenting gay bars and then once. I brought this young man back to the hotel room. The Ambassador Hotel was just planning to drug him and spend the night with him. I had no intention of hurting him when I woke up in the morning. He had a broken rib. He apparently he was very bruised. He had beaten him to death with my fists and you have no memory of it, but that's what started the whole spree again. Dahmer says he snuck the body of his victim Stephen out of his hotel room in a suitcase and then took it to his grandmother's house, where he cut up his body and stuffed it into plastic garbage bags.
When do you kill these men afterwards or reject them? We get upset. I know it at that moment. He was almost addictive. It was almost a surge of energy. I wouldn't have to worry about any of his needs or anything. I just had complete control of the situation, but Jeffrey Dahmer was out of control. The urge to kill had taken over him when the police later learned that he was not satisfied with the death he wanted of his victim. more why you photographed them it was my way of remembering their appearance their physical beauty I also wanted to preserve something if I couldn't keep them there with me whole at least I felt I could preserve their skeletons and I was even like that when it came to planning to establish an altar with the ten skulls and different skeletons and what the purpose of the altar was, as a kind of memorial point where it could, I don't know, it's so strange and strange that it's difficult. to describe a place where I could organize my thoughts and feed my obsession when the bodies were still in your apartment there was no time when you would see them and say this is grotesque what have I done there were moments there were moments but the compulsive obsession When doing what I was By overcoming any feelings of repulsion, this man with a calm and almost shy demeanor became a master manipulator who was able to attract strangers he met in gay bars to his apartment.
He was even able to con the police into returning a 14-year-old boy. old to him after neighbors called 911 saying the boy was in the street naked and bleeding Dahmer convinced the police that he and the boy were simply having a lover's quarrel another boyfriend's boyfriend executed was not an open childhood after the police left Jeffrey Dahmer murdered that kid Connor with an ax on a phone this man says he had a near fatal encounter with Jeffrey Dahmer he wanted to take a photo of my back he hit me with a hammer Robert in the neck he was lucky to escape because by then the murder had already It became almost a routine before you went out to flirt with a man.
Was there some kind of ritual you went through? I go to nightclubs, I drink, I watch striptease TV shows, and if I don't meet anyone in bars, I go to the bathroom. clubs and meetings we would meet someone there we would offer them money and we would return to the apartment we would have a few drinks I had the sleeping pill mixture already prepared the person would take it to fall asleep and that was when they would strangle them watching the movie The Exorcist 3 too It was part of his ritual, it put him in the mood to kill.
I felt so hopelessly evil and perverted that I actually feel a kind of pleasure watching that tape. Did you like feeling evil? No, no, I didn't, but I tried. I got over the thoughts and it worked for a while, but I finally gave in, whereas Jeffrey Dahmer can say things today that make it seem like he understands what was going on in his

mind

. He doesn't, all he can do is tell you what happened, but he can't stop. Whatever drove you to kill in the first place, do you still feel those same impulses? Do you still feel that compulsion, that obsession?
I wish I could say that it just went away completely, but no, there are times when I still have the old compulsions Jeffrey Dahmer says that as time went on his mind became more and more warped and yet he was smart enough to to continue eluding police and luring young men to his apartment. We must warn you that the details are very graphic. I started having these obsessive thoughts when I was around 15 and 16 and they got worse and worse. What will your fantasies be? They were sexual fantasies of control, power, complete dominance, they came true, was it pleasure in that fantasy?
There was excitement, fear, pleasure, all mixed together. Jeffrey Dahmer fulfilled his murder fantasies. and dismembering 17 young men over time his desires became more extreme his acts more grotesque listen to him talk about the most unnatural things in the most natural way, that's when you realize that none of it has touched him. That's when cannibalism started eating the heart and arm muscle, it was a way to make me feel like they were part of me, at first it was just curiosity and then it became compulsive, then I tried to keep the person alive by inducing a state similar to a zombie injecting the first dilute acid solution into his brain or hot water and it never fully worked.
Could they stop someone like you? Could you help him? No, I was determined to continue with this compulsion, it was the only thing. That didn't give me any satisfaction. His evil impulses deformed him so much that he even took a victim's head to work at the Ambrosia chocolate factory. I kept the mummified head and skull of one of the victims in a case in my locker at work. You were almost flaunting it, yes, but that's how strong the compulsion was, so strange, the desire was that I wanted to keep some of the person with me. Jeffrey Dahmer exhibited disturbing behavior from the beginning; he began drinking heavily when he was a teenager and dropped out of college.
He was arrested for indecent exposure, disorderly conduct and tragic fondling of a thirteen year old boy, one of his murder victims would be that boy's brother, do you know what started? Is there any kind of incident that you can remember to this day? Don't know. You know what started it all and the guilty person is sitting in front of you that is the only person, not parents, not society, not pornography. I mean, those are just excuses. His crime spree at MacArthur during his teenage years finally ended when this man, Tracy Edwards, led the police to the infamous apartment as the others had gone there with the promise of money.
I was listening to my heart because at one point he told me that he was going to kill me. eat the heart at that moment I hit him and ran what was the turning point for you what did you suddenly realize that you had done something terribly wrong something you should regret was the night of the arrest you don't remember what happened during the Six hours before the last victim ran out of the apartment they heard a knock on the door and the police were there with the last victim, they asked me where the key to the handcuffs was.
My mind was confused. I kind of pointed to the bedroom and that's where they found the photos. They shouted to be handcuffed. He was handcuffed. and it was simply realizing that there was no longer any point in trying to hide my actions. The best route was to help the police identify all the victims and simply make a full confession when it was revealed that most of the victims were black or Gay people in Milwaukee were outraged, many felt that was why he went after them and why the police didn't seem to care when their families reported them missing.
Tim from year 17, the victims were black, they were racially motivated, which was not a sexual preference, it was. only to find an obsession with the most handsome young man I could find, well you just heard him say that his sexual preference had nothing to do with the murders, he hasn't accepted his homosexuality, you never understood it, there was no point in trying to fight. It was because I couldn't get rid of it. He was too powerful and persistent. You do not like? Yes, he has caused me a lot of problems. Many conflicts and unanswered questions. The conflicts remain with him and so do his compulsions, but in prison he finally cannot act on his wild desires if you were on the street now you would still be committing the crimes probably if this had not happened there is no doubt that he probably would be I can't think of anything that you would have stopped me

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