Jeffrey Dahmer: A Terrifying True Story of Rape, Murder & Cannibalism (The Serial Killer Books Book 1)
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Most of Dahmer's victims had been rendered unconscious prior to their murder, although some had died as a result of having acid or boiling water injected into their brain. As he had no memory of the killing of his second victim, Steven Tuomi, he was unsure whether he was unconscious when beaten to death, although he did concede it was possible that his viewing the exposed chest of Tuomi while in a drunken stupor may have led him to unsuccessfully attempt to tear Tuomi's heart from his chest.  Almost all the murders Dahmer committed after moving into the Oxford Apartments had involved a ritual of posing the victims' bodies in suggestive positions—typically with the chest thrust outwards—prior to dismemberment.  As Dahmer entered first grade, Lionel's studies kept him away from home much of the time. When he was home, his wife—a hypochondriac who suffered from depression—demanded constant attention and spent an increasing amount of time in bed.  On one occasion, she attempted suicide using Equanil.  Consequently, neither parent devoted much time to their son, who later recollected that, from an early age, he felt "unsure of the solidity of the family",  recalling extreme tension and numerous arguments between his parents during his early years. 
The drama film Raising Jeffrey Dahmer was released in 2006. Revolving around the reactions of Dahmer's parents following his arrest in 1991, Raising Jeffrey Dahmer stars Rusty Sneary as Dahmer and co-stars Scott Cordes as Lionel.  Dahmer readily admitted to engaging in necrophilia with several of his victims' bodies, including performing sexual acts with their viscera  as he dismembered their bodies in his bathtub. Having noted that much of the blood pooled inside his victims' chest after death, Dahmer first removed their internal organs, then suspended the torso so the blood drained into his bathtub, before dicing any organs he did not wish to retain and paring the flesh from the body.  The bones he wished to dispose of were pulverized or acidified, with Soilax and bleach solutions used to aid in the preservation of the skeletons and skulls he wished to keep.  Dahmer confessed to having consumed the hearts, liver, biceps, and portions of thigh  of three victims he had killed at the Oxford Apartments (Raymond Smith, Ernest Miller and Oliver Lacy), and to have retained the flesh and organs of other victims for intended consumption.  Typically, Dahmer would tenderize the body parts he intended to consume prior to preparing meals flavored with various condiments.   [n 17] Dahmer wrapped Miller's heart, liver, biceps, and portions of flesh from the legs in plastic bags and placed them in the freezer for later consumption.  He boiled the remaining flesh and organs into a "jelly-like substance" using Soilax, which enabled him to rinse the flesh off the skeleton, which he intended to retain. To preserve the skeleton, Dahmer placed the bones in a light bleach solution for 24 hours before allowing them to dry upon a cloth for one week. The severed head was initially placed in the refrigerator before being stripped of flesh, then painted and coated with enamel. 
Where is Lionel Dahmer now?
Dahmer, Lionel (1994). A Father's Story. New York: William Morrow and Company. ISBN 978-0-688-12156-3. For the rest of his working life, Lionel was a senior research chemist and then a research supervisor in analytical chemistry. He sits at home on his typewriter and tells his wife Shari that he’s writing about “that Christmas before Jeff went into the Army”.
Following the murder of Thomas, Dahmer did not kill anyone for almost five months, although on a minimum of five occasions between October 1990 and February 1991, he unsuccessfully attempted to lure men to his apartment.  He regularly complained of feelings of both anxiety and depression to his probation officer throughout 1990, with frequent references to his sexuality, his solitary lifestyle, financial difficulties, and—shortly before Thanksgiving—his apprehension regarding meeting and facing his father and younger brother.  On several occasions, Dahmer also referred to harboring suicidal thoughts.  1991 murders Barron, James; Tabor, Mary B. W. "Dahmer Spent Years Crying Out For Attention". Tuscaloosa News. New Media Investment Group, Inc.date=August 3, 1991. pp.1A, 6A. Archived from the original on January 22, 2021 . Retrieved August 24, 2017.
Who is Lionel Dahmer?
Killer Remembered As a 'Wimp' ". Deseret News. Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret News Publishing Company. July 28, 1991. Archived from the original on July 9, 2021 . Retrieved July 6, 2021. Dahmer's murders were committed at a time of heightened racial tension in Milwaukee. A professor of community studies at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Walter Farrell, later stated race relations in the city had been "in a state of disrepair for nearly a decade" at the time of Dahmer's arrest. [n 19] In an August 1991 interview given to the Christian Science Monitor, Farrell stated that news of the murders, as well as the conduct of Milwaukee police officers John Balcerzak and Joseph Gabrish with regards to victim Konerak Sinthasomphone, exacerbated and highlighted racial tensions within the city.  O'Connor, William (July 28, 1991). "And So We Ask: Who - and Why - is This Man?". Akron Beacon Journal . Retrieved November 14, 2022.