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Jeffrey Dahmer's grandmother's house

Serial Killer House in West Allis, Wisconsin, United States

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The hotel where Jeffrey Dahmer murdered Steven Tuomi

Roughly 4 miles away.

Crime Location in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

In September of 1987, serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer murdered 24-year-old Steven Tuomi at the Ambassador Hotel in Milwaukee.

Afterwards, he put Tuomi's body into a suitcase and brought it back to his grandmother's house.

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Jeffrey Dahmer's North 24th Street apartment

Roughly 4 miles away.

Serial Killer House in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

Serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer lived at this apartment building on North 24th Street for a short period of time in 1988.

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Jeffrey Dahmer's apartment

Roughly 4 miles away.

Serial Killer House in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

Between May of 1990 and July of 1991, serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer murdered twelve men at this location in the Avenues West neighborhood of Milwaukee.

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The bar where Jeffrey Dahmer picked up Anthony Sears

Roughly 4 miles away.

Crime Location in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

In March of 1989, serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer picked up 24-year-old Anthony Sears outside of this bar in Milwaukee.

Later that night, he murdered Sears at his grandmother's house in West Allis.

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The bar where Jeffrey Dahmer picked up Richard Guerrero and Edward Smith

Roughly 5 miles away.

Crime Location in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

This is the bar where serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer picked up 21-year-old Richard Guerrero and 28-year-old Edward Smith.

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The bar where Jeffrey Dahmer picked up several victims

Roughly 5 miles away.

Place of Interest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

This is the location of the 219 Club.

During the 1990s, the gay bar gained notoriety after it was revealed that Jeffrey Dahmer had picked up victims at the establishment.

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The factory where Jeffrey Dahmer worked

Roughly 6 miles away.

Place of Interest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

Between 1985 and 1991, serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer worked as a mixer at the Milwaukee Ambrosia Chocolate Factory on North 5th Street.

The factory was closed in 1992. These days, all that remains is an empty lot.

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John Wayne Gacy's house

Roughly 89 miles away.

Serial Killer House in Chicago, Illinois, United States

This is the lot where John Wayne Gacy's house once stood.

The original house was demolished in 1979.

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The house where Richard Speck murdered eight student nurses

Roughly 114 miles away.

Crime Location in Chicago, Illinois, United States

In July of 1966, Richard Speck murdered eight student nurses at this house on East 100th Street in Chicago.

Miraculously, one woman managed to survive the attack by hiding underneath a bed.

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Bernice Worden's hardware store

Roughly 141 miles away.

Crime Location in Plainfield, Wisconsin, United States

In November of 1957, Ed Gein shot and killed a 58-year-old widow named Bernice Worden at this hardware store in Plainfield, Wisconsin.

Afterwards, he brought her body back to his farmhouse.

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Ed Gein's house

Roughly 143 miles away.

Serial Killer House in Plainfield, Wisconsin, United States

Convicted murderer and grave robber Ed Gein lived at this location in Plainfield, Wisconsin, until his arrest in November of 1957.

His house was burned to the ground the following year.

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The location where the mob buried the Spilotro brothers

Roughly 175 miles away.

Crime Location in Enos, Indiana, United States

In June of 1986, mobsters Anthony and Michael Spilotro were murdered by their bosses.

Afterwards, they were buried in this cornfield near Enos, Indiana.

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The house where Gene Gilbert murdered his family

Roughly 188 miles away.

Crime Location in Delmar, Iowa, United States

In January of 1981, Gene Gilbert murdered his family at this house in the small farming community of Delmar, Iowa.

Afterwards, he traveled to his father's home in South Dakota and committed suicide.

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