Jeffrey Dahmer Locations.

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This guide provides a list of locations relating to Jeffrey Dahmer—a notorious serial killer who murdered 17 men and teenage boys between 1978 and 1991.

Although most of these places are in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, we've also included his childhood home in Ohio.

Each entry contains addresses, GPS coordinates, photographs, and vital background information about Dahmer's crimes.

You can also use the map feature below to get a better understanding of where each place is.

Jeffrey Dahmer's apartment.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

The Oxford Apartments building was situated on North 25th Street in Milwaukee.

Between May of 1990 and July of 1991, Dahmer murdered and dismembered twelve men at this location.

The building was razed to the ground in 1992 after his shocking crimes came to light. These days, it is an empty lot.

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His grandmother's house.

West Allis, Wisconsin, United States

In December of 1981, Jeffrey was sent to live with his grandmother in West Allis.

At the time, his family felt that he was drinking too much and that he needed a fresh start someplace else.

He continued to live here until 1990, when he moved to the Oxford Apartments.

Between 1988 and 1989, Dahmer murdered three victims at his grandmother's house. He also used the cellar to dismember the remains of Steven Tuomi, whom he had beaten to death at the Ambassador Hotel.

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The Ambassador Hotel.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

On the night of September 15th, 1987, he lured his second victim, Steven Tuomi, back to the Ambassador Hotel on West Wisconsin Avenue.

The next morning, he woke up and realized that he had drunkenly beaten Tuomi to death.

Following the murder, he loaded his victim's body into a suitcase and transported it back to his grandmother's house in a taxi.

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The 219 Club.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

The 219 Club is situated on South 2nd Street in the Walker's Point neighborhood of Milwaukee.

During the 1980s and 1990s, it was a popular gay bar.

Dahmer frequented the establishment on a number of occasions. He also picked up some of his victims here.

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The Milwaukee Ambrosia Chocolate Factory.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

The Milwaukee Ambrosia Chocolate Factory was situated on North 5th Street.

Between 1985 and 1991, he worked here as a mixer.

After murdering Anthony Sears in 1989, he reportedly preserved his victim's head and kept it in his work locker.

The factory closed down in 1992 after the company decided to relocate to a new facility on Carmen Avenue. By that stage, Dahmer had already been sentenced to life in prison for his crimes.

Following its closure, the building was razed. These days, all that remains is an empty lot.

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808 North 24th Street.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

He lived in an apartment at 808 North 24th Street for a short period of time in 1988.

He moved here in September of 1988 after his grandmother asked him to leave her house in West Allis.

By that stage, she had grown tired of her grandson's drinking and "odd" behavior.

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Dahmer's childhood home.

Akron, Ohio, United States

Dahmer grew up in this house on West Bath Road, on the northwestern outskirts of Akron, Ohio.

This is the place where he committed his first known murder.

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La Cage Aux Folles.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

On March 25th, 1989, he met Anthony Sears outside of La Cage Aux Folles on South 2nd Street.

After luring Sears back to his grandmother's house in West Allis, he drugged him, strangled him to death, and dismembered his body.

He also preserved his victim's skull and kept it for two years.

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The Phoenix Bar.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

The Phoenix was situated at 235 South 2nd Street in Milwaukee.

It was here that Dahmer met two of his victims—Richard Guerrero and Edward Smith.

Although he confessed to murdering the two men, no trace of their bodies has ever been found. To this day, they remain listed as missing people.

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