Jeffrey Dahmer hid the victim’s head and genitals in the work locker of a chocolate factory

Dahmer murdered 17 boys and men (Photo: Bureau of Prisons/Getty Images)

Jeffrey Dahmer hid the dismembered body parts of his victim Anthony Sears in his locker while working in a chocolate factory.

Sears, 26, was one of 17 boys and men Dahmer murdered in a series of murders and sexual assaults that spanned from 1978 to 1991.

After being arrested more than two decades after brutally killing his first victim, Dahmer was sentenced to life in prison, before being beaten to death by a fellow inmate in 1994.

Dahmer strangled Sears at his grandmother’s house, where he was living at the time, after meeting at Milwaukee gay club La Cage and cutting off his genitals and head as trophies.

In the Netflix documentary Conversations with a Killer: The Jeffrey Dahmer Tapes, Dr. Park Dietz, the prosecution’s forensic psychiatrist during the trial, told program officials about the gruesome way Dahmer stored Sears’ body.

He explained: “He kept his head full, not just the skull, and he also kept his genitals and he put them in an airtight container. And he put it in his locker at the chocolate factory where he worked.

Dietz continued, “It was safer than having it at Grandma’s where someone might bump into it.

Dahmer was killed by another inmate (Photo: Sipa/REX/Shutterstock)

In audio played during the three-part documentary, Dahmer’s attorney, Wendy Patrickus, asks the serial killer if he kept the genitals and head as a “companion.”

Dahmer replies, “It was just a matter of trying to preserve what I had left.

“Hopefully he will dry out and stay the way he did in life, but it didn’t work out that way. »

“By then it was pretty obvious he didn’t look like Tony anymore. It was just shrunken.

Dahmer kept body parts in his work locker (Picture: Getty)

Only one of Dahmer’s victims managed to escape, Tracy Edwards, after pretending he needed to go to the bathroom and punching the killer in the head.

In the documentary, in archive footage from a news report, Edwards tells a reporter, “I told him I had to go to the bathroom. And as I walked past the guy, I hit him, didn’t I?

‘And then I ran to the door and God had to be with me because he had like eight different locks there [the door]. And I chose the right lock from all of them.

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After fleeing Dahmer, Edwards ran into officers making the rounds in Milwaukee, informing them of the terrifying incident.

Police searched Dahmer’s home and were horrified to find Polaroid photos of dismembered victims and later found body parts, including two complete skeletons.

Conversations with a Killer: The Tapes of Jeffrey Dahmer is available to stream on Netflix Friday.

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