Secret weapon serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer who was used to evade police arrest at least 6 times is revealed by the author

JEFFREY Dahmer told investigators that the police nearly got him on several occasions, but he was “soft-spoken” and “respectful,” which FBI documents said allowed him to “talk his way out of problems.”

Some of these close encounters have been depicted in the Netflix documentaries, most notably the time Dahmer’s neighbor Glenda Cleveland caught him with a naked, bleeding and drugged 14-year-old Konerak Sinthasomphone on May 27, 1991.

Jeffrey Dahmer is in court shortly after his arrest in August 1991

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Jeffrey Dahmer is in court shortly after his arrest in August 1991Photo credit: AP:Associated Press
Dahmer killed 17 people between 1978 and 1991

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Dahmer killed 17 people between 1978 and 1991Credit: Alamy
Fortunately, Dahmer escaped arrest because of poor police work, he told investigators, according to FBI documents

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Fortunately, Dahmer escaped arrest because of poor police work, he told investigators, according to FBI documentsPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty

On the show, Cleveland alerted police, but officers chalked it up to a love affair and didn’t investigate further.

Dahmer said he was “terrified” and expected to be caught that night, according to FBI documents obtained by The US Sun.

If police had taken Sinthasomphone to the hospital, they would have found the holes Dahmer drilled in the teenager’s skull, Dahmer told investigators, the FBI documents said.

Instead, officers bought Dahmer’s story about how they were lovers after he showed them photos.

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Sometimes he was sarcastic or made jokes so as not to be discovered, says self-publishing author Gisela K., who dealt with Dahmer and his case for her book “The Milwaukee Monster”.

“When he murdered Steven Tuomi at the Ambassador Hotel, he doesn’t remember it,” Gisela told The US Sun.

“He booked an extra night, went out and bought a suitcase and then wheeled the bag out of the hotel with Tuomi inside.

“He was still living with his grandmother and his driver’s license had expired, so he needed a taxi home. When the taxi driver pulled up, he asked for help to load the bag into the taxi.

“The driver giggled and asked if he had a body there or something, and Dahmer also laughed and said, ‘Yeah, something like that.'”

Gisela said Dahmer divided everything going back to his childhood, “which actually helped him go undetected for so long.”

Some of his neighbors thought he was “quiet” and “pleasant,” Dahmer told investigators, according to FBI documents.

And he talked about The Exorcist III and Star Wars movies while working with his packed lunch at the chocolate factory without sharing anything about his “other life,” Gisela said.

I should have been caught after the first murder

Dahmer admitted to investigators that the police should have caught him after his first murder, “but the police weren’t thorough.”

Police attracted Dahmer after he killed Steven Hicks in June 1978 and stuffed his dismembered body in garbage bags.

After police asked what was in the bags and what smelled, he told them he would take trash to the city’s dump, but police never checked the bags, according to FBI documents.

Instead, they gave him a ticket and let him go, but the encounter “terrified” him that he went almost 10 years without killing again, according to FBI documents.

SEARCH FOR MISSED BODY PARTS

Dahmer told investigators police issued a search warrant at his home after a 1988 murder and found nude photos in his drawer, but missed the human skull.

He said he “spent six days in jail waiting for the police to come back and confront him about that fact, but the police never did,” the FBI documents said.

He told investigators about two other near misses when police found a skull he painted in his closet, which they believed to be a fake, FBI documents say.

Another time when police questioned him about a murder in the building while he had the body in his bedroom.

DAHMERS BACKGROUND STORY

Dahmer murdered 17 people between 1978 and 1991.

He cut up most of his victims, kept body parts as trophies and cannibalized some of his victims for sexual gratification, he told investigators, according to FBI documents

Dahmer lured his victims – almost all of whom were either Hispanic or Black and part of LGBT communities – back to his apartment and offered to pay them for nude photos.

His apartment was equipped with $400 worth of security cameras, according to FBI documents, and had various locks on the bedroom, bathroom, and front door.

Once inside, he followed a similar MO that began sneaking tranquilizers into his victims’ drinks.

In the FBI files, Dahmer said he used fans to try and get rid of the smell, which was a key part of the Netflix series because his neighbor Cleveland couldn’t escape the smell coming in through the air vents.

Dahmer was eventually arrested on July 22, 1991 after one of his victims, Tracy Edwards, escaped and led officers to his home.

Searching his home, officers discovered a nightstand drawer full of disturbing Polaroid photos of his victims and their dismembered bodies.

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As of September 14, 1991, he was charged with 16 murders, many of which were committed at his home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Dahmer received multiple life sentences, but he served less than a year in prison before fellow inmate Christopher Scarver stabbed him to death in a prison in 1992.

Neighbors gather near a Milwaukee apartment building on July 24, 1991 as police continued to investigate Dahmer's home

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Neighbors gather near a Milwaukee apartment building on July 24, 1991 as police continued to investigate Dahmer’s homePhoto credit: AP:Associated Press
Dahmer's mugshot

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Dahmer’s mug shotCredit: Alamy
On one occasion, Dahmer told investigators they asked about a third-floor murder while he had a body in his bedroom

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On one occasion, Dahmer told investigators they asked about a third-floor murder while he had a body in his bedroomPhoto credit: Reuters

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