AFTER the release of Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story on Netflix, the world was amazed at how a serial killer managed to get away with 17 murders.
One of those murders was that of Ernest Miller, and here’s everything we know about him.
Who was Ernest Mueller?
Ernest Miller, also known as Ronald Marquez Miller, was hoping to become a professional dancer when he was murdered at the age of 22.
After graduating from Milwaukee High School of the Arts in the West Division, he worked for some time.
Miller was about to take courses at an art school in Chicago before his life came to an end.
His aunt Vivian Miller spoke about his talents and upbringing.
She said: “He was a talented dancer.
“He sang and performed when he was young and used to sing in church.”
At Jeffrey Dahmer’s trial, Ernest’s uncle Stanley Miller spoke about how there is no place in this world for a person like Jeffrey.
He said: “In a civilized society there is no place for anyone who shows no respect for life.
“I am not for the death penalty, but you are the perfect candidate.”
What happened to Ernst Mueller?
Ernest Miller and Jeffrey Dahmer met outside a bookstore on North 27th Street.
Miller was visiting his aunt in Milwaukee over Labor Day weekend.
Dahmer invited Miller to his apartment and offered him money for sex.
Miller followed him and after the fact, Dahmer drugged the 22-year-old and cut his throat.
Dahmer distressed his biceps in the freezer, painted his skull, and bleached his skeleton as well.
Who were Jeffrey Dahmer’s other victims?
Unfortunately, Ernest Miller wasn’t Dahmer’s only victim.
He slaughtered and sometimes cannibalized at least 17 young men and boys, earning him the nickname “Milwaukee Monster.”
The men were between 14 and 32 years old and most of them belonged to gay ethnic minorities.
His other victims were:
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