Jeffrey Dahmer's Childhood Home Up For Sale

Posted: Apr 7 2014, 2:04pm CDT | by , in News | Other Stuff


House is open for tors by serious buyers only

Jeffrey Dahmer was one of the most notorious serial killers in the history of the US. Dahmer was active from 1978 through 1991 and is known to have killed 17 people. The home where the notorious killer grew up and committed his first murder is now up for sale reports CBS News.

This isn't the first time the home has been on the market. The home, located in Bath, Ohio is a three bedroom house in a wealthy neighborhood near Akron. The home was listed two years ago and was then pulled off the market. The reason it was taken off the market according to one realtor had to do with the poor housing market and the notorious pas of the home.

Current owner, Chris Butler said, "If you can get past that little problem, you'll have a wonderful place to live."

Butler purchased the home in 2005 because of its style and the wooded lot. He said, "The fact that it was Jeffrey Dahmer's house was not an attraction. I am not a ghoul. I am not interested in the supernatural."

Dahmer lived in the house from the age of 8 and killed his first person there, a hitchhiker he brought home and then he hid the remains in the woods. The realtor says the home is open for serious buyers to tour, but not for tours of those only interested in the place where Dahmer lived. "This is not a museum," he said.

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