In never-before-released phone discussions between serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer and his father, he discussed keeping body pieces of his victims.

Between 1978 and 1991, Dahmer murdered 17 men and boys in Wisconsin and Ohio.

Dahmer’s heinous murder spree included drugging and sexually assaulting his victims before killing them and cannibalizing sections of their bodies.

In 1992, he was convicted and sent to the Columbia Correctional Institution, where he remained until 1994, when he was slain by another inmate.

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Previously unseen audio involving discussions with his father Lionel have been presented in a new documentary titled My Son Jeffrey: The Dahmer Family audio, which will debut this week on Fox Nation.

In one recording, Dahmer tells his father about an event at his grandmother’s house where they nearly “came to blows.”

“I wanted to share something with you,” he continued. Remember when you went to see Grandma? Remember that one-by-one-foot square box?

“It was made of wood, but it had a metal covering, and you insisted on opening it because you thought I had pornography magazines.”

“Yes, that is right, I did,” his father said. I never considered anything else.”

“I was arguing with you because I did not want to open it up,” Dahmer added. We almost fought, so I walked out the door and returned two minutes later.

“I apologized, and you were on your way down to the basement to break the locks and open the case.”

“You know what was in it, do not you?” he revealed later. The last victim’s mummified head and genitals at the West Allis area.”

Dahmer murdered Jamie Doxtator, Richard Guerrero, and Anthony Sears at the West Allis area, but the bodies of the victims are unknown.

In another audio, Lionel, who is now in his 70s, admits to having ‘strange thoughts’ when he was younger.

“What was the very first fantasy you could remember having that you thought was kind of strange or disturbing?” he inquired.

“I had strange thoughts as a child, too,” he continued. “You are exactly like me, Jeff.”

“The Jeffrey Dahmer case has captivated the public for over three decades,” said Fox Nation President Jason Klarman. “Now, with these exclusive tapes released for the very first time, viewers will hear from Dahmer in his own words and gain insight into his relationship with his father.”


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