Jeffrey Dahmer tried to create his perfect Zombie mate to be a sex slave by freeze-drying bodies, author says English Headline

JEFFREY Dahmer told investigators that he tried to create “love slaves” by turning them into “zombies”, according to FBI documents.

The “Milwaukee cannibal” told law enforcement that his sexual fantasies took complete control over him and he wanted his victims to “do everything he needed,” according to FBI documents obtained by The U.S. Sun.

Jeffrey Lionel Dahmer murdered 17 men and boys between 1978 and 1991


Jeffrey Lionel Dahmer murdered 17 men and boys between 1978 and 1991Credit: Getty Images – Getty
Self-published author Gisela K, who studied Dahmer for her book, told The U.S. Sun that he tried to create a 'zombie' because he wasn't strong enough to physically overpower his victims


Self-published author Gisela K, who studied Dahmer for her book, told The U.S. Sun that he tried to create a ‘zombie’ because he wasn’t strong enough to physically overpower his victimsCredit: Instagram/grizzlytruecrime

He drilled a hole in the frontal lobes of his victims’ brain and poured muriatic acid into it, which he told investigators “worked at first” but then the victims died.

Self-published author Gisela K., who studied Dahmer and his case for her book “The Milwaukee Monster,” said: “He wanted to wipe out their consciousness while keeping them alive.”

He tried this on Errol Lindsey, Tony Hughes and Konerak Sinthasomphone in 1991 and “then gave up on the idea”, Gisela told The U.S. Sun.

He also tried to “freeze dry the perfect mate, so he could continually have sex with the body,” the FBI documents say. This method failed too.

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Dahmer felt like he needed to try these methods because “he wasn’t all that strong,” Gisela told The U.S. Sun. “He wasn’t going to physically overpower his victims to get them to bend to his will.”

Creating a zombie or “freeze-drying his perfect mate” led to his victims’ deaths, but Dahmer told investigators he didn’t want to kill them. He called it the “least satisfactory part”.

“I did not enjoy doing that. That’s why I tried to create living zombies with uric acid in the drill, but it never worked,” according to a quote attributed to Dahmer in Gisela’s book.

“No, the killing was not the objective. I just wanted to have the person under my complete control, not having to consider their wishes, being able to keep them there as long as I wanted.”

It was all about compulsive sexual fantasies that he tried to drown with alcohol and satisfy with pornography, Gisela said.

Actor Evan Peters’ portrayal of graphic sexual scenes in Netflix’s most recent series set it apart from previous documentaries and movies about Dahmer, she said.

“I think this time, they really went a little further graphically speaking, by showing the sexual attraction he had to even the insides of fish and roadkill and things like that,” Gisela said.

“I found that very interesting how they showed the sexual element, because it’s so important, especially in Dahmer’s psychology. Often that’s kind of skipped over or they say it’s porn’s fault.”

In the FBI documents, Dahmer told investigators his “sole purpose for living, the driving force behind his existence was his need for pleasure.”

But getting caught “was his worst nightmare,” according to the FBI documents, and murder became a byproduct of his obsession.


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 photographs.

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

Once inside, he followed a similar MO that started out by sneaking sedatives in his victims’ drinks.

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

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

While searching his home, officers discovered a bedside table drawer full of disturbing Polaroid photographs of his victims and their dismembered bodies.

By September 14, 1991, he was charged with 16 murders, many of them committed at his apartment in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Dahmer was given 16 consecutive life terms, with the last one being in May 1992, for the murder of his first victim hitchhiker Steven Hicks, 18.

Fellow inmate Christopher Scarver murdered Dahmer in prison in February 1992.

Dahmer's victim Errol Lindsey


Dahmer’s victim Errol LindseyCredit: A&E
Dahmer's victim Tony Hughes


Dahmer’s victim Tony HughesCredit: Getty – Contributor
Daher's victim Konerak Sinthasomphone


Daher’s victim Konerak SinthasomphoneCredit: A&E
Actor Evan Peters as Jeffrey Dahmer in Netflix's series


Actor Evan Peters as Jeffrey Dahmer in Netflix’s seriesCredit: TV Handout

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