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(11 Alive)   Jeffrey Dahmer's childhood home for sale, with a fantastic dining room that is perfect for having friends for dinner   (11alive.com) divider line 4
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2014-04-02 04:23:55 PM
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Roughly a third of the pictures showcased an absolutely amazing home stereo system that won't come with the sale.

Another third shows the geographical features not included with the home's land.

The final third show a house that doesn't look like it's had any updates since it was built in 1978.

That house isn't going to sell for $300,000. The Realtor will get a lot of free advertising though.
2014-04-02 07:33:09 PM
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Pangea: Roughly a third of the pictures showcased an absolutely amazing home stereo system that won't come with the sale.

Another third shows the geographical features not included with the home's land.

The final third show a house that doesn't look like it's had any updates since it was built in 1978.

That house isn't going to sell for $300,000. The Realtor will get a lot of free advertising though.


Why do real estate photographers waste so much time photographing the current occupants' possessions? Surprised we didn't see the old standby "shower curtained bathtub with toilet beside it" photo. Maybe it clashed with the 70s-era pastel orange sinks.

This place has been on the market for several years now. They're not going to get $300K for it. They'd probably be better off turning it into a "Serial Killer Museum."
2014-04-02 04:48:41 PM
1 votes:
http://www.nytimes.com/1991/07/31/us/ bone-fragments-many-human-are-fou nd-at-suspect-s-ohio-home.html

FTFA:
After hours of combing through woods and underbrush, local officials today found more than 50 bone fragments, some of which may be the remains of Jeffrey L. Dahmer's first murder victim.
At a news conference this afternoon beside Mr. Dahmer's former home, where the fragments were recovered, the officials said they found pieces of skull, ribs and vertebrae that might belong to Steven M. Hicks, a 19-year-old Coventry Township man who disappeared on June 18, 1978.
The officials also said they found a "substantial quantity of blood" and a bloody handprint in the crawl space under Mr. Dahmer's former home in this small town northwest of Akron.
2014-04-02 01:07:50 PM
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FTFA: Lubinski reminds people that "this house never killed anyone."

No, but if I recall correctly, Dahmer did make his first kill at that house. Then, at least according to him, once he'd disposed of the fleshy bits, he broke up the guys bones with a hammer and scattered them in the yard. So there would still be at least one of his victims mixed in with your beautiful lawn.
 
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