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A mystery we may never solve
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cetaceandreams:

Levitate

Wingardium leviorca
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dance-0f-the-damned:

Jeffrey Dahmer’s famous Apartment 213 was located at the Oxford Apartments—924 N. 25th street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The official Police Inventory for the contents of his apartment are as follows:
The Kitchen
The refrigerator, containing a head, facing upward from a cardboard box on the bottom shelf, blood drippings and condiments. 
The freezer portion of this refrigerator contained three plastic bags: two each contained a heart and the other contained a portion of muscle. 
A floor-standing freezer, containing three additional heads, a bag containing a torso, and a bag containing internal organs.
The Hallway Closet
Formaldehyde, ether, and chloroform - Dahmer used the formaldehyde to preserve various body parts. He attempted to use the ether to drug his victims, but found that it was not as effective as sleeping pills. 
Two bleached skulls. 
An aluminum kettle containing two hands and one set of male genitalia.
The Bedroom
Bloodstains on the walls. A bed, with a bloodstained mattress and pillowcase. 
A large knife - this was the knife used to attack Tracy Edwards and likely the knife used to cut Ernest Miller’s throat. 
A Polaroid camera - Dahmer used a Polaroid camera to take pictures of nearly every one of his victims when both alive and dead. 
A metal filing cabinet which contained three painted skulls, a complete skeleton, 74 polaroid photographs of Dahmer’s victims, and two paper bags, containing a dried scalp and another set of male genitalia - Dahmer painted most of his trophy skulls with a granite colored enamel spray paint. Dahmer hoped that if anyone saw the skulls, they would appear to be fake. 
A box with a styrofoam lid, containing two skulls. 
A 57-gallon plastic drum filled with acid, containing three torsos in various stages of decomposition - Dahmer used this drum to store and dissolve body parts.
Miscellaneous Items
Jug of Clorox bleach - used to bleach bones and skulls. 
Odorsorb and incense sticks - decomposing flesh created a stench in Dahmer’s apartment so bad that neighbors often complained. 
Four boxes of muriatic acid - Dahmer had purchased these at Ace Hardware just days before his arrest. He used the acid to dissolve portions of dismembered corpses. 
Six boxes of Soilex - Dahmer used a Soilex/water mixture to boil bones. After being boiled in the solution, flesh would wash off of the bones. 
Identification cards of several of Dahmer’s victims. 
A 3/8” drill, a 1/16” drill bit, and a hypodermic needle - Dahmer drilled holes into several of his victim’s heads and injected acid in at attempt to create zombies. 
A claw hammer and a handsaw - Dahmer used this saw to dismember his victims. 
Pornographic videos, including Cocktales, Chippendales Tall Dark and Handsome, Rock Hard, Hard Men II, Hard Men III, Peep Show, and Tropical Heat Wave. 
Non-pornographic videos, including The Exorcist II, Return of the Jedi, a lecture on evolution, and an episode of The Cosby Show. 
A King James Version bible.
Source: http://everything2.com/title/the+contents+of+Jeffrey+Dahmer%2527s+apartment
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caxcma:

A dumb thing I did instead of hurting myself.
Sleep by flatsound
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have a cuddly monday
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relax! it’s tuesday
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have a wistful wednesday
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have a jazzy thursday
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put your hands together for friday
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