Inside Jeffrey Dahmer's relationship with his mom Joyce Flint from chilling prison calls & guilt to her tragic death | The Sun
JEFFREY Dahmer's relationship with his mom Joyce Flint has been revealed through the release of chilling prison calls.
Joyce carried the guilt of her son's murders to her tragic death, a reporter who interviewed her claimed.
Bill Janz spoke with Joyce in 1993 and kept in contact with her until her death in 2000.
She would often share her most intimate thoughts with Janz and opened up about her relationship with Dahmer.
"When I think of what Jeff did, I stop breathing," she said, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Dahmer spoke often to him mom from prison on a weekly basis by phone and the two of them spoke about his "urges".
"I asked him, 'Do you still have these urges?' and he said, 'Yes, mom. I'm so glad I'm locked up. I'd be afraid what I'd do if I weren't locked up,'" she told Jenz.
During another call, Dahmer told his mom his victims were knocked unconscious before he conducted his sick experiments on them.
"Jeff is going to go down in history as a monster," she said.
"One of the hardest things, over and over, he tried to remind me, he told me, (the victims) were never conscious [during his experiments].
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"In his mind, in his strange mind, he didn't think he'd hurt them."
But the pain of her son's actions was all too much.
In an undated note, she wrote: "I'll be tormented in agony for eternity, just like they are," referring to her son's victims.
"Their grief will always be so terrible, and without end," she once said.
It comes as the cop who found Dahmer's vile Polariod photo collection revealed he stumbled upon something even more horrifying as he combed through his apartment.
Evil Dahmer murdered and dismembered 17 boys and men between 1978 and 1991, unnoticed by cops.
Rolf Mueller was one of the first cops to enter Dahmer's gruesome home after one of the killer's victims managed to escape and flag down two police officers.
Mueller, who died in May 2020 at the age of 67, found a freshly decapitated head, hands and genitals of a man in Dahmer's fridge.
And in the kitchen, the officer found four severed heads and a tray with two human hearts.
In the freezer, they also discovered an entire torso and bags of human organs, while seven skulls were found in his bedroom.
Mueller said he was overpowered by the stench of the fly-infested apartment.
According to the Washington Post, he said at the time: "You think you've seen it all out here, and then something like this happens."
Mueller reportedly said Dahmer gave him the "creeps" and was thankful they were able to stop him before he hurt anyone else.
The chilling photos taken by Dahmer were a crucial piece of evidence in capturing the killer.
The explicit Polaroid snaps showed Dahmer engaging in sex acts with the bodies of some of his dead victims, while others showed naked dismembered corpses in different poses.
Dahmer photographed his victims as he "wanted to keep them as mementos to keep him company", according to The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, in 1994.
It is understood the sicko also took pictures of his victims at various stages of the murder process so he could "recollect each act afterward and relive the experience", reports Biography.
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