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Jeffrey Dahmer’s jail specs on the market at $150K in midst of Netflix collection


The prison specs worn by notorious serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer are up for grabs — for a hefty $150,000.

A Canadian collector hoping to cash in on revived interest in the Milwaukee cannibal’s deadly exploits — courtesy of a new Netflix series on Dahmer — says he’s willing to part with the eyeglasses for a price, according to a report by TMZ.

Taylor James, who owns Vancouver-based Cult Collectibles, told the outlet he got his hands on Dahmer’s glasses from the killer’s dad after his son was beaten to death inside a Wisconsin prison in 1994 — part of Taylor’s vast collection of Dahmer paraphernalia.

Dahmer’s father, Lionel, agreed to have Taylor manage the merchandise for a cut of the profits, the morbid collector said.

The prison specs worn by Jeffrey Dahmer are for sale for $150,000.
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Jeffrey Dahmer brutally tortured and killed 17 boys and men between the late 1970s and early 1990s.
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Other items in The Dahmer Collection

include the killer’s prison Bible for $6,000, his urn, which sells for $250,000, and a fifth-grade class picture up for sale for $3,500.

Dahmer brutally tortured and killed 17 boys and men between the late 1970s and early 1990s — eating or preserving the body parts of some of his victims.

The grotesque killings are the subject of the controversial new Netflix series, “Dahmer: Moster — The Jeffrey Dahmer Story,” which has sparked new interest in the serial killer.

Jeffrey Dahmer mughsot in August 1982 .
Jeffrey Dahmer’s mugshot from August 1982.
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Suspected serial killer Jeffrey L. Dahmer enters the courtroom of judge Jeffrey A. Wagner 06 August 1991.
The killings are the subject of the new Netflix series, “Dahmer: Moster — The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.”
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Mug shots of Dahmer after his 1991 arrest show him wearing eyeglasses.

Taylor said he had two pairs up for sale, recently peddling one of them to a private buyer — and now is giving the public a chance at the second pair of specs.



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