THE JEFFERY DAHMER POLAROID PHOTO TIKTOK CHALLENGE

Recently, tiktokers have deem it fun to create a new challenge called Jeffrey Dahmer Polaroid Challenge where they share link leading to a website where photo of Jeffery and his victims are displayed in different stages of murder and reacting to them While most stray away from such morbid topics

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Jeffrey Lionel Dahmer was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.  also known as the Milwaukee Cannibal, he  was an American serial killer and sex offender, who committed the rape, murder, and dismemberment of seventeen men and boys between 1978 and 1991.

He had a habit of taking pictures of the men he rape and killed with his Polaroid and when later asked the reason why he did this, he replied by saying he loved reliving the moment and had to take pictures to relive the moment.

Not sure how the Polaroid leaked and posted online and titkok users thought it would a fun trend to start a challenge of posting your reaction while watching the Polaroid.

With some, coming online to post their disgust and some acting all unconcerned of such pictures which garnered reaction from people asking why a human will feel nothing after watching such gruesome images. Others did go ahead to caution people from trying to go check out the image on the internet as it was truly gruesome. While this may come as a disgusting trend where people reacted how it should even be a trend in the first Place without taking into consideration how the family of the victims would feel hearing about such trend.

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Dahmer was caught and convicted of fifteen of the sixteen homicides he had committed in Wisconsin and was sentenced to fifteen terms of life imprisonment on February 17, 1992. Dahmer was later sentenced to a sixteenth term of life imprisonment for an additional homicide committed in Ohio in 1978. He died on November 28, 1994 in prison where he was beaten to death by Christopher J. Scarver Sr.