Twisted Jeffrey Dahmer told final would-be victim that he would ‘eat his heart’

Sick killer Jeffrey Dahmer told his final would-be victim he would "eat his heart" before he was finally brought to justice and arrested.

Police found themselves facing off against Dahmer in his home on this day in 1991, where Tracy Edwards informed police of his actions, which included Dahmer brandishing a knife.

It was upon their arrival at his home where police made discoveries leading to Dahmer's arrest, including a severed head in the fridge and a 57-gallon drum of three victims' torsos.

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The chilling discoveries were made by Milwaukee, United States police force members after Mr Edwards complained of a "freak" who had tried to handcuff him.

Dahmer, who killed 17 men between 1978 and 1991, was found in his home watching The Exorcist III and brandishing nude photographs of his victims.

Mr Edwards informed police of the horrifying intentions after Dahmer, who had taken him back to his home, pressed a knife against his chest and warned him he would eat his heart.

After a terrifying confrontation with police, Tracy took two officers back to Dahmer's home, Apartment 213, where Dahmer uttered his last words as a free man.

The sicko's murderous rampage came to an end after officers confirmed multiple dead bodies in his apartment, including a freshly severed head in the bottom shelf of his fridge.

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Officer Robert Rauth, the man who tackled Dahmer to the ground and slapped the handcuffs on him, heard Dahmer's final words before he was jailed.

The grim killer, who was held to the ground by officers, is believed to have said: "For what I did I should be dead."

A total of four severed heads were found in the kitchen following the arrest, seven skulls, some of which were painted, as well as two entire skeletons.

Upon concluding the search of Dahmer's apartment, a chief examiner said: "It was more like dismantling someone's museum than an actual crime scene."

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