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.
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.
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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