In part two, the final part of this series on Jeffrey Dahmer, we return back to July 27, 1981 in Hollywood Florida, where six-year-old Adam Walsh goes missing from a Sears store, and on that same day 34-year-old Willis Morgan was in the Radio Shack at the Hollywood, Florida Mall, when a disheveled man, reeking of alcohol approached him. The man was trying to talk to Morgan, perhaps flirtatiously."I didn't respond to his overtures," says Morgan, but despite that "he just wouldn't leave." Morgan recalls this man as being "so desperate, so lonely for someone to talk to." He was a "goofy guy that was lonely, that was looking for someone to talk to." The man, says Morgan was "unkempt and dirty" and had a "dead look in his eyes." "He was lonely, he just wanted anybody," says Morgan. After the man dejectedly stomped away, Morgan says he was "keeping an eye on him" and recalls seeing the man enter the Sears department store. On that day, several other shoppers encountered or spotted this man as well, who they claim to be the Milwaukee Cannibal, Jeffery Dahmer. Was it possible Dahmer actually murdered 6 year old Adam Walsh?
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all of the research and writing for this series was done by our very own Stephanie Kemmerer, who also conducted phone interviews for this series with criminologist, profiler, author, and host of the podcast "Murder Was the Case"..Dr.Lee Mellor, and Willis Morris, author of the book "Frustrated Witness!" A big thank you to both of you for taking the time out to speak with Stephanie and helping give input & information into this series on the Milwaukee Cannibal.