BATH TWP., Ohio – The childhood home in Bath Township where notorious serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer murdered his first victim is once again up for sale.
Rich Lubinski, real estate agent for Stouffer Realty, said the 2,000-square-foot house at 4480 W. Bath Road has been on the market for 12 days and is listed at $295,000. The price has been reduced from $329,000.
“About 50 percent of the people I talk to about the home are immediately disinterested because of the history, but half the people don’t care. The house didn’t kill anybody. There’s nothing going on here. It’s not haunted. It’s just a house,” Lubinski said.
In the summer of 1991, police converged on the home, and for one week, dug for answers in a 13-year-old mystery.
They found the scattered remains of Steven Hicks, a hitchhiker who was picked up by Dahmer in 1978 and killed inside his home.
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