The home, now listed for $295,000, was the location of Dahmerâs first murder in 1978. He killed, dismembered, and scattered the remains of Steven M. Hicks around the 1.5-acre property. Dahmer would later take the lives of 16 more victims. Newkirk wrote in her letter, âDahmerâs old house gives us a way to evoke sympathy for these victims and to suggest that a life-affirming diet can change everything.â It is unclear what Ms. Newkirk meant by âeverything.â
Zoning inspector and administrator Bill Funk explained that the group would, âhave a lot of hurdles to jump,â because the house is located in a Bath Township residential zone where businesses are not allowed. However, PETA spokesperson Lindsay Rajt asserts that they are serious about the proposal and they have even thought of a name and a possible menu for their future restaurant. Theyâre planning on calling the restaurant, Eat For Life: Home Cooking, and they intend to offer vegan dishes at a cost of $10 or less.
They’ve even got a a cover for their menu:
Oh, wait, that’s not it. This is it here:
So much material, so little time. Finger food that won’t cost you an arm and a leg. Guess who’s for dinner? Better than Rocky Mountain oysters! Breast or thigh? Full rack or half-rack of ribs? How’s the leg-of-Lynn today? Bonnie AppÃ©tit . . .
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