You can buy Jeffrey Dahmer’s urn for $250K

This Dahmer-morabilia costs an arm and a leg.

With interest in Jeffrey Dahmer skyrocketing thanks to the hit Netflix miniseries, an enterprising hawker is cashing in on the craze by selling the serial killer’s alleged urn, along with Dahmer memorabilia.

“The Milwaukee Monster’s ash vase is the rarest true crime item I will ever have on this site,” Taylor James, who runs the Vancouver, Canada-based “true crime murderabilia” bazaar Cult Collectibles, told Jam Press.

His spine-tingling site sells a smorgasbord of artifacts associated with notorious alleged murderers, including the Yorkshire Ripper and the acquitted O.J. Simpson.

A "True Crime" site is hawking Jeffrey Dahmer's alleged urn for $250,000.
A true crime site is hawking Dahmer’s alleged urn for $250,000.

However, Dahmer’s urn is by far the most expensive, running prospective buyers an eye-popping $250,000.

Accompanying photos show a metal container and a bag that allegedly housed the ashes of the notorious man-eater, who murdered 17 men and boys — and ate some of their corpses — between 1978 and 1991 before getting apprehended.

The listing says it only entertains “serious inquiries” and will not accept “trades or payment plans.”

It’s yet unclear if this is Dahmer’s actual urn. The felon, who was killed in jail in 1994, was indeed cremated in 1995 and his ashes were divided and given to his parents. The murderer’s brain was not initially cremated as his mom, Joyce Flint, argued to preserve it for scientific research. However, a judge ordered the brain to be cremated later that year, siding with his dad, Lionel Dahmer.

However, the last location of his remains is unknown — despite the fact his dad is still alive. The Medina County, Ohio, resident prefers staying out of the public eye, but wrote a book about his life. Flint died in 2000.

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An urn that allegedly housed serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer's ashes.
An urn that allegedly houses Dahmer’s ashes.

A bible that Dhmaer allegedly read while in prison.
A bible that Dahmer allegedly read while in prison.

American serial killer and sex offender Jeffrey Dahmer, aka The Butcher of Milwaukee, is indicted on 17 murder charges, men and boys of African or Asian descent, between 1978 and 1991.
American serial killer and sex offender Dahmer, a k a the Butcher of Milwaukee, was indicted on 17 murder charges of men and boys between 1978 and 1991.

Don’t worry if you can’t afford the Milwaukee Cannibal’s alleged final resting place. Taylor hawks a museum’s worth of other macabre Dahmer mementos, including the killer’s “Prison Bible,” which he allegedly read in prison after he was baptized.

“This is a Bible gifted to Jeffrey Dahmer while in prison from a church congregation,” the description claims. “The book has his name embossed on the cover, misspelled as ‘Dalmer.’ Inside the front cover are dedications from children from the church.”

The Bible, which costs a cool $10,000, will “include a copy of the inventory list, showing all items in Jeff’s prison cell at the time of his death,” per the site.

Other collectibles up for sale include Dahmer’s police deposition documents, a letter that was reportedly featured in “Monster,” and a photo of the killer in fifth grade, which is selling for a shocking $3,500.

Jeffrey Dahmer mughsot from August 1982.
Dahmer’s mugshot from August 1982.
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Cult Collectibles haws a smorgasbord of alleged Dahmer memorabilia.
Cult Collectibles offers a smorgasbord of alleged Dahmer memorabilia.
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The listings are going viral amid the popularity of Ryan Murphy’s “Dahmer — Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story,” which smashed streaming records on Netflix. The series, which stars Evan Peters in the title role, became the platform’s ninth most-watched English-language show of all time, logging a whopping 496.1 million viewing hours to date.

Meanwhile, at least 56 million homes have watched all 10 episodes of the series, which follows the blood-spattered escapades of Dahmer as told from the points of view of his victims.

While undoubtedly popular, “Dahmer” didn’t sit well with many of the serial killer’s victims’ families, who felt like watching the show made them relive past trauma.

One of the outraged relatives, Eric Perry, whose 19-year-old cousin Errol Lindsey was brutally murdered by Dahmer in July 1991, wrote on Twitter: “I’m not telling anyone what to watch, I know true crime media is huge rn, but if you’re actually curious about the victims, my family (the Isbell’s) are pissed about this show.”

The Milwaukee Monster's ash vase is the "rarest true crime item I will ever have on this site," describes Taylor James, boss of Cult Collectibles, a Canada-based "True Crime Murderabilia" bazaar.
The Milwaukee Monster’s ash vase is the “rarest true crime item I will ever have on this site,” said Taylor James, boss of Cult Collectibles.
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Cult Collectibles is selling a photo of Dahmer in the fifth grade for a whopping $3,500.
Cult Collectibles is selling a photo of Dahmer in the fifth grade for a whopping $3,500.
Jam Press/@cultcollectibles

He also included an eerie side-by-side, juxtaposing a pic of his cousin, Rita Isbell, testifying at Dahmer’s trial with one of the series’ reenactments.

Isbell claimed that Netflix did not consult or pay her for the reenactment of her emotional courtroom outburst.

“When I saw some of the show, it bothered me, especially when I saw myself — when I saw my name come across the screen and this lady saying verbatim exactly what I said,” Isbell reportedly said. “If I didn’t know any better, I would’ve thought it was me. Her hair was like mine, she had on the same clothes.”

She added, “That’s why it felt like reliving it all over again. It brought back all the emotions I was feeling back then.”