Steven Tuomi: The Untold Truth Revealed Behind His Murder 

Steven Tuomi

A young guy named Steven Walter, Steve Tuomi, disappeared in 1987. He was the victim of the serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.

He was never prosecuted for the murder even though Jeffrey Dahmer, a serial murderer, is believed to have slain him; however, his body has never been found.

The bodies of Dahmer’s other three victims, Eddie Smith, Richard Guerrero, David Thomas, and Steven Tuomi, have also not yet been discovered.

The Netflix documentary “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” explores the life and crimes of legendary serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, whose reign of terror spanned from 1978 to 1991.

Although most of Milwaukee Cannibal’s victims were black men, Steven Tuomi was one of the few white persons to perish at his hands.

Also noteworthy about the murder is Jeffrey’s claim that he had no intention of killing the young guy, despite his own death has caused him to rediscover his bloodlust.

Who Was Steven Tuomi?

Steven was quite an average guy. He was reared in Ontonagon, Michigan, and in 1981 he graduated from Ontonagon Area High School. 

Tuomi left behind his entire clothing and multiple paychecks from his job before disappearing, hinting suspiciousness.

Three months after he was last seen, in December, his family finally reported Steven missing to the police after making vain attempts to find him on their own.

However, they didn’t find out where he had gone until 1991. 

In 1991, authorities managed to apprehend infamous serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, also known as the Milwaukee Cannibal.

How Did Jeffrey Dahmer Kill Steven Tuomi?

Following his resignation from his position as a server at a restaurant in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Steven Tuomi, went missing on September 15, 1987. 

He was 24 at the time, and he disappeared with no trace.

Ontonagon County, Michigan native Steven Tuomi was only 25 years old when he died. 

He was defined by many who knew him as a cheerful and energetic person who seemed to love life and was consistently willing to help others.

Everywhere he went, Steven was known for being amiable and making friends quickly.

However, Jeffrey wasn’t sure whether he could take Steven back to his house because he was living with his grandmother at the time. 

As a result, the two opted to spend the night in a room at the Ambassador Hotel in Milwaukee. 

Once in the motel, the serial killer began drugging his partner out of desperation to keep him under control.

According to Dahmer, he only wanted to drug Tuomi and r*pe him while he was still alive. Tuomi Visit the location to view the ongoing show. 

Steven Tuomi and Dahmer met on November 20, 1987, at a gay bar close to the Ambassador Hotel. 

They later met, had a consensual i*tercourse, and then Dahmer convinced Tuomi to return to his room before killing him.

Steven’s body was also covered with bruises, and the corners of his mouth were streaming with blood.

While everything was going on, Jeffrey saw that one of his forearms and his fists had been bruised during the scuffle. 

The serial murderer later stated that he didn’t remember killing Steven, but he was aware that he needed to get rid of the body.

Because of this, he transported his victim’s body to his grandmother’s house in a big suitcase, dismembered him, and dissolved his flesh in acid.

Before dismembering Steven and dissolving his flesh in acid, Jeffrey packed his victim’s body in a large suitcase and transported it to his grandmother’s home. 

Steven’s remains were never discovered even after Jeffrey’s arrest since the victim’s bones had also been broken and disposed of. 

Although Jeffrey Dahmer was not arrested for his disappearance, and his body was never discovered, it is thought that the serial murderer killed him.

It’s interesting to note that during the 1993 Inside Edition interview, Jeffrey Dahmer discussed Steven Tuomi and revealed that, although having no intention of going on a killing spree, Steven’s untimely death gave rise to his violent impulses.

Jeffrey Has No Intention Of Killing Steven

Steven Tuomi, according to Dahmer, was one of his victims. 

Dahmer remembered that he had killed Steven Tuomi in a rented room at the Ambassador Hotel in Milwaukee, despite initially claiming he couldn’t remember the specifics of Tuomi’s death.

After being detained, Jeffrey stated that his only intentions were to lie next to Steven and not to kill him. The following morning, though, he discovered his victim lying beneath him with his chest collapsed.

Dahmer claimed he took the body back to his grandmother’s house, dismembered it there, and then threw the pieces away in the trash.

The “Milwaukee Cannibal” was regrettably never accused of killing Tuomi since his remains were never found.