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AP Photo This photo taken Thursday shows the Walker's Point neighborhood in Milwaukee, where a marketing company is organizing a walking tour of bars where serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer hunted his victims. But some in the community think it's too soon for such a tour and are calling it insensitive.

Serial killer Dahmer's hunting grounds tour stirs backlash in Wis.

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MILWAUKEE (AP) -- A walking tour providing a peek into serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer's life and the Milwaukee haunts where he met and stalked victims has drawn growing protests, even prompting online deal-maker Groupon to cancel what some called a creepy promotion.

Victims' families and others call the idea an attempt to exploit an ugly part of the city's history and want it to be stopped before the first tour even hits the sidewalks.

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