MILWAUKEE Wis. (WLAX/WEUX) – Usually, for a bar, anything that brings in customers is a good thing, but ever since the release of the Netflix series profiling Milwaukee serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, one bar owner in Walker’s Point says the unwanted attention has been overwhelming.

“I knew this was a place Jeffrey had found a few of his victims.”

But owner of the Wall Street Stock Bar keeps that name out of her establishment. Instead, highlighting iconic people of the stock market. Not the building’s most infamous customer.

“We’re not doing a drink; we’re not doing a mural.”

Charese Gardner says ever since the Netflix show profiling serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer was released in September.

“I have face marks on my mirrors outside because people are like trying to look inside.”

A lot more people have been trying to get a glimpse at the path Dahmer took.

“I don’t really understand the obsession with walking on a place he walked at.”

The trail of morbid curiosity has led them here, where club 219 used to be located. A spot Dahmer visited to find potential victims.

“I redid every single thing. It doesn’t even look like the place anymore. It was a bar before me.”

Gardner says that curiosity comes at an expense.

“Then they have ‘Jeffrey Dahmer approved, great place to meet new friends.'”

She says bogus reviews are popping up online.

“This person never visited here, never visited, one star review, picture of Jeffrey Dahmer here.”

And it all hits close to home.

“I have a lady that cooks for me and one of the victims were here friend.”

She says another person she works with was solicited by Dahmer himself.

“A lot of these people are still alive.”

Gardner says she won’t let the killer be what her bar is known for.

“This is my establishment, this is my career. It’s just kind of traumatizing to see how people would praise a serial killer.”