Milwaukee Funeral Home Owner’s Son Building A ‘Sex Doll’ Out of Body Parts Is Fake News

By Shawn Rice

A Milwaukee funeral home owner’s building a “sex doll” out of parts taken from the bodies taken to his parents’ business is fake news. There is no truth to a “grisly police investigation” that a man constructed himself a sex doll out of body parts taken from the family’s funeral home business.

Where did the fake news originate? Abcnews-us.com published the fake news article on Dec. 4, 2017, reporting that Milwaukee police were investigating horrific allegations that a funeral home owner’s son designed and built a sex doll from dead body parts. You can read the disturbing fake news below.

Steven Adams, 38, had been working as a funeral home director for nearly two years after taking over his fathers business at the Adams Sons Funeral Home in Milwaukee. He drew suspicion when authorities exhumed the female body of a 27-year-old cold case victim in the hope of backing up new evidence. Upon exhumation, technicians were shocked to find missing limbs inconsistent with how the victim died.

The investigation quickly led to Mr. Adams as the main suspect and a warrant was issued to search his home where authorities found the makeshift sex doll in the basement. The suspect confessed to using a saw to cut limbs off of cadavers and placing them in a plastic bag which he then placed in a backpack before bringing them home where he apparently reassembled them later.

However, there is no truth to the above story, according to Snopes. The story is false, there is no “Adams Sons Funeral Home” in Milwaukee, and the site abcnews-us.com has nothing to do with the real ABC News website even though it illegally uses their logo for misleading purposes.

Additionally, the image used with the fake news article actually came from a report about a different funeral home named Hickory Hill in the Fox Meadows neighbourhood of Memphis, Tenn., which was abandoned with some bodies still inside somewhere in 2016.

Here are some examples of people sharing the fake news on social media.

Hello Milwaukee! I miss you. “Son of funeral home owner accused of building sex doll out of dead body parts – ABC News” https://t.co/pk5BiRzTO8

— T.A. Wardrope (@TAWardrope) December 6, 2017

Son of Milwaukee funeral home owner accused of building sex doll out of body parts. https://t.co/RHAFw7a3uE

— Mark (@DUD6887) December 6, 2017

Meanwhile in Milwaukee, Son Of Funeral Home Owner Accused Of Building Sex Doll Out Of Dead Body Parts https://t.co/mQUvGzM6UA #wtf

— 412 n’at (@412nat) December 6, 2017

Another clue that the “sex doll” story was fabricated is that the “satirical” web site World News Daily Report (WNDR) also published a similar fake news article. However, that version changed the setting from Milwaukee to Austin, Texas, and the suspect from funeral home director “Steven Adams” to “Jesus Cesar Franco Gonzales,” purportedly a janitor for the Travis County Medical Examiner’s Office.

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