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Ed Gein

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  1. Ed Gein and his elder brother Henry lived on a rural farm near Plainfield, WI. George Gein, his father, was a tanner and carpenter and was drunk most of the time. Augusta, Ed's domineering mother, was the real power of the house. She was a religious fanatic who constantly warned her sons about the sins of premarital sex and railed against "evil.
  2. Edward Theodore "Ed" Gein (August 27, – July 26, ) was an American murderer and body snatcher. His crimes, which he committed around his hometown of Plainfield, Wisconsin, garnered widespread notoriety after authorities discovered Gein had exhumed corpses from local graveyards and fashioned trophies and keepsakes from their bones and skin.
  3. Edward Theodore ‘Ed’ Gein, infamously known as the ‘Butcher of Plainfield,’ was an American murderer and body snatcher. Born into a small farming community, he lived an isolated and repressive childhood with little social interaction.
  4. Jul 12,  · Ed Gein is perhaps one of the most notorious American serial killers due to the extreme nature of his crimes and the state of his home when he was arrested. Also known as "the Butcher of Plainfield" or "the Plainfield Ghoul," Gein was a convicted killer and body snatcher active in Plainfield, WI from to after the death of his mother left him alone and in a .
  5. Ed was responsible for multiple crimes, including the deaths of Mary Hogan in , and Bernice Worden in It was during the disappearance of Bernice that local law enforcement suspected Gein. In search for Worden, they entered Ed Gein’s home and what they found was an absolute horror. Not only did they find the body of Bernice Worden.
  6. Jul 07,  · Gein and an accomplice had been robbing graves to find bodies for his experiments, but he decided he needed fresher corpses and began killing and dismembering women. The Gein Family Ed, his older brother, Henry, his father, George, and his mother, Augusta, lived on a farm a few miles outside Plainfield.
  7. Edward Theodore "Ed" Gein, a.k.a. "The Plainfield Ghoul", was a necrophilic killer and suspected serial killer active during the 's. Gein was born on August 27, , into an unhappy family: his father George was a drunk and usually unemployed and frequently physically abused himd his older brother, Henry. Their mother, Augusta Gein (née Lehrke), was a religious fanatic who Apprehended: November
  8. Ed Gein was a notorious killer and grave robber. His activities inspired the creation of some of Hollywood's most infamous characters, including Norman Bates of 'Psycho.'Born: Aug 27,

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