November 1957, Plainfield Wisconsin. Police arrive at the home of a local farmer and handyman with a search warrant, after a murder earlier that day pointed to the mild-mannered, but odd man. What they discovered in the farmhouse would become one of the most notorious true crimes in American history, inspiring fictional characters of horror movies for years to come. He was the real Norman Bates. The real Leatherface. The real Buffalo Bill. This is the true and gruesome story of Ed Gein.
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Sources used for this podcast:
The Steven's Point Daily Journal | 11.20.1957
The Steven's Point Daily Journal | 12.04.1954
The Capital Times | 11.19.1957
The La Crosse Tribune |11.16.1958
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