Nonfiction. True Crime. The case of the century as told by the Judge who presided over the trial of Ed Gein. Weird tales of his murders and bizarre story. Skulls on bedposts. Heart in a pan on the stove. He made items from his victims.
Ed Gein, a Wisconsin man who robbed graves and murdered women in order to flay their bodies and make clothing out of them. Gein was the inspiration for Thomas Harris' Jame Gumb in Silence of the Lambs, Norman Bates in the Bloch book/Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho as well as Leatherface in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.