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Ed Gein Appreciation Thread

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by MisPantalonesEstaEnfuega, Aug 6, 2003.

  1. MisPantalonesEstaEnfuega

    MisPantalonesEstaEnfuega Veteran Member

    Joined: Dec 23, 2000 Messages: 6,494 Likes Received: 1
    Inspired by Tyler Durden's Ted Bundy thread which was inspired by me.
    listen to Slayer - Dead Skin Mask while looking through this thread.
    Fantastic.

    Ed Gein served as a model for the killers in the following films:
    Pyscho
    Silence of the lams (buffalo bill)
    TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE

    "Born at the turn of the century into the small farming community of Plainfield, Wisconsin, Gein lived a repressive and solitary life on his family homestead with a weak, ineffectual brother and domineering mother who taught him from an early age that sex was a sinful thing. Eddie ran the family's 160-acre farm on the outskirts of Plainfield until his brother Henry died in 1944 and his mother in 1945. When she died her son was a thirty-nine-year-old bachelor, still emotionally enslaved to the woman who had tyrannized his life. The rest of the house, however, soon degenerated into a madman's shambles. Thanks to federal subsidies, Gein no longer needed to farm his land, and he abandoned it to do odd jobs here and there for the Plainfield residents, to earn him a little extra cash. But he remained alone in the enormous farmhouse, haunted by the ghost of his overbearing mother, whose bedroom he kept locked and undisturbed, exactly as it had been when she was alive. He also sealed off the drawing room and five more upstairs rooms, living only in one downstairs room and the kitchen.

    "Weird old Eddie", as the local community know him, had begun to develop a deeply unhealthy interest in the intimate anatomy of the female body - and interest that was fed by medical encyclopedias, books on anatomy, pulp horror novels and pornographic magazines. He became particularly interested in the atrocities committed by the Nazis during the Second World War and the medical experiments performed on Jews in the concentration camps. Soon he graduated on to the real thing by digging up decaying female corpses by night in far-flung Wisconsin cemeteries. These he would dissect and keep some parts heads, sex organs, livers, hearts and intestines. Then he would flay the skin from the body, draping it over a tailor's dummy or even wearing it himself to dance and cavort around the homestead - a practice that apparently gave him intense gratification. On other occasions, Gein took only the body parts that particularly interested him. He was especially fascinated by the excised female genitalia, which he would fondle and play with, sometimes stuffing them into a pair of women's panties, which he would then wear around the house. Not surprisingly, he quickly became a recluse in the community, discouraging any visitors from coming near his by now neglected and decaying farm."

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    WOOOO DEAD BITCHES

    [color=silver]taken from [url=http://www.houseofhorrors.com]www.houseofhorrors.com[/url][/color]
     
  2. Bloc131

    Bloc131 Member

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  3. satrdae

    satrdae Junior Member

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    that movie about him was pretty good
     
  4. Bloc131

    Bloc131 Member

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    yeah it wasn't some major hit, but it was pretty good. really interesting.
     
  5. MOOGLE?

    MOOGLE? 12oz Loyalist

    Joined: May 23, 2000 Messages: 11,491 Likes Received: 500
    ............


    i work with a lady that lived in plainfeild and played with her brother at ed's when she was younger. she still has nightmares about the whole thing.

    yes the house is still there and is a pretty big tourist attraction , just dont walk on the property.

    at the library they still have the millwalke journal newspaper with the whole story .

    there is a poem about ed that is still told till this day thats pretty damn scary.

    some of his...........art work was stolen and sold to collectors

    he babysat more than just those two boys in the movie.

    the bar shown in the movie has jagerbomb specials two for 4 bucks on thursday and saturday.

    my nuts smell like moldy grass and rotten chicken nuggets.

    wisconsin is a shitty place to live......nice bars though
     
  6. satrdae

    satrdae Junior Member

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    moldy grass! lol
     
  7. Dr. Dazzle

    Dr. Dazzle Veteran Member

    Joined: Nov 19, 2001 Messages: 8,147 Likes Received: 3
    Ed Gein was cool. I don't know why he's classified as a serial killer though. Didn't he only kill one old lady?
     
  8. BROWNer

    BROWNer Guest

    dude wore 'skin undies'.
    word up.
     
  9. im not witty

    im not witty Guest

    theres a really goofy folky song about ed gein called "skinned" by blind melon. its one of my favorite silly jams. check it out.
     
  10. the_gooch

    the_gooch 12oz Loyalist

    Joined: May 15, 2002 Messages: 11,566 Likes Received: 431
    dance with the dead in my dreams
    listen to their hallow screams
    the dead have taken my soul
    temptations lost all control
     
  11. iced_tea

    iced_tea Member

    Joined: Jun 17, 2003 Messages: 328 Likes Received: 1

    ahhhh Slayer soooo sooothingg :cool:
     
  12. Devilush

    Devilush 12oz Legend

    Joined: Feb 1, 2001 Messages: 17,035 Likes Received: 2
    i wanna see it so bad but i'm scared to.

    he's hard core....right next to jack the ripper
     
  13. meone

    meone Guest

    he was also mentioned in AMERICAN PSYCHO and Mudvayne wrote a song about him
    on their first album. He's definitely a bad mutherfucker.I was reading about serial killers all last summer
    because i was plotting the demise of the state of michigan cause they suspended my liscence
    but anyway he was using the skulls of woman as soup bowls making chairs and shit out of their bones
    having necrophiliac sex and all sorts of weird shit. anyway if i looked up to serial killers with very demented
    minds he would be it.
     
  14. meone

    meone Guest

    Moogle I actually think they tore down his house and barn in the 90s. I read that somewhere
    if i can find a link to it I'll post it
     
  15. serum

    serum Elite Member

    Joined: Aug 9, 2000 Messages: 4,200 Likes Received: 138
    if i`m not mistaken he killed abunch of nurses at a dormitory, which was resposible for all thoughs college dorm horror flicks. he also had a big vat of acid which he would dissolve women in. why do i know this shit?
     
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