Asked in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Movies
Was Ed Gein The Texas Chainsaw Massacre?
No. The moviemakers got the idea for the Leatherface character from Ed Gein. That means, of the entire movie, only two, or possibly three, things are actually true: Ed Gein wore the skin of his victims like clothing, gutted them and hung them in his house, and MAY have eaten some of their remains. Ed Gein did not live in Texas, he did not belong to a family of killers, he did not kill his victims with a chainsaw, and he...
Did Ed Gein kill animals?
Edward Theodore "Ed" Gein was an American serial killer and grave robber. Ed Gein, known as The Butcher of Plainfield, gained notoriety in the 1950s for murdering at least two women and for committing grisly, fetishistic acts on corpses stolen from graves. He was sent to Waupan State Hospital because he seemed insane. He died of cancer in 1984. ...
Asked in Decade - 1940s, Decade - 1930s
How many people did Ed Gein kill and which movies were made about him?
the police say around 15 or more but they only have prove of 2 at moment. it is thought that physco, Texas chainsaw mascarea and silence of the the lambs is made bout him ...
Asked in Corrections System, Drugs and the Law
Who is ed gien?
The closest match for Ed Gien is Ed Gein, whose full name was Edward Theodore Gein. Gein was a murderer and grave robber who was apprehended on November 16, 1957. He was eventually sentenced to life in prison which he served in a mental hospital. ...
What's ed gein age at the time of his or her first murder?
He was 48 when he killed Mary Hogan, owner of a local tavern. That was his first kill. ...
Is Hannibal based on a real individual?
Hannibal Lecter was not a real person. As a matter of fact, he was based off of many people. One of the people includes Ed Gein, Ted Bundy, . Others of which i do not know, and will edit the answer when i find out more. If you would like to more about Ed Gein, look him up on google, and only believe the sites that aren't like this where anybody can answer the questions. ...