The murders of Ed Gein in the mid-1950s were so shockingly macabre that they inspired everything from The Chainsaw Massacre to Psycho. The Plainfield, Wisconsin man robbed graves, butchered innocent women, and made furniture and clothing out of body parts. This was only discovered upon his arrest in 1957, when police raided his home and found mutilated bodies, bowls made of skulls, a lampshade made of a person’s face — and gloves made of human skin.
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