This is part of a new series of
posts I’m starting; I call it Wicked
History. I’ll be covering the kind of dark, sinister, and sordid tales that
you will NEVER hear in history class. Expect murder, madness,
morbidity, and the bizarre to be the order of the day with this series. And to
kick things off, I thought I’d start with a subject that has fascinated America since the day of his apprehension: Edward Theodore "Ed" Gein, the Psycho of Plainfield himself. And when better to do it on than than the 56th anniversary of his capture.
WARNING: This documentary contains some graphic and disturbing content. If you are squemish or easily offended, walk away now...