In November 1957, the world was introduced to a new form of horror. Edward Gein's story and the macabre items found in his home influenced some of the most terrifying films ever made including Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho and Tobe Hooper's Texas Chainsaw Massacre as well as many others. Using autospsy reports, first-hand accounts, and police records Jon Perry will attempt to break down the walls of Ed Gein's house of horrors and discover what truly makes a monster.
2 | The Original Leatherface
In this episode Jon describes many of the macabre items found in Ed Gein's home. Plus, we look into the Ghoul's childhood and ask how a personality so deviant could ever emerge.
1 | Psycho Eddie
In episode one, we first meet Ed Gein on the first day of hunting season in Plainfield, Wisconsin. Using autopsy and police reports, Jon details the grisly murder of 58-year-old widow, Bernice Worden.
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Such a great podcast on one of my favorite killers of all time!
Creepy, but in a good way
Well-researched and detailed. Way more of info and analysis than other true crime casts. I wish this guy had a tv show!
It’s spooky season, and this dude is the spookiest of them all. Great job on the podcast I’m loving it! 🔪