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Ed Gein--Psycho! (Paperback)
America may have had its fill of psychos for the last forty years, but no serial killer has inspired so many books and films ("Pyscho," "The Silence of the Lambs," "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre") as Wisconsin's cannibalistic handyman murderer, Ed Gein. None of them has been used as the ultimate ogre in countless children's stories and off-color jokes, and none of them has been found guilty of as many unspeakable atrocities as Ed Gein.
"Ed Gein--Psycho "is his story. This is his legend.
About the Author
Woods specializes in true crime, popular culture, and film.
Errol Morris, a world-renowned filmmaker, is the Academy Award--winning director of "The Fog of War" and the author of "Believing Is Seeing: Observations on the Mysteries of Photography".
"On the kitchen table was a cup. The cup held four noses. Human. With horror, the sheriff opened Gein's icebox and found various human organs-livers, hearts, lungs-wrapped in butcher's paper. He was, by definition, a ghoul." --Milwaukee Journal