Deviant: The Shocking True Story of Ed Gein, the Original Psycho - Study Guide Part 3, Chapters 11 through 18 Summary & Analysis

Harold Schechter
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Chapter eleven begins with a description of the times, which wasn't all "Happy Days" and soda fountains, but included some turmoil and the advent of the ghoulish "Bloody Mary" jokes. On November 16, 1957, the men of the town have all gone deer hunting, including Frank Worden, son of business owner Bernice Worden. Ed arrives at the store that morning to buy antifreeze, shoots Bernice in the head and drags her body out of the store to the business's panel truck. Later that day, Bob Hill arrives at Ed's house, asking for help getting the family car started. Ed agrees but says he has to wash up first, that he was dressing out a deer inside the summer kitchen - a smallish building built onto the kitchen of his house.

In chapter twelve, Frank Worden arrives back in town to learn that his...

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