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Deviant: The Shocking True Story of Ed Gein, the Original Psycho - Conclusion Summary & Analysis

Harold Schechter
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Conclusion Summary and Analysis

Ten years pass. In chapter forty-two, Ed tells Governor-elect John Reynolds that he is happy at the hospital and that they treat him well, though Reynolds doesn't know until after the conversation that the man was the infamous Ed Gein. The state crime lab has been granted a burial site to re-enter the evidence involved in the Gein case at the request of clergy. In chapter forty-three, Central State Circuit Judge Rober Gollmer receives word that the hospital staff that Ed is ready to stand trial. Ed does so though the outcome seems inevitable. Missing from the witness roster is Schley who has died of a heart attack. The judge declares that Ed is guilty and then hears arguments to Ed's sanity at the time of the murders. Ed is found to be insane and returned to the hospital where he is to remain until...

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