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Deviant: The Shocking True Story of Ed Gein, the Original Psycho Setting & Symbolism

Harold Schechter
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Objects/Places

Plainfield, Wisconsin

The town where Ed Gein performed his murders and grave robbing.

Coon Valley, Wisconsin

Where George Gein lived with his parents until their deaths.

914 Caledonia Street

The address of the small meat and grocery business owned by George and Augusta Gein though Augusta claimed its ownership solely for her own.

The Summer Kitchen

The room built onto the side of Ed Gein's house that is where Bernice Worden's body is discovered.

Wautoma Jail

Where Ed Gein is held immediately after his arrest. It's noted that Sheriff Schley and his family live at the front of the jail.

Goult's Funeral Home

Owned by Ray Goult, this is where Bernice Worden's body it taken for autopsy.

Waushara County

The county in which the murder of Bernice Worden takes place.

Central State Hospital

Where Ed Gein is sent for a mental evaluation and where he is held both prior...

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