Pretty blood, boobs and backbone
On 17 November 1957, 32-year-old sheriff Arthur Schley went to an isolated farmhouse is rural Wisconsin with a warrant to search it’s premises in regard to a missing person case. When the owner, 51-year-old Ed Gein, was not home, Sheriff Schley entered the premises and found a scene of unspeakable horror. In the darkened house hung the naked, headless torso of a woman’s body-disembowelled and hung upside down like an animal carcass. Police later identified the body as belonging to 58-year-old shopkeeper Bernice Worden-her head was discovered hidden in a burlap sack in another part of the house. Nails had been hammered into each ear and twine attached to them, so that the head could be hung on a wall. This was no ordinary crime scene.
Ed Gein was quickly arrested and at first denied an knowledge of the missing woman. A thorough search of his house the next day revealed a belt studded with nipples and parts of a face, a soup bowl made out of a hacksawed human skull, a lampshade and chairs upholstered with human skin, a patchwork shirt made of human skin with a pair of breasts, a shoebox of human noses and female genitalia, and the faces of nine women carefully preserved and mounted on a wall. The quietly spoken handyman finally revealed his secret under the pressure of police that he liked to wear the shirt of skin around the house and often put the dried-out, mummified remains of female genitalia over his crotch.
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For me, I would either strangle or stab the human to death. Then cut the body open -dissect it.
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