Ed Gein was an American murderer, body snatcher, necrophile, and serial killer. He was born and raised in a farming community and led a solitary existence. Ed was punished by his mother whenever he attempted to make friends because his mother wanted to keep him safe from the outside world. He was also bullied at school because he had a non-cancerous fleshy growth on the corner of his left eyelid, causing this eye to droop. Know more about Ed Gein Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Net Worth, Relationship, Wife, Career & Facts
|Real Name||Edward Theodore|
|Age||77 years old|
|Birthday||27 August 1906|
|Height||5 ft 6 inches|
|Hobbies||Playing Accordion And Flute|
Who Is Ed Gein?
He was born on August 27, 1906, in Wisconsin, USA. He is 77 years old. Ed Gein’s given name was Edward Theodore Gein. George Philip and Augusta Wilhelmine Gein were his parents. He grew up with his older brother, Henry George Gein. His father died as a result of alcoholism, and he was very close to his mother and brother.
Nationality and Physical Characteristics
Ed Gein was an American citizen. He was also 5 feet 6 inches (170cm/1.70m) tall and weighed around 74 kg (163lbs). His eyes were blue, and his hair was brown.
Ed Gein Childhood
Ed Gein spent his childhood in isolation, only leaving home to attend school because his mother practiced Lutheranism and wanted her children to do the same. He was shy and lacked skills, so he was constantly targeted by teachers and bullied by other students. His father was an alcoholic who suffered from heart disease and died as a result. Similarly, after his father died, his brother took odd jobs to make ends meet. Unfortunately, his brother also died as a result of asphyxiation caused by a crop fire on their farm.
Meanwhile, his mother was elderly and physically challenged. Ed, on the other hand, stayed with her and supported her until her death.
Who is Ed Gein WIfe?
Ed Gein remained single, virgin, and unmarried until his death as a result of his mother’s Lutheranism teaching.
Ed Gein began doing odd jobs after his entire family died, and he was also given a farm by the government. He also read about death cults and adventure stories about cannibals and Nazi atrocities. He also worked for the local municipal road crew and crop-threshing crews on occasion.
Ed Gein was the last person to see Bernice Worden before she vanished from her hardware store, according to the authorities. He was then inspected by the police, who discovered Bernice’s decapitated corpse was hung upside down with ropes around her wrists and a crossbar around her ankles. It was also determined that this activity took place after she was shot with a rifle.
Furthermore, while searching for his entire home, they discovered disgusting items, including human facial skin peeled from the skull and used as masks. He also attempted to make a women’s suit out of human skin. Similarly, he admitted to killing Mary Hogan in 1954. He was found to be mentally ill as a result of his interrogation and was sent to a mental health rehabilitation center. After doctors declared him fit in 1968, he was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison by Judge Robert H. Gollmar.
Ed Gein’s life had a profound impact on the filmmakers, prompting them to create a film based on his life. To name a few, ‘In the Light of the Moon’ in 2000, ‘Ed Gein: The Butcher of Plainfield’ in 2007, and so on. His method of committing a crime was also named in the new genre of ‘Black Humor.