gein


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ge´in

    (jē´ĭn)
n.1.(Chem.) See Humin.
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My project on Ed Gein was and still will be (titled) "Digging Up the Past.
Largely comprised of his studio battles, his up-and-down relationship with his wife and featuring some clever imaginary scenes between Hitch and Gein, the story's central thrust is that behind every great man lies a great woman, namely Alfred's long-suffering missus.
And he, like Wayne Williams, and like Gein, Bundy, Mugett, and the others, belonged to us all.
With its reinvention of the Gein and Manson murders, one that made sense to 1970s audiences coming to terms with the macabre undercurrents of "hippie" counterculture, we cannot see the film as strictly "independent," since it stems from its genre as much as from its milieu.
Oostzijde Mill on the Gein by Moonlight by Piet Mondriaan (1872-1944), c.
In fact, she has spent hundreds, if not thousands, of hours over the past 25 years chatting amiably with, and reading scores of letters from, serial murderers such as Richard Macek, Edward Gein, John Wayne Gacy, Robert Berdella, and Florida's own Bobby Joe Long.
In fact, the killer, Leatherface, is based on farmer Ed Gein - who also inspired Psycho's Norman Bates and The Silence Of The Lambs' Buffalo Bill.
BUNDY: Yep, a movie about infamous serial killer Ted Bundy, for those who weren't satisfied by the Dahmer and Ed Gein films.
Still others have compared him to Ed Gein (on whom The Silence of the Lambs is based), the serial killer who turned the corpses of his victims into household accoutrements, skulls into soup bowls, skins into lampshades.
Some of these films are rumored to be "based on fact" just as the 1974 Texas Chain Saw Massacre was said to refer to the Ed Gein case.
She urges, "gurl leggo yu bumsee / shout an bawl/doh mind yu small / dis iz carnival / dis iz we history / ah gein yu meh only legacy .