Edward Gein was born on August 27, 1906. His parents were Augusta and George Geid, he had an older brother named Henry. When Ed was two his parents bought a farm in Plainsfield Wisconsin. Augusta loved their new house and farm for the main reason that she isolated her whole family from everyone. When Ed and Henry were kids they weren't allowed to play with other children. Augusta told them that the other children were bad and they were better than them. When Ed was eight he began attending the Roche-a-Cri grade school, a tiny one-room building with a dozen students altogether. His school years weren't a paticularly happy time. He felt overwhelmingly alone, hopelessly cut off from his classmates. On a few occasions durung his childood he seemed to be coming close to making a real connection. But as soon as he would return home and tell his mother about his new friend she would immediately begin raising objections. She would often ask Ed if she was raising a fool.
After losing all of his family Ed became even more strange. He acted weird around males almost as bad as he did when he was around females. Females became frightened of Ed. Most say it was the way he looked at them almost like he undressing them with his eyes. But it was far much worse! Children told stories about Ed's house like how he had human skulls hanging up in his room and how they thought they saw Ed in the graveyard on a few occasions. Ed's house soon became known as The Butcherhouse. On November 17, 1957 Ed Gein went into town to the hardware store to buy antifreeze. Bernice Worden owned it and checked Ed out that day. She turns away to look out the window and Ed shoots her in the back of the head with a .22 caliber rifle. He then loads her body up in his truck and takes