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Edward Gein - Texas Chainsaw Massacre Collectible Gallery

The Ghoul of Wisconsin

 

Edward Theodore Gein (August 27, 1906 – July 26, 1984) was an American murderer and grave robber. His crimes, which he committed around his hometown of Plainfield, Wisconsin, garnered widespread notoriety after authorities discovered Gein had exhumed corpses from local graveyards and fashioned trophies and keepsakes from their bones and skin.


If Gein was guilty of murdering only the two people he was convicted of killing he would not technically meet the definition of a serial killer, though his case influenced the creation of several fictional serial killers, including Norman Bates from Psycho, Jame Gumb from The Silence of the Lambs, and Leatherface from The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.

 

 

Edward Gein Birthday card sent to the Purcells family

signed in ful Edward Gein

4999.99$ USD

 

 

ED Gein Psycho book by Paul Anthony Woods

24.99$ USD

 

 

ED Gein Psycho postcard signed in full Edward Gein

OUT-OF-STOCK

 

 

 

Black and White copy of the original press photo

Plainfield cemetery 4 x 6 glossy

4.99$ USD

 

 

ED GEIN’S CAR 3 x 3 original sticker LAST ONE

3.99$ USD

 

 

True Crime Wraped Mindd Tour newspaper with Gein article

Official Member Ed Gein Fan Club


14.99$ USD

 

 

Edward Gein original signature cut from a handwritten letter. This is signed in pencil in full Edward Gein


OUT-OF-STOCK

 

 

Edward Gein Grave rubbing from Plainfield Cemetery before the Gein stone was stolen

OUT-OF-STOCK

 

 

Edward Gein Birth and Death certificate on 8.5 x 11 paper

 

7.99$ USD

 

 

 

Edward Gein psychiatric evaluation with a copy of a typed Gein letter requesting Legal Assistance and over 20 clippings photocopies and brith and death certificates lot

39.99$ USD

 

 

The Gein family Farmhouse, WI U.S.A

 

 

Edward Gein farm piece

Authentic piece of his Farmhouse

You will get a small piece from this original vial. Gein farm piece will come identified in a samll bag

99.99$ USD

 

 

 

 

 

Edward Gein walking to the Wisconsin State Crime Laboratory to have his fingerprints taken

4.99$ USD

 

 

 

 

 

Edward Gein arriving at the Crime State Laboratory

4.99$ USD

 

 

Edward Gein 51, is emported by Waushara County Sheriff

4.99$ USD

 

 

Inside The Gein Familys house

 

 

 

Edward Gein right before his prints were taken

4.99$ USD

 

 

Edward Gein fingerprints 8 x 8 from crime laboratory signed in full

 

 

 

Edward Gein crucifix he kept after the death of his mother Augusta. One of the very few item he was allowed to keep at the Mental hospital. -SCARCE

 

 

 

Edward Gein copy of a typedwritten letter signed in full Edward Gein were he is requesting legal assistance

7.99$ USD

 

 

Edward Gein grave dirt from Plainfield Wisconsin Cemetery

9.99$ USD

 

 

 

 

 

 

Original 8 x 10 black and white picture from the movie Texas Chainsaw massacre inspired by the story of Edward Gein. This is signed by the actor Gunnar Hansen in black marker.

 

Gein Family glasses found on the farm location after the house burned down in 1958 glasses remained in a private collection for decates and is now available for sale.

These are pretty much Augusta Gein's glasses!!!

 

Gein Family razor found on the farm location after the house burned down in 1958 razor remained in a private collection for decates and is now available for sale. We never were sure if this was used by Edward Gein or his brother Henry, it can also be his father's razor.

 

Gein Family cisors found on the farm location after the house burned down in 1958 glasses remained in a private collection for decates and is now available for sale. This pair of cisor came from the Gein house and was used by the family.

 

Gein Family bottle opener found on the farm location after the house burned down in 1958 glasses remained in a private collection for decates and is now available for sale.

 

Edward Gein piece of Tombstone before this stone was stolen. Now impossible to get this chunk came from Plainfield Cemetery were the Gein family is buried.

 

Gein Family cisors found on the farm location after the house burned down in 1958 glasses remained in a private collection for decates and is now available for sale. This pair of cisor came from the Gein house and was used by the family.

 

 

Edward Gein Fan Club Collectibles

 

Ask us about the Home repair needle kit from the Worden store!!!

 

WIERD TRIPS IN PLAINFIELD WISCONSIN

 

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