Rare Original November 20, 1957 Ed Gein Newspaper Loaded W/ Stories & Pictures


Rare Original November 20, 1957 Ed Gein Newspaper Loaded W/ Stories & Pictures

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Rare Original November 20, 1957 Ed Gein Newspaper Loaded W/ Stories & Pictures:
$40


FABULOUS and complete Chicago American newspaper from November 20, 1957 featuring bold headline of: 2nd WOMAN VICTIM'S HEAD REPORTED ON DEATH FARM. This paper contains severalstories on Ed Gein and his crimes titled: "Skull Bowl on Kitchen Table", "Knew Missing Woman - Gein" "Killer Tried to Date Victim", "Babysitter Gein Shocks Parents", "Farmer Slayer Facing Lie Tests", and "Others Have Topped Horrors of Butcher".This paper is also chock full of pictures including the inside of Geins house, a cop carrying out bags of skin and bone from Gein's house, Gein at the death farm, and the rafter from which h hung Bernice Worden. This paper is showing only minor wear, and is in really nice condition. It is 24 pages long and a super rare find! An absolute 'must have' addition to any collection.
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Rare Original November 20, 1957 Ed Gein Newspaper Loaded W/ Stories & Pictures:
$40

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