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Wisconsin Haunted Houses have grown over the years to feature some really amazing haunted houses some of which have been featured on Travel Channel. Several years ago when we visited haunted houses in Milwaukee, Wisconsin the haunted houses in Wisconsin seemed to be around every corner especially in the Cleveland, Wisconsin area haunted houses are very popular form of entertainment and more haunted houses in Wisconsin can be found at Hauntworld.com. On Hauntworld.com you will find every type of haunted houses in Wisconsin from a haunted hayride, haunted house, Halloween Attractions, ghost tours, to paranormal ghost hunting. Read all about the best and scariest haunted houses in the state of Wisconsin here at Hauntworld.com. Wisconsin has some of the biggest haunted houses in cities like Columbus, Akron, Mansfield, Toledo and Springfield Wisconsin.
When looking for a scary or the best haunted house in Wisconsin look no further than the area of Cleveland, Akron, Toledo and Columbus, Wisconsin because this is an absolute hotbed for haunted houses which would also include the Akron area. Wisconsin has more haunted houses than almost any other state in America, and not only do they have several haunts but they have some of the best found anywhere. Wisconsin has many cities with great haunted houses especially Wisconsin area which has more of the top rated haunts than any other city in America.
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UPDATE: New TYPE of haunted attractions in Wisconsin featured at many SCREAMPARKS are these zombie paintball hayrides, where guests get to shoot and kill zombies from hayrides. Zombies roam the fields of an old farm and you armed with paintballs blast away killing as many zombies as you can find! Lastly many farmers or Screampark owners have embraced the concept of MUD RUNS, ZOMBIE RUNS, and different kinds of themed races. You should really look at these haunted attractions often because they feature so many different kinds of events all year long. Your local farms are now a lot more than farms from pick your own pumpkins, zip lines, mud runs, zombie races, paintball hayrides, to pony rides and more. Lastly many haunted houses are NOW OPEN YEAR AROUND in Wisconsin opening for special events from a Friday the 13th to Valentines Day or Spring Break which now haunters call SCREAM BREAK! So do not think for a second that haunt season is only during Halloween its now year around for some haunts. In fact Wisconsin features many year around haunted houses located in tourist towns across Wisconsin. Check Hauntworld.com often to find the biggest, best and scariest haunted houses in Wisconsin!
Wisconsin's - Burial Chamber Haunted House ComplexBy Hauntworld MagazineTO FIND MORE HAUNTED HOUSES IN WISCONSINWisconsin Haunted Houses are some of the scariest and best in America! Hauntworld.com rates and review the best and Scariest haunted houses, haunted attractions, and Halloween events in America! Burial Chamber Haunted House Complex is located in Neenah just outside Milwaukee, Wisconsin and has one of the scariest haunted houses in America! Prepare to scream! Sit back and prepare to scream through our review of Burial Chamber. This Halloween you can't miss the scariest and best haunted attraction in the entire state of Wisconsin, Burial Chamber Haunted House Complex. Burial Chamber haunted house is one of those haunted houses that is visited by guests from multiple states and multiple cities including Chicago Illinois, Green Bay Wisconsin and Milwaukee Wisconsin. These days haunt goers are visiting haunted houses far within an hour or two drive of their town because they want the ultimate haunted house experience. Burial Chamber is the best haunted house in the Chicago Illinois area and by FAR the best haunted house anywhere near Green Bay or Milwaukee. So sit back and take a trip to the Burial Chamber in Wisconsin. To learn more about Wisconsin's Burial Chamber Haunted House Complex visit their websit below:
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Recently we visited Burial Chamber Haunted House Complex, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, located 30 minutes south of Green Bay, only 1.5 hours north of Milwaukee, and well worth the drive from Chicago, IL. Having been to many haunted houses across the nation, we feel Burial Chamber’s Screampark ranks up there with the BEST we’ve seen. Visiting Burial Chamber is a must…Their unique approach to scaring, their diversity in their haunted houses, and their professionalism throughout, make Burial Chamber a location to add to your list of places you MUST visit this Halloween season.
Overall, our haunt experience at Burial Chamber was fantastic! They have three completely different and unique haunted house styles all conveniently located on one property. The operators are very knowledgeable (after all the owner has owned and operated haunted houses for 20+ years), the actors were spot-on, all appeared to be well trained, and every scare was perfectly timed. There was something for every person in our group, no matter what their horror preference.
We were quite impressed with the attention to detail put forth, and it all starts from the moment your foot exits your vehicle. Judging from the glowing reviews of their exiting customers, we assumed from the start we were in for an exceptional haunt experience, and as the evening progressed, we were more than pleased as our expectations became reality.
We decided to get the “Spend the Night Package”, whereby we stay overnight in a nearby hotel (Comfort Suites), and they provide the transportation to Burial Chamber. This unique and very affordable offer is perfect for out-of-town haunt goers like us. The hotel was a nice start to the evening, as we were able to check-in, get settled a bit, and then have the hotel transport us directly to the Burial Chamber’s Fastpass line. Evidently, even in-town haunted house enthusiasts utilize this package when looking for a fun evening out.
We like the fact that they offer timed Fastpass ticketing in addition to standard admission. The idea of spreading out customers throughout the night is always a novel one if it’s employed properly, and Burial Chamber handled it well by alternating groups and keeping the lines moving and entertaining.
The haunt location is perfect-- just a couple blocks off the expressway, and the multi-beam spotlight to lure you into the premises was a nice touch. The complex provides ample space for their 2 indoor haunted houses plus a sizeable wooded trail. The lines moved smoothly and the wait experience kept us entertained with roaming actors, multiple jumbotron video screens, as well as full concessions (including my favorite…mini doughnuts) and souvenirs to commemorate the horrific fun.
TEMPORARY OR PERMANENT
Like most haunted houses in Wisconsin or Illinois or across the nation, Burial Chamber only operates during the Halloween season. However, the haunted complex remains setup year round. According to Matt Mars, owner of Burial Chamber, “This allows us to work on growing the complex continually throughout the year. The sheer size of the place would require an army of people to disassemble and reassemble every Halloween season, but by keeping it up year-round, everyone is able to benefit. We are able to include scares and scenes that only permanent locations typically can.” Based on his preference and building style, Mars says he wouldn’t even consider doing a haunted house that is temporary. “The amount of time and effort put into deconstructing and reconstructing could be focused on improving. And simply put, that is Burial Chamber’s focus…constant improvement.”
ADRENALINE HAUNTED HOUSE
Burial Chamber’s first haunted house is Adrenaline, which described by Mars as an “old school, in-your-face, pop-out-from-everywhere, dark-scare haunted house.” That about sums it up! With an “under attack” military and zombie theme, Adrenaline plays off of people’s fear of dark and cramped places and utilizes high energy scare actors to attack from all angles, along with many automated startle scares. The scare actors inside look phenomenal, both realistic and believable, as if they were real zombies coming from a post-apocalyptic attack. The different uses and styles of startle-scares along with the up-beat, thematic background sounds & music quickly instills a nervous tension in all guests who dare enter Adrenaline. The lighting levels are low and fog are levels high, yet the balance is so perfect that the detailed scenes are very believable and obviously well thought out, allowing the actors ample room for their attacks and interaction with each group of customers.
Adrenaline’s varied attack keeps customers on high alert as they’re assaulted by crawlers on the floor, from the sides and hidden passages, the ceilings, and even actors from above aggressively slamming sparking chains near customers’ heads. It’s nearly impossible not to flinch when you feel you’re truly “under attack”, and Burial Chamber’s Adrenaline did just that. Our group loved the tight, aggressive interactive-style. While the actors inside Adrenaline aren’t character-actors performing skit-style interactions, they may have been the scariest haunted house actors we’ve encountered in a while. They did a fantastic job at leaving the entire group uneasy and nervous at all times. As a haunt guest inside Adrenaline, you never know where they’ll be coming out from next. As customers exit, their hearts are racing, they’re grabbing at their chest, and they’re trying hard to catch their breath. It’s no mystery why they called it Adrenaline.
INSANITY HAUNTED HOUSE
Next we went to Burial Chamber’s second indoor haunt, Insanity Haunted House. According to Mars, “Insanity Haunted House is a combination of a haunted house mixed with Fun House elements. It’s a twisted world of unique creatures and environments. It’s an experience for your mind.” Once inside, we experienced spinning rooms, disorienting lighting effects, crooked rooms, claustrophobia walls, collapsing rooms and clown rooms, all with an eerie abandoned Fun House vibe. They even incorporate scents & odors in some of the scenes to really immerse us into their insane chaos and haunted environment. Lighting levels are higher in Insanity showcasing the great detail that goes into their thematic elements of each room and the house as a whole.
We love the interaction inside Insanity. The feeling of being trapped in an old Fun House comes complete with midget clowns, several unique illusions, air blasts, disorienting sounds, and strategically placed dark areas that “grab” you. In one scene, a scare actor cuts a body into pieces and the blood from his work sprays onto the crowd. All five senses are on high alert inside Insanity Haunted House.
PHOBIA HAUNTED WOODS
Phobia Haunted Woods is an outdoor haunted trail and a fan-favorite. The integration of themed buildings and detailed sets alongside thick, growing woods gives this trail a realistic quality unlike any other. Phobia makes you feel as if you’re immersed in a horror movie, with that on-edge feeling like you can’t trust anyone or anything and you must run for your life to get out alive. We loved the blending of nature vs. man with wild “animals”, far-off sounds of attacks, nature and haunted creatures spread throughout the haunted woods. The woods have a naturally eerie feeling to them, including a foggy pond, uneven terrain, massive trees and thick vegetation that sets the horror movie vibe perfectly.
We loved the actors inside Phobia. They have a unique interaction style with quick wit and ability to respond quickly. The blending of characters throughout the woods creates continual distraction as you walk through decrepit buildings, deer trail paths, and areas infested with spider webs and other live inhabitants. The utilization of ghillie suits in wooded environment works amazingly well when you have actors as well-trained as Phobia’s. We also liked the uneasy feeling of being followed and chased by some of the inhabitants as well as the inhuman sounds that came out of the creatures roaming the woods.
STAFFING AND COSTUMING
Burial Chamber does an amazing job with realistic makeup and costuming. Their haunt characters looked good enough to be TV-ready. Some looked like they just walked off the set of a Walking Dead episode. With 125 scare actors per night, it’s incredible that the characters can be so believable. Matt responded, “We utilize very few masks. It’s important that customers can appreciate the actors’ expressions as they scare. We want the customers to have a suspended sense of reality and really believe that these characters are real and dangerous. It’s a testament to the amazing skills of our makeup staff and actors. Without them, Burial Chamber wouldn’t be the immersive experience that it is today.”
According to Mars, Burial Chamber employs a “Ghoul School” for training the actors prior to the season to ensure that they are equipped to properly scare the customers. The time and effort spent on character building and actor training is certainly worthwhile. The actors are both well trained and perfectly costumed to look the part, each with different noises, movements and attack styles. It was refreshing to see such acting range and perfect scare timing with each haunt experience inside each haunt attraction at Burial Chamber. CONCLUSION
If you’re looking for a great night of haunted entertainment complete with plenty of scares and haunted eye candy, look no further than Burial Chamber Haunted Houses in Neenah, WI. With many heart-stopping scares and memorable moments, Burial Chamber is both professional and diverse. Be sure to check them out for a full night of entertainment. You won’t be disappointed!
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Milwaukee, Wisconsin's - The Darkside Haunted AdventureBy Hauntworld MagazineTO FIND MORE HAUNTED HOUSES IN WISCONSIN Wisconsin Haunted Houses are some of the scariest and best in America! Hauntworld.com rates and review the best and Scariest haunted houses, haunted attractions, and Halloween events in America! The Dark Side Haunted Adventure is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and has one of the scariest haunted houses in America! Prepare to scream! Sit back and prepare to scream through our review of The Dark Side Haunted Adventure. This Halloween you can't miss the scariest and best haunted attraction in the entire state of Wisconsin, The Dark Side Haunted Adventure. Their attraction features some of the scariest actors, crazies scenes, and amazing set design. Now sit back and read all about the best haunted house in Wisconsin, The Dark Side Haunted Adventure.Dark Side Haunted Adventure is actually in a small town called Lebanon just right outside of Milwaukee and Madison Wisconsin. The haunted screampark features five different haunted attractions at one location making it Wisconsin's biggest and scariest haunted attraction. Hauntworld is set to rate and review this attraction but please share this page and leave your review at the bottom ofthe page. So now get ready for one of the scariest haunts in Wisconsin! To learn more about Wisconsin's The Dark Side Haunted Adventure visit their websit below:www.thedarksidehaunt.com
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In a remote area in southeastern Wisconsin, there’s a 100 acre farm along the Rock River with a very storied past. The farm in the heart of the kettle moraine area of Wisconsin offers a diversity of terrain including a large glacial drumlin, forested swamps, Kettle ponds, pine forests and large fields. Far away from the safety of the city lights, you will find at the end of a gravel road Wisconsin’s Largest Haunted Scream Park, The Dark Side Haunted Adventure. As you emerge from the darkness, you find more than 12 acres of parking with a huge barn and store along with many other farm buildings which make up the farm.
The horrific adventures you are seeking lay just beyond the large glacial drumlin that serves as the backdrop for this scary farm setting.
Once parked you are directed towards the flurry of activity in front of the store. As you approach, you are greeted by a 10 foot tall ghoul and its handler for what will be the first of many photo opportunities throughout the fun-filled, horror night. At the box office, they make it easy to get your haunt tickets, accepting cash, credit, debit cards and online vouchers. The prices reflect Midwestern values. For $20, you get all six haunted attractions which include two massive themed and highly detailed haunted houses. One of America’s most unique hayrides passes along the banks of the Rock River through a forested swamp and dumps you off in the midst of a large pine forest. The next part of your adventure is a haunted trail through the black forest followed by their newest haunt which is a multi-level maze set alongside 2 ponds. Of course, no scream park would be complete without a corn maze. And, you can also purchase entry into their Zombie Expedition which gives you the invigorating opportunity to hunt zombies. When purchasing tickets online, you additionally have the option to purchase their “Terror Treatment” ticket for one of your friends…so devious!
In the store is a large selection of Dark Side Haunted Adventure branded merchandise including tee shirts, sweatshirts and hats along with many other Halloween related items. The snack counter offers the usual fare such as soda, candy and chips, plus hot food options like hot dogs, popcorn & Kettle corn and numerous hot drink choices such as hot chocolate, apple cider and cappuccino. They even offer a themed hot drink called Ghoulish Grog which is a special blend of dark chocolate, spices and whipped cream…excellent!
The queue line is in a large barn adjacent to the store which makes the wait during the chilly Wisconsin nights much better. Excellent queue line actors entertain the energetic horror fans as they wait. While in line the guests are also introduced to a couple of programs. The first being the Dark Side Scavenger Hunt and the Terror Treatment. These unique programs help to demonstrate the Dark Sides staff’s commitment to creating the best haunt experience possible for their guests. Their passion and commitment for excellence make this a best haunted house in Wisconsin!
The under lying theme of the haunt is a story about generations of the previous farm owners and their eventual demise, a history of hauntings. Throughout the evening, they unveil the stories of all the tragic things that have befallen the owners and guests of the farm. There are subtle things throughout all 6 haunts that tie them all together and serve to draw guests deeper into the haunted world created for them. To highlight these things, there is a banner in the queue called the Dark Side Scavenger Hunt which has many questions about the previous inhabitants of the farm you are encouraged to answer after you have completed your adventure.
The second program victims are introduced to is the Terror Treatment. This program which is exclusive to The Dark Side Haunted Adventure allows a guest to purchase the Terror Treatment for a friend or family member in their group. The way this program works is when a guest purchases the terror ticket online they receive an e-mail in which they answer somewhat personal questions about their victim. They are then issued a victim code which they bring to the box office which allows their victim to be electronically linked to their information. During the course of the evening when victims pass by certain areas of the haunt, this information is displayed to the actors for use in personally terrorizing them. In fact, the victim’s first encounter with this program is in the queue line just before starting their haunted adventure.
The adventure begins with a story about Charlie Murphy and his family, the first inhabitants in recorded history to mysteriously disappear from this haunted land. After the story, the group is taken up the hill to an abandoned mine shaft which is the perfect setting for the first haunted house called The Descent. The dimly lit mine entrance with eerie low-lying fog rolling out offers the perfect beginning to the evening’s horror entertainment. Once inside, guests make their way through the rock caverns, constantly descending deeper into the earth. The Mine offers animatronics and meticulously costumed haunt actors coming out of everywhere. Survivors of the mine will experience areas of Closter phobia and disorientation before emerging on the dark side of the farm. Once outside again, visitors will find a complete mining scene with actors, miner’s helmets and props made just for pictures. The attendant there will snap your group’s picture with your smart phone so guests can immediately post to their social media site of choice. Your group then gathers around a fire for a couple of minutes to wait for the next wagon to arrive to continue the adventure.
The second haunt is called Twilight Nightmare and is the haunted hayride part of this incredible night. As soon as the wagon pulls up you realize you have never been on a haunted hayride like this before. The black wagons are custom designed to look a bit like a horse drawn hearse but are essentially a moving theater with their rows of bench seats all facing forward. When the wagon stops, eerie blue lights reveal steps along the entire side of the wagon for boarding. In only seconds, 40 terrified souls are on board, and the story of the Wilton family begins. The wagon moves in sync with an original soundtrack along the ghostly banks of a river, through a wooded swamp, across fields, next to ponds and into a pitch black pine forest known to be haunted. Along its path are movie quality sets, energetic actors with detailed costumes and makeup, huge animatronics, loud sounds and tons of pyrotechnics. The wagons have design features which allow the actors to interact with the guests like you have never seen before. In one of the scenes, the wagon passes through the Midwest’s largest vortex tunnel. The illusion of an entire wagon full of guests flipping over is nothing short of incredible. If the creepy outdoor setting, the actors coming at you from all angles, and finding yourself on the edge of your seat is not enough, the Dark Side engineers have designed into the wagons a number of tricks that send their guests into sensory overload. This 4D haunted experience is nothing like anything you have encountered before or will again.
As guests disembark the wagon in the midst of a pitch black pine forest, they make their way towards a small fire where they are greeted by an old woman who tells the story of the history of the woods. The story is about Grandma Townsend and her group of mutant children that lived in and still inhabit the woods. This third haunted house is called Backwoods Revenge. Guests now have a chance to encounter the community built by these children separated from the rest of the world. This haunt features highly detailed scenes including a toxic waste dump, butcher shop that specializes in meat from travelers, a hunting cabin, and a great grave yard scene with low lying fog, thunder, lightning, wind and of course actors with impeccable timing.
As guests claw their way through the pine forest, they come upon an old rickety wooden bridge. Those who dare to cross the bridge emerge from the forest high in the air only to find themselves deposited in the middle of the Dark Side’s newest haunt, Mephistopheles Lair. The fourth haunted house of this terrifying evening features a chamber with more than a dozen doors most of which take you on a confusing adventure that eventually ends up once again in the chamber of doors giving guests the opportunity to make a wiser choice. The evil spirits move freely about the maze shocking visitors with their presence. To raise the anxiety level to new heights a twist has been added to the Lair. The maze changes so routes that once worked for escape bring you back to the chamber and a new door will allow you on your way if you can find it. Not to worry, the “I QUIT” door always works.
Those who escape the lair find themselves standing before a large rusty corn crib inhabited by something unhuman. This is the entrance to Schizophrenia, the fifth haunted house of the night. Here guests find their way around ten foot tall corn stalks encountering all sorts of farm related props and farm hands that appear out of nowhere. A unique feature of this haunt is a sense of chaos created by the farm hands yelling to one another and engaging guests with their suggestions of how to escape from the corn. The poor souls that heed these suggestions often find themselves back in the middle of the maze only to be badgered once again. Victims of the pandemonium have a great time interacting with the farm hands until one of them appears out of nowhere and scares the hell out of them. You know you are close to escaping the chaos when you come upon a cabin set on the edge of a swamp with an old man on the front porch hurling insults at intruders as they walk across his old wooden bridge.
The huddled groups that escape the corn maze embark their final destination. Foxglove Nursery is a series of greenhouses, but here the plants are in control. This highly detailed, Closter phobic haunted house will raise your anticipation to a fever pitch, because the plants and the gardeners are only inches away from you with each attack. This haunt features lush green foliage, water features, smells, sounds and fog. The environment allows actors with impeccable timing to get nonstop scares from visitors. Foxglove Nursery is also one of many attack locations for the “Terror Treatment” victims.
The last stop in the adventure is at the exit interview tent where guests can find the answers to the scavenger hunt questions and receive a free gift for participating in a poll aimed at improving the haunt.
The evening isn’t over for everyone. Those guests with upgraded tickets to the Zombie Expedition are directed down a long corridor through the corn to themed, covered, double deck wagons outfitted with seats, paintball guns and a themed soundtrack. Guests then embark on a nearly half mile trek through seven meticulously built scenes from America’s favorite Zombie show. On their hunt, they encounter animatronics, pyrotechnics, and over one hundred and fifty attacking zombies that drop when shot in the head. Forget about those zombie shooting galleries you have seen before. This is 15 minutes of high energy, adrenaline pumping fun.
The creative teams at The Dark Side work tirelessly year round on a schedule two years out to bring guests the best haunted house experience in Wisconsin. The procurement group shops at auctions, flea markets, garage sales, thrift shops and online year round for props and costumes. The engineering and construction team prepare scene design worksheets which include prop lists, construction specifications, actor requirements, purchased materials lists, pictures, sketches and layouts. Props are built in the shop all winter, and when the Wisconsin weather permits, new scenes are built and old ones revamped.
With innovative guest programs like photo opportunities in every queue, the Scavenger Hunt to encourage the seasoned guests to concentrate on the meticulously crafted environment thus taking their mind off the next scare, and of course the “Terror Treatment” program where guests are electronically connected to semi personal information that the actors use to terrorize them, it’s clear these people are passionate about what they do. With a neurotic attention to detail and a strong commitment to the guest experience, The Dark Side Haunted Adventure staff produces a show that has been voted “scariest” haunted house in Wisconsin two years in a row and receives the annual approval of thousands of energetic haunt fans from across the upper Midwest. No list of top scream parks across the U.S. would be complete without The Dark Side Haunted Adventure. Every haunt enthusiast in the upper Midwest should have The Dark Side on their short list of haunts to visit this Fall.
Wisconsin Haunted Houses have grown over the years to feature some really amazing haunted houses some of which have been featured on Travel Channel. Several years ago when we visited haunted houses in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin the haunted houses in Wisconsin seemed to be around every corner especially in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin haunted houses are very popular form of entertainment and more haunted houses in Wisconsin here at Hauntworld.com. On Hauntworld.com you will find every type of haunted houses in Wisconsin from a haunted hayride, haunted house, Halloween Attractions, ghost tours, to paranormal ghost hunting. Read all about the best and scariest haunted houses in the state of New York here at Hauntworld.com
When looking for a scary or the best haunted house in Wisconsin look no further than the area of Milwaukee, Wisconsin because this is an absolute hotbed for haunted houses in Wisconsin. One of the biggest around is Green Bay Fear a new and massive haunted house. Other haunted houses in and around Milwaukee Wisconsin are Burial Chamber, Shockwave Haunts, Dark Side and Dr. Scary's Haunted House. One of the longest haunted houses in Milwaukee Wisconsin is Mars Haunted House which has been scaring people in the Milwaukee area for years.
There are at least 10 haunted houses scattered all across Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The fact is Milwaukee area is close to other major cities like Green Bay which is another hotbed for scary haunted houses in Wisconsin. Use the zip code finder here on
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The Real Hannibal Lector
Ed Gein is the man behind the fictional character, Hannibal Lector, only Ed Gein was even worse. Born and raised in Wisconsin, this man is one of the state’s most notorious murderers and gruesome criminals.
Many think that Ed Gein became the way he was because of his upraising. His mother, a staunch Lutheran, talked to her boys about the evils of women, who were all whores, and would read them graphic versus about death from the bible. Gein became a social outcast at school and that was around the time his bad behavior started to arise.
After Geins mother and brothers died, he became isolated and his behavior started turning murderous and gruesome. Gein was arrested on murder charges and the following were found in his home: human skulls mountain on his bed, human skin made into lampshades, skullcaps used as bowls, window blinds with human lips, belt made from human nipples and socks made from human flash. Gein was also known for murdering little children around the town to make a collection of “shrunken heads” for his home.
One of the most disturbing things that Gein admitted to while he was incarcerated was the fact that he wanted a sex change. He didn’t want one to be a transsexual, but rather he wanted to make a “woman suit” so he could pretend to be his mother. Gein killed the bodies of many women, tanned their skins and started sewing together a “woman suit” that resembled his mother. He never did get the chance to finish the suit.
Gein died in 1984, but it is said that his ghost has roamed the area where he once lived. People have witnessed a younger Ed Gain walking or driving his car. A few couples have reported that while sitting at a lookout point, a man who looked like Ed Gain banged on their car windows.
Ed Gein is known as one of the most cruel, gruesome and evil serial killers ever. His horrid and heinous crimes have been used in thriller and horror movies throughout the years. Most notably, Hannibal Lector was based mainly off of Ed Gein and his crimes.