MGM’s “Psycho: The Lost Tapes of Ed Gein” documentary has been released. In the documentary, we hear Ed Gein accepting his crimes and much more. The documentary has four episodes, and new episodes will be released every weekend. The first episode of “Psycho: The Lost Tapes of Ed Gein” has been released.

In this episode, we learn about how Ed Gein was influenced by his mother and about some of his victims. The first episode only shows us Eleanor Adams, a middle-aged woman whose gravesite was 12 feet away from Ed Gein’s mother, and the owner of Plainfield hardware store, Bernice Worden, who had a son named Frank Worden.

Where is Eleanor Adams’ family now?

After the death of Ed Gein’s mother, he started his heinous crimes. He began digging graves and took skins, heads, and many more items from those bodies. He used to read newspapers where he found out about recent deaths, and then he would dig the grave in the evening or the next day after the family members buried the body.

He robbed a total of nine graves, and his first victim was Eleanor Adams. There is no news about Eleanor Adams’ family on the internet.

Where is Bernice Worden’s son, Frank Worden, now?

Frank Worden’s full name was Frank Ernest Worden. He was the deputy sheriff of Plainfield and also took care of his mother’s hardware store. After his mother’s death, Frank stayed in Plainfield and continued his job as sheriff, trying to move on from the tragic death of his mother. Frank also served in the US Navy during World War II.

He passed away on August 6, 2001, at the age of 78.


 

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