A Conversation for Alfred Hitchcock
manwhofillsdoorways Started conversation May 27, 2005
Hitchcock was, allegedly, very much intrigued by the story of Ed Gein, a man who in real life skinned women and wore them.
There is a film of the same name. Ed Gein's history apparently also influenced in particular The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Silence of the Lambs.
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