Grantham Serial Murders and Their Victims Serial Killer Edward Gein Case Study

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Review the case of Edward Gein, American Psycho. The essay should be 500 words and have an introduction summarizing the criminal case, a body that discusses the issues surrounding the case (how were they able to avoid being caught for so long - personality of the offender, lack of evidence available, lack of technology, etc.), and what led to their arrest and prosecution, and a conclusion that discusses the outcome of their prosecution along with what changes could have been made along the way which might have led to an earlier arrest. Use google scholar to find the case legislature or court documentation that discusses the prosecution outcome. Be sure to include a reference page. Please follow APA guidelines; provide a title page and reference page. use Time Romans 12 point font and double spaced.

the reference for the book is:

Hickey, E. W. (2016). Serial murders and their victims, (7th ed.), Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.

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SERIAL KILLER: EDWARD GEIN

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Serial Killer: Edward Gein Outline
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SERIAL KILLER: EDWARD GEIN

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Serial Killer: Edward Gein Outline


Edward Gein was a murderer also nicknamed the Plainfield Ghoul.



He was convicted of murder and body snatching.



He was eventually arrested after he was suspected of the murder of his last victim.



Upon searching his house the police found body parts and an assortment of skins and
skulls which he used as decorations.



Officially, he was charged with two murders.



However, he was suspected of murdering his brother who had developed a habit of
speaking ill about their mother.



Edward Gein was arrested after he became a suspect in the disappearance of a
hardware store owner called Bernice Worden.



The police questioned him and proceeded to also search his farm.



The head of his two victims, Mary Hogan and Bernice Worden, were also discovered
in his house...


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