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    • Ed Gein

    • Legends; People; Criminals; Serial murderers; Death; Dismemberment; Cannibalism; Grave robbing; Necrophilia;
    • Austin Wathen's transcribed interview of Phil. According to Phil, Ed Gein lived in Wisconsin and used to dig up fresh graves. He dug up the graves so he could eat the hearts and livers from the bodies. Phil also told some jokes about Ed Gein.
    • Ed Gein

    • Legends; People; Criminals; Serial murderers; Death; Dismemberment; Cannibalism; Grave robbing; Necrophilia;
    • Bob Wilberg's transcribed personal account of the story of Ed Gein. According to Wilberg, Ed Gein lived in Plainfeild, Wisconsin, and dug up bodies from several graves. Gein also killed a woman and hung her in his shed just like a deer. Wilberg...
    • Ed Gein

    • Legends; People; Criminals; Serial murderers; Death; Dismemberment; Cannibalism; Grave robbing; Necrophilia;
    • Barbara Birchfield's transcribed interview of Mary Tudor about Ed Gein. According to Tudor, there was a man in Wisconsin who killed women and made lampshades out of their skin. When he was caught, they found a human heart boiling on the stove.
    • Ed Gein

    • Legends; People; Criminals; Serial murderers; Death; Dismemberment; Cannibalism; Grave robbing; Necrophilia;
    • John Coleman's transcribed interview of Kathie Buhr about Ed Gein. According to Buhr, there was a man who was butchering women and selling their meat to other people.
    • Dyche, Eugene 1963

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Political prisoners; Prison sentences; Prisons; Prisoners; Harding, Warren G. (Warren Gamaliel), 1865-1923; United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Georgia;
    • Letter from Eugene Dyche on Indiana State College, Terre Haute, Indiana letterhead, ??/??/1963. Says that his father Ed Dyche became the warden of the Federal Penitentiary in Atlanta, Georgia by convincing the Oklahoma delegation at the Republican...
    • Gravity Hill

    • Hills; Suicides;
    • Ed Burheson is both the collector and informant in this legend pertaining to a hill in South bend, Indiana in which your car will roll up the hill backwards when in neutral.
    • I-Men's Club

    • Clubs; Indiana State Teachers College; Indiana State University; Student activities; Students; Teachers;
    • Members of the I-Men Club. First row, from left to right, are Charles Cashaw, Ray Sandlin, Art Rose, and Harry Hausenfleck. Second row, from left to right, are Ed Scott, Fred Oren, Bob Phillips, Bill Griffith, Dave Brines, Jerry Hile, Ed Poole,...
    • I-Men's Club

    • Clubs; Indiana State Teachers College; Indiana State University; Student activities; Students; Teachers;
    • Members of the I-Men Club. First row, from left to right, are Charles Cashaw, Ray Sandlin, Art Rose, and Harry Hausenfleck. Second row, from left to right, are Ed Scott, Fred Oren, Bob Phillips, Bill Griffith, Dave Brines, Jerry Hile, Ed Poole,...
    • Henry, Ed 1932-06-11

    • Nominations for office -- Indiana; Socialist Party of Indiana;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs on Socialist Party of Indiana letterhead, 6/11/32. Says that he is writing to inform Theodore Debs that he has been nominated Lieutenant Governor of Indiana by the Socialist Party. Asks that Theodore Debs accept the...
    • Face in the wall

    • Legends; Terre Haute (Ind.); Death; Faces; Automobile racing; Automobile driving; Automobiles; Fruitridge Avenue (Terre Haute, Ind.); Hulman Street (Terre Haute, Ind.);
    • Gay Kleinknight's transcribed interview of Ed White about the Face in the Wall in Terre Haute, Indiana. According to White, a boy was killed in a car accident and his face hit the wall. His father had the stone replaced, but the new stone was...
    • Vanishing hitchhiker, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Hitchhiking; Ghosts; Cemeteries;
    • Dave Elliott's transcribed variant of the Vanishing Hitchhiker urban legend as collected by Ed LeBlanc. In this account, Elliott describes cab drivers who encounter a woman waiting at the entrance of a St. Louis cemetery dressed in a wedding gown....
    • Stiffy Green, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Dogs; Ghosts; Tombs & sepulchral monuments;
    • Ed White's transcribed account of the legend of Stiffy Green as collected by Gay Kleinknight. According to the legend, Stiffy was a dog who was stuffed and placed in his master's mausoleum after his master died. Supposedly, the dog's eyes glow...
    • Gravity Hill

    • Hills;
    • Ed Burgeson collected a local legend from Bill Ridgeway pertaining to a hill located in South Bend, Indiana in which a car will roll backwards up the hill when in neutral.

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