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Comments about the soundtrack for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Steve Jablonsky)

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Re: NOT a true story!!
• Posted by: Scott W   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, November 17, 2005, at 9:08 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: NOT a true story!! (Rachell T.)

One other thing from the account.

Bernice's body was not found with legs spread. In fact, the body was found hanging up-side-down by the heels from the rafters. A crossbar had been stuck through the legs between the Achilles tendons and the ankles. They had been bound close together as one tendon had been torn and the leg had to be bound to the other. The crime photos also show that the arms had been tied to the crossbar so that they appeared to hang alongside the body. If you have ever seen a dressed deer hanging at a tavern or in someones yard, that's it. That's the image. No blood, no organs, no... nothing.


> Great account above! I am an artist who is looking for the
> thanks!
Sarah P.
Rachell T.

> Alright, here are maps of where everything use to be. The head stone for
> edward gein was stolen, but one of the towns people made a cross for him,
> so it wont be to hard to miss. If you ever go to visit this place have a
> great time. I myself am going next summer!

> Much love:
Rachell T.

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