I have had the applause of the crowd and the satisfaction that comes of being approved by the multitude, while the most that you have done has been witnessed by a few trembling, scarred, and foot-sore bondmen and women, whom you have led out of the house of bondage, and whose heartfelt "God bless you" has been your only reward.
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We have many plans and enthusiasm to keep expanding and making Murderpedia a better site, but we really need your help for this. Charbonneau, Linda Lou: White; age 53 at crime; murder of white male age 62 (her ex-husband) near Millsboro (Sussex County) om 9-23-2001 and of white male age 45 (her husband) near Bridgeville (Sussex County) on ; sentenced on 6-4-2004. Her first husband was killed in a car accident, leaving her with two children to raise.
The driveway is overgrown and blocked by a chain with a wooden sign that reads “Fischer.” Most of the Gein property was carved up and sold off, but the land the farmhouse sat on is currently owned by the grandson of the man who bought it when it was auctioned off in 1958.
After the war, she established the Harriet Tubman Home for the Aged, which institutionalized a pattern of her life -- caring for African Americans in need.
But by 1997, Linda had had enough of John and left him to marry his nephew, Billy Sproates.
Within a few years, she was back with John, though still married to Billy.
On May 24th, 2006 we finally made our pilgrimage to Plainfield to experience the legend of Ed Gein for ourselves.
Aside from a few uncomfortable glances from the local inhabitants, being momentarily followed by a creepy old towtruck, and unknowingly leaving with some souvenir ticks, it was an enlightening trip. Directions to Ed Gein’s Property and the Plainfield Cemetery (map) I-35 exit 136.