Ed Gein Style Horror Jacket Is The Most Terrifying Jacket Ever – Design You Trust

Ed Gein Style Horror Jacket Is The Most Terrifying Jacket Ever

Behold! This fashion statement might literally change your life.

Handmade by creatives Kayla Arena and Toby Barron, this jacket is made to look as if it were made from human flesh. Known as the as the Ed Gein Serial Killer Jacket, this terrifying fashion piece is guaranteed to turn heads.

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In case you aren’t up to speed on your serial killer lore, Ed Gein was the scary man who killed people and then made furniture out of their flesh. His story has gone on to inspire horror films such as Psycho, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and The Silence of the Lambs.

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