Cindy Kaza is known for her role as a psychic medium in the paranormal community. She has been on shows such as "The Holzer Files," and she has made guest appearances on "Fright Club," hosted by Jack Osbourne. Now Kaza is on a quest to see if Ed Gein's spirit still plagues the town of Plainfield, Wisconsin.
Kaza now joins Paranormal investigator Steve Shippy to see if Ed Gein's spirit still lingers around Plainfield, Wisconsin, where he killed two women and dug up the grave of nine others to craft a suit made from human skin. He was also known for having chairs upholstered with human skin and bowls made of human skulls.
Gein died in the Mendota Mental Health Institute in 1984 at the age of 77, but it seems that he and "Mother" might still be around. The documentary "Ed Gein: The Real Psycho" is an excellent mashup of True Crime and Paranormal TV.
The Documentary is well worth checking out using the free seven-day trial on Discovery Plus.