ghostfrog

Belton, TX

#1986 Jul 21, 2009
texasgurl wrote:
<quoted text>thomas is not a fictional character...this actually happen in the 70s in texas... i know because i live in texas. this happen in bell county which is up in the waco temple area...i know because i live 53 miles from where it happen, so you are the one who is mental...i am from texas, born and raised and no i am not white or some hillbilly who lives in the sticks... i am black...they turned the house into an actual museum type place, the mill and all, its private property. a land mark. dont believe me, come to texas and c
Well i'm born & raised in Texas too. In waco. What's more I was actually alive back then. IT NEVER HAPPENED. I remember seeing the original film, which was released in 1973, at a drive-in. Back then a lot of people were claiming it was true also. At least until it was pointed out there had never been a single news report or newspaper story about these types of crimes. Certainly there were plenty of lurid crime stories around back then. This wasn't too long after the Manson killings, Zodiac, or Dean Corll. If there had been a bunch of people killed by some skin-mask wearing, chainsaw welding cannibal & his family it would have been all over the news. And don't start with that conspiracy or cover-up crap. The government back then couldn't cover-up it's own screw ups, let alone these types of crimes. Bottom line, THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE NEVER REALLY HAPPENED & LEATHERFACE IS A FICTIONAL CHARACTER
r5ynmb

Kansas City, MO

#1987 Jul 21, 2009
wat prisin is he in
texasgurl

Gause, TX

#1988 Jul 21, 2009
he is in a prison called Rusk 4 all the people who are odviously in denile or just plain stupid n dnt kno their texas history
texasgurl

Gause, TX

#1989 Jul 21, 2009
Thomas Hewitt was born August 7th, 1939 inside the Blair Meat Co. packing plant in Fuller. The child was born with severe physical deformities and his mother died soon after giving birth. The manager of the plant discarded the infant, placing it inside of a dumpster outside the building. Luda May Hewitt discovered the baby while scrounging for food and took it as her own.[1]
Thomas grew up at the Hewitt residence and Luda May loved the child unconditionally. Luda's immediate family, Charlie and Monty Hewitt, though not as affectionate towards Thomas as his new mother was, accepted the boy into their family as if he were Luda May's natural child.
Over the years, Thomas Hewitt experienced great hardship due not only to his physical deformity, but also suffered severe mental impairment as well. This, in combination with the macabre living conditions that he was subject to, had averse effects on his psyche. One example of this included Thomas' penchant for trapping and skinning small animals. He even developed and interest in needlepoint and would sew together random patches of various animal pelts which he would use for clothing, headwear and other ornamentation (such as necklaces made out of teeth). As a teenager, Thomas was the target of tremendous ridicule by his peers. His teachers at the town school tried their best to help him adjust, but even they agreed that Thomas was "beyond learning". On July 9th, 1958, Thomas had been spying on some bathers at a nearby waterhole. One of them, Jesse, caught Thomas peering at them and began berating him. Thomas retaliated by attacking Jesse and bringing him back to a millhouse on the Hewitt property. After tying him down to a bed, Thomas, clad from head to toe in animal pelts, removed the skin from Jesse's face with a knife. The motivation behind such an act remains unclear. Perhaps he was trying to make Jesse look more like himself, or perhaps by possessing Jesse's face, he could make himself look more normal. Charlie Hewitt stepped into the mill and found Thomas standing over the dying boy. Though shocked, he didn't disapprove of Tommy's actions, and actually assisted him in finishing off his victim and concealing the body.[2]
That same day, a school instructor named Mister Hanson visited the Hewitt residence to speak with Luda May. He expressed his concerns over Thomas’ wellbeing and revealed that he was aware of the boy’s habit for trapping and skinning animals. Luda May insisted that there was nothing wrong with Tommy’s behavior, but Hanson threatened to file a report with the city and have him moved to a special home. As Hanson turned to leave, Luda May bludgeoned him across the back of the head with a shovel, killing him.[3]
As an adult, Tommy Hewitt began working as a butcher at the same meat packing plant that he was born in. In 1969, health inspectors closed the plant down, and the manager instructed Tommy to leave the premises. For reasons unknown, Hewitt went berserk and killed his employer with a sledgehammer. Charlie Hewitt learned what had happened and knew that the local sheriff, Winston Hoyt, was looking to arrest Tommy. To ensure his nephew's freedom, Charlie murdered Hoyt and took his place as town sheriff.[4]
texasgurl

Gause, TX

#1990 Jul 21, 2009
By the early 1970s, murder had become a commonplace activity for the members of the Hewitt family. Tommy Hewitt had developed a taste for killing people with his chainsaw and wearing his victims' faces as masks. Luda May would prepare the bodies for family meals, and Charlie Hewitt would discard the remains down a large cistern on the Hewitt estate. Local law enforcement had no idea that any of this had been taking place.
In August of 1973, Tommy Hewitt, having fully embraced his "Leatherface" persona, murdered four teenagers who had been traveling from Mexico to Dallas for a rock concert. His first victim was a boy named Kemper, whom he skinned, using his face as a personal flesh mask. His second victim was a young woman named Pepper who he killed with his chainsaw outside the farmhouse. He then tortured a boy named Andy, leaving him hanging from a meat hook to bleed to death. Following which was a boy named Morgan who lost his life while trying to flee. He chased the remaining teenager Erin Hardesty across town to the Blair Meat Co. packing plant, but was unable to kill her. Erin fought back, hacking off Tommy's right arm with a meat cleaver. He attempted to pursue her, but Erin miraculously escaped. When state authorities learned about Erin's story, they raided the Hewitt residence. Tommy, concealed in the cellar leapt out and attacked them killing several state troopers. During the attack, an image of "Leatherface" was recorded on film and ultimately recovered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. At the time, it was believed that Tommy Hewitt was the sole perpetrator of the events which soon came to be known as the Texas Chainsaw Massacre.[5]
In 1974, the F.B.I. re-opened the unsolved case and conducted an investigation in Fuller. At the behest of his mother, Tommy Hewitt went into hiding along with the other surviving members of the Hewitt clan. Luda May, now the leader of the family, brought them down into the tunnels that ran beneath Travis County where they remained in hiding. At this time, Tommy's uncle "Old Monty" fashioned a crude prosthetic to replace his missing limb made from bone, metal rods, and a hook. Though handicapped, Tommy was still capable of wielding a chainsaw and demonstrated his skill when he killed several Travis County deputies.[6]
The following evening, Tommy Hewitt had two more encounters with agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation – encounters that ultimately led to the deaths of both men. The first was FBI agent Baines, the uncle of young Pepper (whom Leatherface murdered with his chainsaw during the '73 massacre). Leatherface fought with Baines on two instances. He initially encountered him outside the Blair Meat packing plant. Baines, already injured after battling a slaughterhouse foreman named Hank, managed to survive this first struggle with Leatherface, though Tommy's chainsaw did succeed in lacerating the agent's chest and severing his Achilles tendon. Baines managed to track Tommy back to the Hewitts' underground grotto, but Tommy severed his right arm with a meat cleaver, then decapitated him with his chainsaw. One of the other Hewitt captives, WTEX reporter Kim Burns managed to escape the family's clutches along with the insensate FBI profiler agent Henkle. Thomas used his chainsaw to burrow upwards through the earth and managed to capture Henkle, dragging him back down into the tunnels where he promptly killed him.
texasgurl

Gause, TX

#1991 Jul 21, 2009
Tommy gave chase to the fleeing Kim Burns and pursued her all the way into town. Grabbing her, he tossed her into the back of a meat truck driven by his cousin Zeke. Kim succeeded in cutting Leatherface's leg with a meat hook and pushing him out of the back of the moving vehicle. Leatherface was unable to pursue her any further, and Kim managed to escape
Real NameThomas Brown HewittCurrent AliasLeatherface
IdentitySecret
AlignmentBad
AffiliationHewitt Family
RelativesCharlie Hewitt (uncle, deceased); Luda May Hewitt (mother); Monty Hewitt (uncle); Jedidiah Hewitt (nephew); Zeke Hewitt (cousin); Shilo Hewitt (cousin);sloane(real mother, deceased, he was adopted by the hewitts) ;unknown real father
UniverseTexas Chainsaw Massacre
Base Of OperationsTravis County, Texas
Characteristics
GenderMale
Height6' 5"
HairBrown
Unusual FeaturesThomas Hewitt was born with a skin condition which caused extreme facial deformity.
Status
CitizenshipAmerican
Marital StatusSingle
OccupationFormer meat cutter
EducationNone
Origin
OriginAugust 7th, 1939
Place of BirthTravis County, Texas
Years after the case was closed, a group of producers and directors made a film based on the actual events that happend...
Now Thomas Hewitt aka leatherface is currently serving life in prison at the Texas state maximm security facility Rusk
-Wikia.com
im pretty sure they kno more about him than u do...the study this kind of matter everyday 4 a living...now who gne argue with that????
adf

Rochester, MI

#1992 Jul 21, 2009
texasgurl wrote:
By the early 1970s, murder had become a commonplace activity for the members of the Hewitt family. Tommy Hewitt had developed a taste for killing people with his chainsaw and wearing his victims' faces as masks. Luda May would prepare the bodies for family meals, and Charlie Hewitt would discard the remains down a large cistern on the Hewitt estate. Local law enforcement had no idea that any of this had been taking place.
In August of 1973, Tommy Hewitt, having fully embraced his "Leatherface" persona, murdered four teenagers who had been traveling from Mexico to Dallas for a rock concert. His first victim was a boy named Kemper, whom he skinned, using his face as a personal flesh mask. His second victim was a young woman named Pepper who he killed with his chainsaw outsidethe farmhouse. He then tortured a boy named Andy, leaving him hanging from a meat hook to bleed to death. Following which was a boy named Morgan who lost his life while trying to flee. He chased the remaining teenager Erin Hardesty across town to the Blair Meat Co. packing plant, but was unable to kill her. Erin fought back, hacking off Tommy's right arm with a meat cleaver. He attempted to pursue her, but Erin miraculously escaped. When state authorities learned about Erin's story, they raided the Hewitt residence. Tommy, concealed in the cellar leapt out and attacked them killing several state troopers. During the attack, an image of "Leatherface" was recorded on film and ultimately recovered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. At the time, it was believed that Tommy Hewitt was the sole perpetrator of the events which soon came to be known as the Texas Chainsaw Massacre.[5]
In 1974, the F.B.I. re-opened the unsolved case and conducted an investigation in Fuller. At the behest of his mother, Tommy Hewitt went into hiding along with the other surviving members of the Hewitt clan. Luda May, now the leader of the family, brought them down into the tunnels that ran beneath Travis County where they remained in hiding. At this time, Tommy's uncle "Old Monty" fashioned a crude prosthetic to replace his missing limb made from bone, metal rods, and a hook. Though handicapped, Tommy was still capable of wielding a chainsaw and demonstrated his skill when he killed several Travis County deputies.[6]
The following evening, Tommy Hewitt had two more encounters with agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation – encounters that ultimately led to the deaths of both men. The first was FBI agent Baines, the uncle of young Pepper (whom Leatherface murdered with his chainsaw during the '73 massacre). Leatherface fought with Baines on two instances. He initially encountered him outside the Blair Meat packing plant. Baines, already injured after battling a slaughterhouse foreman named Hank, managed to survive this first struggle with Leatherface, though Tommy's chainsaw did succeed in lacerating the agent's chest and severing his Achilles tendon. Baines managed to track Tommy back to the Hewitts' underground grotto, but Tommy severed his right arm with a meat cleaver, then decapitated him with his chainsaw. One of the other Hewitt captives, WTEX reporter Kim Burns managed to escape the family's clutches along with the insensate FBI profiler agent Henkle. Thomas used his chainsaw to burrow upwards through the earth and managed to capture Henkle, dragging him back down into the tunnels where he promptly killed him.
That was a comic book nothing else
sex_machine

Sydney, Australia

#1993 Jul 21, 2009
Justinn wrote:
...and the movie was lightly based on the real texas chainsaw massacre, he was messed up because he never made friends at school, and when he tried his mom scholded him.
you sir are a sausage maker, and you know little about sexual intercourse!!!
texasgurl

Gause, TX

#1994 Jul 21, 2009
i live in texas, i kno...got to the texas base profile on the internet n c 4 yourself...how u gne argue wit somebody who lives 53miles 4rm where it happen???
ghostfrog

Belton, TX

#1995 Jul 22, 2009
texasgurl wrote:
i live in texas, i kno...got to the texas base profile on the internet n c 4 yourself...how u gne argue wit somebody who lives 53miles 4rm where it happen???
I can argue with you because I live in Texas also & I'm older than you. Your full of crap. It never happened. Apparently you are not aware that the movie released in 2003, upon which all your info is based, is a REMAKE. The ORIGINAL film was released in 1974. It was filmed in July & August of 1973. Which, according to you, means it would have been filmed at the same time as the massacre took place. It was directed by Tobe Hooper & written by Hooper & Kim Henkels It starred Marilyn Burns & Gunnar Hansen. Get a copy & watch it. You want to tell other people to learn Texas history? Learn a little history yourself. Speaking of which, there is no maximum security prison in Rusk. Rusk penitentiary closed in 1917. There are 3 facilities in Rusk county now. None of them are maximum security. 2 of them opened in 1995 & the other in 2003. This is basic information that anyone with half a brain could find out.
ghostfrog

Belton, TX

#1996 Jul 22, 2009
Oh & speaking of Texas, Fuller Texas is in Wheeler County which is up in the panhandle. There has never been a company called Blair Meat Co. there. Again basic stuff.
murphygirl

Wallingford, CT

#1997 Jul 22, 2009
come on this is bull if he was alive the money he would be making on these movies his family or some one would have sold him out by now...can anyone tell me where to go to see if he was indited for these crimes or not .....they say 20 yrs later they found bodies what is the real story how do these bodies link back to him...someone pls let me no...maybe i am, not getting the right info....bemurphygirl@aol.com.. ........thank u ..could someone take the time to tell me the real story
texasgurl

Gause, TX

#1998 Jul 22, 2009
ghostfrog wrote:
<quoted text>
I can argue with you because I live in Texas also & I'm older than you. Your full of crap. It never happened. Apparently you are not aware that the movie released in 2003, upon which all your info is based, is a REMAKE. The ORIGINAL film was released in 1974. It was filmed in July & August of 1973. Which, according to you, means it would have been filmed at the same time as the massacre took place. It was directed by Tobe Hooper & written by Hooper & Kim Henkels It starred Marilyn Burns & Gunnar Hansen. Get a copy & watch it. You want to tell other people to learn Texas history? Learn a little history yourself. Speaking of which, there is no maximum security prison in Rusk. Rusk penitentiary closed in 1917. There are 3 facilities in Rusk county now. None of them are maximum security. 2 of them opened in 1995 & the other in 2003. This is basic information that anyone with half a brain could find out.
well im 49 so how old are u???
texasgurl

Gause, TX

#1999 Jul 22, 2009
go 2 the texas profile website and it will tell u
texasgurl

Gause, TX

#2000 Jul 22, 2009
sex_machine wrote:
<quoted text>
you sir are a sausage maker, and you know little about sexual intercourse!!!
u live in austrilia what do u kno bout what happens in texas??? dnt worry i'll wait
ghostfrog

Belton, TX

#2001 Jul 23, 2009
texasgurl wrote:
<quoted text> well im 49 so how old are u???
Ok I admit if your really 49 you are a few years older than me. Although I have to wonder how a 49 y/o woman could be unaware that the original version of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre came out in the 70s. BTW Why was that the only thing you replied to? No response on the fact that there is no maximum security prison in Rusk, or that Fuller is nowhere near Bell county & there has never been a Blair Meat Co. there? What's the matter? Don't you have an answer for those?
ghostfrog

Belton, TX

#2002 Jul 23, 2009
texasgurl wrote:
go 2 the texas profile website and it will tell u
& what the hell is this texas profile website you keep going on about? why don't you provide a link?
texasgurl

Gause, TX

#2003 Jul 23, 2009
ghostfrog wrote:
<quoted text>
& what the hell is this texas profile website you keep going on about? why don't you provide a link?
www.tshaonline.org AND THERE U CAN ALSO FIND OUT ABOUT THE RUSK PRISON SYSTEM...IF U CAN RESEARCH IT RIGHT
texasgurl

Gause, TX

#2004 Jul 23, 2009
MAN DUDE, IM LIKE SOO DONE...THIS IS STUPID...ARGUIN WITH A BUNCH OF PEOPLE WHO I DONT KNO ABOUT A MAN WHO WAS CLEARLY A REAL PERSON...I HAV A LIFE...I DONT ARGUE WITH STRANGERS 4 FUN...hollA
ghostfrog

Belton, TX

#2005 Jul 23, 2009
texasgurl wrote:
MAN DUDE, IM LIKE SOO DONE...THIS IS STUPID...ARGUIN WITH A BUNCH OF PEOPLE WHO I DONT KNO ABOUT A MAN WHO WAS CLEARLY A REAL PERSON...I HAV A LIFE...I DONT ARGUE WITH STRANGERS 4 FUN...hollA
No, you don't argue with people who you know are right. I checked your little "profile". All thats on there is info about the films. Nowhere does it say Leatherface was a real person. The articles on Rusk say exactly what I said before. Rusk penitentiary closed in 1917. So run away like the scared little chickenshit you are. Like all the ones before you who were proven wrong & ran with their tail tucked between their legs. You've just joined zack & adf in the ranks of the defeated losers.

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