Escapism is something most of us are guilty of. We retire to our TV shows, video games, podcasts… One would not assume that even the most esoteric escapes could be dangerous, but for two gay men in the mid 80’s living in rural Northern Georgia, that would be a dangerous assumption.
This is the story of a place called Corpsewood. The handbuilt manor castle in the remote woods was meant to be a solitary retreat for Dr. Charles Scudder and Joseph Odem, but instead it would become their final resting place in which a carnival-like media atmosphere of victim-blaming would descend.
- Joanne Thompson vs. the Devil Worshipers
- Corpsewood Manor – A Journey into Murder
- Pictures of Corpsewood
- Scudder talking about why he left society
- Geraldo Rivera: Exposing Satan’s Underground
- Deception of a Generation
- “We’re going to Devil’s Mountain”
- “And uh we’re trying to find this manor…will get us there without any problem”
- “We’ve walked for about 15 minutes…keep movin.”
- “Welcome to Corpsewood Manor…”
- “We’re in here somewhere…maybe the entrance”
- I’m out in the middle of nowhere…Corpsewood Manor.
- Satanic Panic
- Deception of a Generation (demonic toys)