The Girl in Alfred Hitchcock's Shower: A Murder that Became a Real-life Mystery, a Mystery that Became an Obsession
Marli Renfro wasn't famous, but she played a part in one of the most iconic scenes in American film -- as Janet Leigh's nude body double in Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho." Only hours after seeing the film, a young man dubbed the "Psycho Killer" took the life of his first victim. Then Marli inexplicably vanished, leading to reports that she'd been murdered. For Robert Graysmith, Marli's fate became an obsession -- a personal love note to a beautiful dead girl.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - BellaFoxx - LibraryThing
In 1988, Marli Renfro - Janet Leigh's body double in 'Psycho' - was raped and murdered by a serial killer with a fetish for the classic Hitchcock shocker. But as Robert Graysmith investigated Marli's ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Mike-L - LibraryThing
A big disappointment. The only real mystery is why the author is trying so desperately hard to create a mystery where none exists. He basically tries to splice together two stories that are only ... Read full review