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Date Posted: 17:36:00 02/05/16 Fri
Author: Leland Gaunt
Subject: Just For Fun.... "Psycho 2" (Sequel) 1983
In reply to: Leland Gaunt 's message, "Favorite "Coffee Kratch" Between Son & "Mother"..." on 14:16:19 02/05/16 Fri


Re: Mrs. Spool, Norman Bates "real" mother..

See synopsis below..

In the Psycho sequels[edit]

Psycho II[edit]

In Psycho II, Mrs. Spool, the cook at a diner in Fairvale, California urges owner Ralph Statler to make Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) — newly released from the mental institution he was institutionalized in during the original film — the cook’s helper. Statler accepts and Norman meets with Mrs. Spool. At about this time, a series of brutal murders occur that bear a similarity to the ones Norman committed years before.

In the film's final scene, Mrs. Spool comes to visit Norman and reveals to him that she is his real mother. She tells him that she had him when she was very young and out of wedlock. She was put away by the state and her sister, Norma, took Norman in her care, raising him as her son. Mrs. Spool, while telling him this, is unaware she is actually sipping tea which Norman has poisoned. The poison takes effect and Mrs. Spool begins to cough. Norman picks up a nearby shovel and hits her on the head, killing her.

Norman takes his new “Mother” upstairs, and begins talking to himself in Spool's voice, recreating his murderous "Mother" persona.


Norman Bates, played by the late Anthony Perkins clops a Mrs. Spool over the head toward the ending of the classic movie and sequel..

Norman Bates becomes convinced the co-worker and cook's help is his real mother after all those years..

He carries the dead Mrs. Spool upstairs to her bedroom.. Inside the bedroom, a conversation begins between a Norman Bates and his "mother"..

The oratory video cannot be found. but the conversation is within this order as paraphrased..

Mrs. Spool: "What are you waiting for? Get this motel open as we have money to make.. How do you expect to run this motel without any visitors"?

In the traditions of a very pointed, harsh, doctrinaire, tone of an angry old lady as remembered and recalled..

This of course was a Norman Bates talking for both himself and of course, his newly found "mother"......


The harsh, mean sounding "mother" has all the earmarks of someone who is currently within the news today... If you get the picture and the meaning...

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