What happened at the real Bates Motel?


What happened at the real Bates Motel?

What happened at the real Bates Motel?

While staying at the Bates Motel, Marion was stabbed to death while showering. Norman cleaned up the crime scene and later got rid of the evidence, as well as Marion's body. It was later revealed that Norman was the killer and he suffered from multiple personality disorder.

What is Bates Motel based in?

Unlike Psycho (1960), which is set in Fairvale, California, Bates Motel is set in the fictional coastal town of White Pine Bay, Oregon. The series' actual set in Aldergrove, British Columbia. Other set locations have been used throughout the Fraser Valley, British Columbia.

Is Bates Motel a good show?

  • It's not that Bates Motel is bad television. Over the course of its run it has been intermittently great, offering compelling moments, brilliant performances and a very clever twist on the Norman Bates mythos. It has also been full of meandering and laughable subplots, weird dialogue and an inconsistent focus on the elements that made it good.

What is the story behind Bates Motel?

  • Bates Motel. Bates Motel is a 1987 television movie spin-off of the 1960 suspense/horror film Psycho. The film is about Alex West, a mentally disturbed youth who was admitted to an asylum after killing his abusive stepfather. There he befriends Norman Bates and ends up inheriting the infamous Bates Motel.

What was the original name of the Bates Motel?

  • The Bates Motel, formerly the Seafairer Motel, is a motel in White Pine Bay, Oregon, in front of the now constructed Lee Berman Memorial Bypass. It was owned and run by Norman Bates , who ended up becoming sole owner after killing his mother Norma.

What is the address of the motel used in Bates Motel?

  • A replica of the original Bates Motel set from the film Psycho was built on location at approximately 1054 272nd Street in Aldergrove, British Columbia , where portions of the series were filmed. The original house and motel is located in Universal Studios, Hollywood, Los Angeles.

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