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The next morning, Sheriff Hunt and Deputy Leo appear to investigate Patsy's disappearance. This causes Maureen to leave the motel and go stay with Father Brian, who took care of her at the hospital.
Norman tries to prevent Hunt from entering his mother's bedroom, when he discovers that "Mother"/Mrs. Norman searches for his mother all over the house and finds a note from her stating that she is in Cabin 12.
It stars Anthony Perkins as Norman Bates, Diana Scarwid as Maureen Coyle, and Jeff Fahey as Duane Duke. It marks the directorial debut of star Anthony Perkins.
Norman Bates still mans the desk at the Bates Motel and lives with the preserved corpse of his mother, Emma Spool.
Norman screams and promises "Mother" that he will get her for this. She tries to reason with Norman by explaining his family history: Emma Spool was his aunt and was in love with Norman's father, but he married her sister, Norma, instead. Spool then kidnapped Norman when he was a baby, after she killed Mr. Hunt informs Norman that they may never let him out of the institution again, Norman replies: "But I'll be free...
Bates, believing Norman was the child "she should have had with him". I'll finally be free." Norman, sitting silently in the back of the squad car, caresses a trophy he had concealed up one sleeve: the severed hand of Mrs. As he strokes the hand, he begins to smile craftily.
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He is startled because she strongly resembles his long-ago victim, Marion Crane. C." on her suitcase, Norman panics and leaves the diner. Red makes it clear she wants more than just a fling and calls him a pig when he refuses. Red tries to call a cab, but "Mother" shatters the phone booth door and stabs Red to death.
There he learns it was Duane who took "Mother"/Mrs. Duane demands a large sum of money to keep quiet or else he will turn Norman over to the police for the murders.
Norman appears to give in, but unexpectedly throws an ashtray at Duane's head.
Local law enforcement and Norman's ex-boss, Ralph Statler, are concerned because Mrs. Duane Duke, a sleazy musician desperate for money, is offered the job of assistant motel manager to replace the late Warren Toomey who was fired by Norman.
Maureen Coyle, a mentally unstable young nun, is a long-term tenant at the Bates Motel.
They embark on a journey to discover the whereabouts of their captor, and once located, they unleash their fury upon him in the most vicious and savage manner imaginable.