Travis County was the central setting of the 2003 re-imagining of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre and the 2006 prequel film, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginningunty is the scene of two grisly murder sprees that took place between 1969 and 1973. They have since become known in the annals of the Travis County Shartment as the "Texas Chainsaw Massacre". Travis County is where the Hewitt family homestead and slaughterhouse are located.
Fuller is a small town in Travis County Texas and the primary setting for the revisionist Texas Chainsaw Massacre series. Located in Fuller are the Fuller Gas Station, the Hewitt homestead, the Blair Meat Co. and the old Crawford Mill. Beneath the town is a network of interconnecting tunnels that make up a portion of the Travis County sewer system, and temporary refuge for the fugitive Hewitt family.
Fuller Gas Stop
Located in the town of Fuller, this was where F.B.I. agents, Baines, Bond, Henkle and Hooper set up a temporary command center while they investigated the unsolved murders of 1973.
Blair Meat Co.
The Blair Meat Co., located in Travis County, is where Thomas Hewitt used to work in the days before he adopted his "Leatherface" persona.
This is the isolated family home of the Hewitt family. Family members include Luda May Hewitt, Charlie Hewitt, Monty Hewitt, Jedidiah Hewitt and Thomas Brown "Leatherface" Hewitt. Behind the farmhouse is a slaughterhouse where Thomas Hewitt brings many of his victims.
Route 17 is the Travis County highway where the Hewitt Farmhouse and the Blair Meat Co. are located.
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