The Multiple Maniacs home is located on South Bond Street in Baltimore, Maryland. It was at this Fell's Point home that cult director John Waters filmed exterior scenes for his 1970 film Multiple Maniacs. After killing patrons at her Carnival of Perversions, Divine and her boyfriend David (David Lochary) come here to hide out in the home of Divine's daughter, Cookie (Cookie Mueller). Two major sequences take place here. The first shows Divine walking out the door and across the street, strutting north up Bond Street. She passes the alley at 822 and is noticed by two glue sniffers, who attack her, drag her into the alley, and ravish her. She is then visited by the Infant of Prague, who walks her to St. Michael and St. Patrick Church at the intersection of Broadway and Bank Street. The second scene occurs at the climax. After everyone in the film is slaughtered, Divine is raped by a lobster. In a frenzy she stumbles out of the doorway and lumbers south on Bond Street, towards the Bond Street Wharf, where she stops a passing car, yanks the female driver out, and takes off in it. The film ends with Divine's death at the hands of the National Guard, who shoot her down outside the Broadway Market, a block west and north of where this home stands. The home at 839 and the alley at 822 are both much changed from 1970, but still recognizable. The Fells Point neighborhood at the time was in decline, with boarded up houses and an air of filth about it. But in recent years the homes along the tree lined Bond Street have been restored and it is now a much desired area in which to live. The Broadway Market and St. Michael Church both still stand in the neighborhood, as well.