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John Wayne Gacy dressed as his alter-ego, Pogo, c.1970’s. One of the darkest times in Chicago history….

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John Wayne Gacy

This is a photo of two of serial killer John W. Gacy's clown suits... On display at National Crime & Punishment Museum in Washinton DC.


12 of John Wayne Gacy Victims Darrell Sampson (bottom far left) and Gregory Godzik (bottom middle). Sampson was found buried beneath Gacy's dining room floor. Godzik was buried in the crawl space. The crawl space at 8213 Summerdale is where twenty-six victims were found buried.


5 Famous People With Mind-Blowing Connections To Evil Crimes

John Wayne Gacy - notorious serial killer from Illinois.

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John Wayne Gacy

John Wayne Gacy, Jr. was an American serial killer and rapist who sexually assaulted and murdered at least 33 teenage boys and young men between 1972 and 1978.

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The Top 50 Most Infamous Criminals in American History!

December 22nd 1978 Serial killer John Wayne Gacy, who was subsequently convicted of the murder of 33 young men, is arrested. No wonder why I'm scared of clowns...


Jeff Rignall as he appeared after escaping John Wayne Gacy. He was beaten up, repeatedly raped by Gacy and an accomplice who was never identified, and chloroformed so many times it caused him serious liver damage. Just describing his ordeal, years later, was so devastating for him that he puked on the witness stand.


John Wayne Gacy was struck in the head with a playground swing when he was 11 years old. He suffered from blackouts until the age of 16, when a doctor diagnosed him with a blood clot on the brain and corrected the condition with medication.


"Multiples" the official website for the art of John Wayne Gacy.

(Serial Killer) John Wayne Gacy dressed as his alter ego "Pogo The Clown"