This new limited series, like the previous Netflix documentary Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes, includes videos, photos, and audio recordings of the man who pretended to be a clown for children’s parties recounting details of the crimes he committed, his victims, and the workings of his dark mind.
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Interviews with professionals, survivors, and others who were involved in the case in some manner are included in the film. Gacy was one of many serial killers to emerge in the 1970s, but he is one of the most scary, in part because he appeared to be an ordinary man, if not a community pillar. Simultaneously, as one man states in the documentary’s teaser, “If Gacy saw you strolling down the street, you became his next victim.”
The real name of John Wayne Gacy
By day, John Wayne Gacy used the stage identities ‘Pogo the Clown’ and ‘Patches the Clown’ to work as a clown at children’s hospitals. Nobody suspected that this affable clown was actually a serial killer of boys and young men at night.
The story of John Wayne Gacy’s life as a serial murderer began on January 2, 1972, when Timothy McCoy, a teenager living with Gacy, got up early and made food. Gacy, who was operating with a knife, was taken aback. Gacy claimed to have been surprised and stabbed McCoy to death.
While the initial crime may have been an accident, it sparked something in Gacy, who spent the next six years looking for and murdering other people. At the same time, Gacy was a well-liked part of his community, going about his business as usual, even dressing up as a clown to brighten the days of hospitalized children. Gacy was married (twice) and had children, yet his outward appearance of a nice neighbor concealed the most heinous acts.
Detective Sgt. Jason Moran claimed, “He shaped faith with victims, so they would let down their battlements.” After some years. ‘He was their boss and a friend. Others he provided with drink and narcotics, as well as a place to sleep at night. He was successful in his search for victims.’
Gacy was condemned to prison, but he was quickly released and returned to Chicago, where he moved into a home that would become the final resting place for 29 of his victims. John had already joined a clown club and was known as Pogo the Clown around town (Gacy is not the only killer clown in history). He was frequently engaged for children’s parties, and he even claimed that donning his costume made him feel better.
A mother called Elizabeth Piest was waiting for her son to complete work so she could drive him home in December 1978. He requested a few minutes to speak with a man who had offered him a new position. When he didn’t return after many hours, she called the cops. They ended up at Gacy’s house as a result of their inquiry.
They found Elizabeth’s son’s attendance in the house. Gacy ultimately confessed a few days later. They discovered the bodies of 29 victims when they searched his home, and he was arrested. The notorious killer clown served 14 years in prison before being executed. He requested fried chicken for his last dinner before being executed on May 10, 1994.
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