John Wayne Gacy – Skeletons In The Crawl Space

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Personally, I’m not scared of clowns although I understand why a lot of ya’ll are.

I pulled a majority of this episode’s content from Killer Clown – The John Wayne Gacy Murders by Terry Sullivan.

We started on December 11, 1978 with the disappearance of Robert Jerome Piest, 15 at the time of his murder by Gacy. By family accounts, Rob was a great kid and very close with both his mother and father.

15-year-old Robert Piest was John Gacy’s last victim.
Nisson Pharmacy is where John Gacy picked up Robert Piest.

 SOURCES I USED FOR THIS EPISODE 

Book Killer Clown – The John Wayne Gacy Murders by Terry Sullivan.

John Gacy’s home location 8213 Summerdale Ave.

Photos from inside the crawl space

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Megan Seals
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Megan Seals

There is a TERRIBLE movie based on him.  It is unwatchable but a good laugh if you’re willing to sacrifice 90 minutes of your life.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0330181/

Anthony Jochimsen
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Anthony Jochimsen

I have a creepy obsession with this guy. We live in Wisconsin, so we’ve had some of the creepiest killers, like Ed Gein and Jeffery Dahmer, who were both about an hour away from my house, and Gacy whose was about 3 hours away. I’ve dragged my wife to Ed Geins Grave, Dahmers old apartment site, and Gacy’s house, along with Nisson Pharmacy. I think I’ve consumed all the Gacy stuff out there. The movies were terrible. The best book out there is: Defending a Monster by Sam L Amirante, Gacy’s lawyer. I never realized that there are people without… Read more »

MrWayne
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MrWayne

Let me first start off by saying im a huge Insane Clown Posse fan, Juggalo since middle school MMFCL (much motha fuckin clown love), they kinda started my whole fascination to killer clowns. I have tons of clowns all over my house. Even like to wear a clown mask and call myself “Wicked” its just a way to express myself in a different way. In weird way “Pogo the Clown” was the real inspiration, minus the whole killing , https://ibb.co/YWcK2wM. I feel if Gacy were alive today as a kid going though what he went though things would of been… Read more »

Anthony Jochimsen
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Anthony Jochimsen

Posted by: MrWayneLet me first start off by saying im a huge Insane Clown Posse fan, Juggalo since middle school MMFCL (much motha fuckin clown love), they kinda started my whole fascination to killer clowns. I have tons of clowns all over my house. Even like to wear a clown mask and call myself “Wicked” its just a way to express myself in a different way. In weird way “Pogo the Clown” was the real inspiration, minus the whole killing , https://ibb.co/YWcK2wM. I feel if Gacy were alive today as a kid going though what he went though things would… Read more »

Anthony Jochimsen
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Anthony Jochimsen

Listening to part two has been very interesting. I knew of the abusive father, but I never heard the story of him knocking half of his wifes teeth out… As far as the whole Catholic issue, I don’t believe that plays a big role here. His dad called him gay all the time growing up. He’d call him a fruit picker along with more offensive names. He’d also tell Gacy that he was going to be a failure, and that he was going nowhere in life. Gacy spent his life trying to prove his dad wrong. When he was living… Read more »

Cassie Turner
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Cassie Turner

So, I went to school in LA and on my last day before my move to Mississippi, I actually went to the LA Museum of Death. Little pricey, but so worth it if you are ever in town. In the very first room of the museum, they have several original Gacy paintings as well as tons of other serial killer memorabilia. I actually didn’t know much about Gacy when I went, but it would be interesting to go back now and see some of his original work.

Sara Fitzgerald
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Sara Fitzgerald

Great episode guys. I definitely learned a lot more about John Wayne gacys background life. As crazy as he is it almost makes WHO he is make a little more sense. The psychology of him makes me want to look even more into his thought process for all his actions. Cause you definitely have to have some interesting thoughts burying all those bodies right underneath your house  

 

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