The Man Who Killed Boys: The John Wayne Gacy, Jr. Story

The Man Who Killed Boys: The John Wayne Gacy, Jr. Story


A actual tale of mass homicide in a Chicago suburb.

Successful businessman, neighborhood benefactor, pal and neighbor-- and perverted mass murderer.

Over a interval of 3 years, John Wayne Gacy, Jr. sexually tortured and murdered 33 boys. His pals and associates in his unassuming Illinois neighborhood by no means suspected something. Gacy was once a Jekyll-and-Hyde determine, prime an outwardly general existence, yet secretly brutalizing dozens of younger males in a hidden lair, and concealing their our bodies lower than the floorboards of his suburban home.

Through vast own interviews with those that knew Gacy, veteran true-crime scribe Clifford L. Linedecker takes us on a stunning experience via Gacy's lifestyles, delving deep into the man's earlier, recounting his appalling sequence of murders, and recreating the drama of his trial-- which led to his execution through deadly injection in 1994. grotesque and scary, The guy Who Killed Boys finds stark terror set amid the day-by-day lives of a standard community.

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