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John Wayne Gacy

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John Wayne Gacy

Serial Chillers Podcast

Episode:107 - John Wayne Gacy   Guests: Eddie and Slewis In our second episode back, we bring two long-time listeners, turned friends, into the studio to do a new rendition of our telling of the story of John Wayne Gacy. The only clown to be hated more than pennywise. Join us for one of the darkest tales and likely smelliest houses of all time.   Sources: FamousBio.Net - Gacy Biography Infamost.com - 26 twisted Facts about John Gacy Conversations with a killer - The John Wayne Gacy Tapes (netflix doc) Wikipedia   Episode Written by: Cromulent Jesse Episode Edited by: Hella Greg

2hr 38mins

4 Nov 2022

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Bang to Rights

John Wayne Gacy was an American serial killer who went by the name of the Killer Gacy murdered at least 33 young men and boys. Gacy dressed as a clown and want by the names of "Pogo the Clown" or "Patches the Clown", .This sadistic killer will go down in history as one of America's worst criminals.


3 Nov 2022

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Ep 100 : John Wayne Gacy

Mama Mystery - A True Crime Podcast

I am so beyond grateful for you all and I know it gets redundant but I really do appreciate your support of Mama Mystery and my dream.  Thank you so much.  Episode ONE HUNDRED!!!!! Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/mama-mystery-a-true-crime-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy


6 Aug 2022

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20. John Wayne Gacy: The victims

A Thousand Miles of True Crime

This week we cover each of John Wayne Gacy’s known victims. Learn more about their lives and how they possibly encountered the killer clown. It is important to remember each and everyone of the boys that have been harmed by this horrific serial killer. Timothy Jack McCoy, 16, murdered on 3 January 1972, John Butkovich, 18, murdered on 31 July 1975 Darrell Julius Samson, 18, murdered on 6 April 1976 Randall Wayne Reffett, 15, murdered on 14 May 1976 Samuel G Dodd Stapleton, 14, murdered on 14 May 1976 Michael Lawrence Bonnin, 17, murdered on 3 June 1976 William Huey Carroll Jr, 16, murdered on 13 June 1976 James Byron Haakenson, 16, murdered on 5 August 1976 Rick Louis Johnston, 17, murdered on 6 August 1976 Kenneth Ray Parker, 16, murdered on 24 October 1976 Michael M Marino, 14, murdered on 24 October 1976 William George Bundy, 19, murdered on 26 October 1976 Francis Wayne Alexander, 21, murdered on 1 December 1976 Gregory John Godzik, 17, murdered on 12 December 1976, John Alan Szyc, 19, murdered on 20 January 1977 Jon Steven Prestidge, 20, murdered on 15 March 1977 Matthew Walter Bowman, 19, murdered on 5 July 1977 Robert Edward Gilroy Jr, 18, murdered on 15 September 1977 John Antheney Mowery, 19, murdered on 25 September 1977 Russell Lloyd Nelson, 21, murdered on 17 October 1977 Robert David Winch, 16, murdered on 10 November 1977 Tommy Joe Boling, 20, murdered on 18 November 1877 David Paul Talsma, 19, murdered on 9 December 1977 William Wayne Kindred, 19, murdered on 16 February 1978 Timothy David O’Rourke, 20, murdered 16 – 23 June 1978 Frank William Landingin, 19, murdered on 4 November 1978 James Mazzara, 20, murdered on 24 November 1978 Robert Jerome Piest, 15, murdered on 11 December 1978 The details of the five unidentified victims are: Male aged 14–18, murdered 3 January 1972 – 31 July 1975 Male aged 23–30, murdered 13 June – 5 August 1976 Male aged 17–22, murdered 6 August – 5 October 1976 Male aged 15–24, murdered 6 August – 24 October Male aged 17–21, murdered 15 March – 5 July 1977

1hr 3mins

2 Aug 2022

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19. John Wayne Gacy: The early years

A Thousand Miles of True Crime

This week we start a deep dive into the killer clown, John Wayne Gacy. Follow us through the early life of Gacy as we look at the blueprint for creating an American serial killer and rapist. We start with his birth on March 17, 1942 and dig into his childhood abuse, physical injuries, and illnesses. We will travel with Gacy to Vegas, Springfield IL., Waterloo Iowa and then back to the notorious house in Chicago IL. Research References Amirante, S., & Broderick, D. (2011). John Wayne Gacy defending a monster. Skyhorse Pub Co Inc. Blackhurst, R. (2021, March 21). John Wayne Gacy: Devil in Disguise (No. 1-4) [Docuseries]. Peacock. The chilling of one of the worlds most notorious serial killers told through his own words. Growing Up with John Wayne Gacy. (2010, February 17). Oprah.com. https://www.oprah.com/oprahshow/johny-wayne-gacys-sister-speaks-out/all Kozenczak, J. R., & Kozenczak, K. M. (2011). The Chicago killer : the hunt for serial killer John Wayne Gacy. Xlibris. Moose International-About Us. (n.d.). Moose International. https://www.mooseintl.org/about-us/ Rumore, K. (2018). Chicago Tribune - We are currently unavailable in your region. Chicagotribune.com. https://www.chicagotribune.com/history/ct-john-wayne-gacy-timeline-htmlstory.html Sullivan, T., & Maiken, P. T. (2013). Killer clown : the John Wayne Gacy murder. Pinnacle Books.

1hr 14mins

19 Jul 2022

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39 - SERIAL: Sister of John Wayne Gacy (Killer Clown) Speaks Out


EXCLUSIVE - Sister of John Wayne Gacy, one of the most notorious serial killers in American history emails host Matt Johnson.(name) Her emails include MIND BLOWING allegations that her brother didn't act alone when he lured and murdered dozens of young men and boys in the 1970's.Gacy was convicted of killing 33 young men and boys. Recently more John Doe victims have been identified through familial DNA.Remains of 26 victims were found in the crawl space under Gacy's home just outside the city of Chicago. Three victims, meanwhile, were found buried on Gacy's property and four others whom Gacy admitted killing were found in waterways south of Chicago.Cook County Sheriff - unidentified bodyshttps://www.cookcountysheriff.org/departments/c-c-s-p-d/unidentified-victims-john-wayne-gacy/Podcast WEBSITE (Case Photos)http://www.truecrimedeadline.comPodcast SOCIAL MEDIA:https://twitter.com/CrimeDeadlinehttps://www.instagram.com/truecrimedeadline/https://www.facebook.com/TrueCrimeDEADLINE/http://www.youtube.com/c/TrueCrimeDEADLINESupport the show


18 Jul 2022

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John Wayne Gacy Part 1-The beginning of the Killer Clown

Open Shudders: A Creepy Podcast

We introduce a new co-host, Bob Ray; who will join Barry and Phillip on Open shudders: A Creepy Podcast. In this episode we cover the beginning of one of the notorious serial killers in the world, John Wayne Gacy. We discuss his childhood and early adult years leading up to his notorious crimes against young men and teen boys. Follow us anytime on Social Media:Twitter @AShudders Instagram @OpenShuddersPodcast Facebook Open Shudders A Creepy PodcastEnjoy the view from the Open Shudders; but don't fall out the window.

1hr 16mins

15 Jul 2022

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S. 9 Ep. 8 Introducing The Jury Room - John Wayne Gacy

Beyond the Rainbow Podcast


17 Jun 2022

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Private Investigator William Dorsch : John Wayne Gacy

The Opperman Report

PI Bill Dorsch shares his exclusive knowledge about John Wayne Gacy and others that were involved in Gacy's crimes and a wider network of child rapists.

1hr 59mins

27 Mar 2022

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S1 Ep5: John Wayne Gacy, the real life killer clown

Devils in the Dark

Helen Anderson and Danni Howard travel to 1970s Illinois, America to explore the twisted world of the sinister Killer Clown, John Wayne Gacy. Once a strong pillar of his community, John Wanye Gacy or “Pogo” the clown to the local children, his kind reputation was shattered after a search warrant for his home uncovered unspeakable horrors. Expect harrowing details from police on the scene, an incredible story from the only survivor and of course, the most sinister clown makeup to ever have existed. Devils in The Dark contains graphic details of sexual assault and violence and is not intended for all audiences. Listener discretion is strongly advised.  00:00 - Introduction 05:11 - Where John’s story begins 08:28 - John gets a job in a mortuary 09:27 - John starts a new life in Springfield, Illinois 14:54 - John’s first known assault 16:56 - John is sent to Anamosa State Penitentiary 19:40 - John’s second new life in Chicago 20:55 - Pogo The Clown 24:48 - The abduction of Rob Piest 26:31 - Police search John’s house 29:06 - Catching John Wayne Gacy 36:09 - The confession 40:50 - The boy who survived, Tony Antonucci 43:28 - The trial of John Wayne Gacy 47:44 - Outro This episode is sponsored by... Beer 52. Head to www.beer52.com/DARK to claim your free case of beer now.  Follow Helen Anderson at @helenanderz and Danni Howard at @thatdannihoward. Special thanks to Woodcut Media. See audioboom.com/about/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Produced by Alexandra Jueno at Audioboom Studios.  If you have been affected by any of the themes in this week’s episode please consider contacting the following resources: The Samaritans helpline: 116 123 Rape Crisis Helpline: 0808 802 9999 (help is also available at live chat at https://rapecrisis.org.uk/get-help/live-chat-helpline/ *times apply) Sexual Assault Support Line: 01708 765200


14 Mar 2022