Throughout the 1970s, John Wayne Gacy notoriously dressed up as a circus-themed character named Pogo the Clown at children’s parties and charity functions. All the while, Gacy was secretly raping and murdering dozens of boys and young...Show More Summary
'Mindhunter' fans met Ed Kemper and BTK in Season 1, but serial killers like John Wayne Gacy could appear in Season 2.
An Alabama man who idolizes John Wayne Gacy admitted to killing his own mother and burying her under his grandmother’s house in a style typical of the notorious serial killer, Radaronline.com has learned. Police went to the family’s home in Wilmer, Alabama on Wednesday with a search warrant, and Nathaniel George Sebastian soon copped to Read More
Officials in Alabama believe Nathaniel Sebastian killed his mother and buried her in the same manner as the notorious serial killer
Susan Mayo had been missing since June, authorities said.
WILMER, AL — After discovery the body of Susan Mayo, 60, in a 55-gallon-drum hidden beneath her porch, Mobile County […] The post “Mama’s Under the Porch”: John Wayne Gacy Fan Kills Mom, Buries Her in Barrel appeared first on CrimeF...
When you think of serial killers throughout history, the names that come to mind are ones like Jack the Ripper, John Wayne Gacy, and Ted Bundy. But what about Tillie Klimek, Moulay Hassan, Kate Bender? The narrative we’re comfortable with is the one where women are the victims of violent crime, not the perpetrators. Show More Summary
Most Americans are familiar with many serial killers: John Wayne Gacy, Ted Bundy, Charles Manson. But for every serial killer we know about it, many more go unknown — killers
Clowns were once associated with the circus, then with children's parties, but now they exist in horror movies more than in real life. You might blame John Wayne Gacy, or the Joker, but clowns are just plain scar, and always have been. Show More Summary
It ain’t easy being a clown in the modern world. Thanks to real-life serial killers like John Wayne Gacy, who was known as the “Killer Clown,” as well as shows like American Horror Story: Freak Show, it’s impossible for some audience...Show More Summary
About 40 years after Jimmy Haakenson disappeared, his family now knows he was the victim of a serial killer, John Wayne Gacy, opening up a new set of haunting questions.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A 16-year-old boy who went missing more than 40 years ago from his home in Minnesota was identified by Chicago authorities on Wednesday as a victim of the serial killer John Wayne Gacy. Read moremail this | Linking Blogs | Comments
CHICAGO—The identity of Victim 24, whose remains were found buried among the many other bodies in the crawl space of serial killer John Wayne Gacy’s home, has remained a mystery for more than 40 years. On Wednesday, Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart announced DNA had determined the remains were...
A Minnesota teen who disappeared 40 years ago has been identified as one of serial killer John Wayne Gacy’s 33 victims. Authorities in Chicago announced Wednesday that the newly identified victim is James “Jimmy” Byron Haakenson, who was 16 when he ran away from his home in St. Paul in the summer of 1976, The...
Between 1972 and 1978, one of the world’s most notorious serial killers, John Wayne Gacy, murdered at least 33 young men and boys. He lured these vulnerable men off of
Jimmy Haakenson is one of eight previously unidentified victims found under the serial killer's Chicago-area home in 1978.
Police reopened investigations to identify the eight remaining unknown victims in 2011.
Gacy tortured, sexually assaulted and murdered dozens of young men and boys.
CHICAGO (AP) — After running away from his Minnesota home in 1976, 16-year-old Jimmy Haakenson called his mother, told her he was in Chicago, then disappeared forever.
James Byron Haakenson was one of 33 teenage boys and young men killed by Mr. Gacy in the 1970s. The identities of six victims remain unknown.