Terry Sullivan with Peter T. Maiken, Pinnacle books, 1983, Second Printing Febuary 1991, Softcover, 375 pages.




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Who was John Wayne Gacy?

The model citizen whose business skills were admired by his peers?

The hospital volunteer whose sweet-faced clowning lightened the patients' days?

The member of the Jaycees who was a civic-minded friend of the community?

The depaved maniac who sodomized, tortured, and killed thirty-three young men and boys?

Shortly before Christmas of 1978, a teenage boy disappeared from the drugstore where he worked. He would be the final victim of John Wayne Gacy's horrifying compulsion.

Then, ten days after the boy's disappearance, detectives, finding a human bone in the crawlspace of Gacy's house, dug into the lime-covered ground. With mounting horror, they pulled bone after bone from Gacy's suburban home until finally they had gathered the remains of twenty-eight more youths who had fallen prey to the killer clown.


16 Pages of Shocking Photos!


"An unnerving true crime story of murder, terror, and justice." --Dallas Morning News



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