For decades, the legend surrounding John Wayne Gacy has seemed solidified: After almost 30 bodies were found buried in his Chicago home, the story emerged that following a brutal childhood, he had been abducting and sexually assaulting teenage boys and young men for years all around Chicagoland. It was facilitated by his standing within the community, the care with which he picked victims who he thought might not be missed, and his propensity to put others at ease. He sometimes dressed as Pogo the Clown to entertain children; this didn't start the trope of the evil clown, but it came to overshadow his story as a whole, even leading to erroneous suggestions that he committed the murders in costume. Of course, as we have learned a decade into the golden era of true crime docs , there's usually more to these legends than we initially thought — as becomes clear in Peacock TV's new docuseries John Wayne Gacy: Devil in Disguise . Over the course of nearly six hours, the viewer is brought into his world, from his first marriage — which ended after he went to prison in 1968 for sodomizing a teenage boy, for which he managed to… Read full this story
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