From the Personal/Private Files of John Wayne Gacy
GACY, John Wayne. (1942-1994). Convicted for the rape and murder of 33 boys between 1972 and 1978. Twenty-seven of his victims were buried in a crawl space under the floor of his home. Best known as “The Killer Clown.” His registered clown costumes are “Patches” and “Pogo.” He is also known for his statement of saying he was only guilty of running a cemetery without a license. His execution was without question a media sensation.
Copy of a Illinois newspaper article of a young boy at an annual art show exhibit by inmates from the Menard Correctional Center. The boy is looking over a painting of the seven dwarfs painted by John Wayne Gacy. Boldly signed with the desirable full signature of John Wayne Gacy. Two file holes left side otherwise in fine condition....................SOLD