From the Personal Files of John Wayne Gacy
GACY, John Wayne #27. (1942-May 10, 1994). American serial killer who is also known as the “Killer Clown”. He was convicted of sexual assault and murder of at least 33 teenage boys and young men. The killings took place between 1972 and 1978 in the Chicago area. Twenty-six of Gacy’s victims were buried in a crawl space under his home. Three others were buried on his property and the last four were dumped in the Des Plains River. Gacy was convicted of the 33 murders and sentenced to death for 12 of them. He spent 14 years on death row before being executed by lethal injection. Actual page from Gacy’s personal files, kept in his cell that he signed just a day or two before his execution. 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. Large, 11”x14” pencil sketch of Nick Bougas signed in full by John Wayne Gacy. Attached to a copy of a page of what appears to be a self-portrait of Bougas which Gacy used as a copy for his drawing. Most unusual, file holes otherwise very good condition..................$175.00
Nick Bougas (born 1955) is an American documentary film director, illustrator and record producer. As a cartoonist, he has used the pen name A. Wyatt Mann to produce racist, anti-semitic and homophobic cartoons. Bougas directed the mondo film Death Scenes, hosted by Church of Satan founder Anton LaVey. The film was followed by Death Scenes 2 in 1992, and Death Scenes 3 in 1993.
In 1993, he directed the documentary Speak of the Devil: The Canon of Anton LaVey, a profile of LaVey.
Bougas has directed several other films, such as the 1994 documentary The Goddess Bunny, about disabled transgender tap-dancing artist Sandie Crisp