John Wayne Gacy
One of the unknown victims of John Wayne Gacy has been identified, more than 30 years after his death at the hands of one of the nation’s most notorious serial killers.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart could know this week whether one or more of John Wayne Gacy’s eight previously unidentified victims has now been tentatively identified.
For more than two decades, a local family thought their loved one was a victim of serial killer John Wayne Gacy. But this week, he turned up alive and was reunited with his family on Tuesday.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart says dozens of families have come forward in an effort to identify the remaining victims of serial killer John Wayne Gacy.
An orthodontist who helped identify victims of serial killer John Wayne Gacy is defending his work, after a Chicago woman got a judge’s consent to exhume the body she doesn’t believe was her son.
In the first 24 hours of the latest attempt to identify the eight unidentified victims of serial killer John Wayne Gacy, Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart says authorities have received a flood of calls.
A crime scene investigator who worked the Gacy home site almost 33 years ago is wondering how much success the sheriff’s office will have even now in identifying the remains.
The remains of eight unidentified victims of John Wayne Gacy were secretly exhumed last spring.
A Cook County judge has ordered that the remains of a boy, identified decades ago as one of John Wayne Gacy’s victims, be exhumed so that his mother can learn whether it’s really her son.
A mother wants a victim of serial killer John Wayne Gacy exhumed, to prove once and for all whether the teenage boy was her son.
It’s been 17 years since he was executed for killing 33 young men, but the name John Wayne Gacy still sends shivers up the spine.
A new book re-examines one of the most shocking crimes ever – John Wayne Gacy’s murder of 34 boys and young men in the 1970s.