John Wayne Gacy A Contractor Who Worked As A Clown At Parades And Charity Events
had a twisted and dark story that later came into the limelight when one of the boys, Robert Piest, went missing.
The lurid crimes of John and his acceptance of the crime that was never aired before is shown in the docuseries called Conversations with a Killer: The John Wayne Gacy Tapes released on April 20.
Did Any Of The John Wayne Gacy Victims Ever Escape?
Jeffrey Rignall is one of the victims that escaped the evil clutches of the serial killer John Wayne Gacy. Later, he did every effort to stop the maniac from further committing the crime.
Jeffrey met John for the first time in a local gay bar in Rosemon in 1978. He was 26 years old at the time. John had offered to smoke a joint with him and he took the offer and got into his car, and from that moment disaster begin in Jeffrey’s life.
Rignall was made unconscious by John by stuffing a rag containing chloroform in it and was taken into Gacy’s house where he was fastened to a torture device and was brutally raped, drugged, whipped, and tortured.
Jeffrey gained his consciousness the next day and, he was under a statue in Chicago’s Lincoln Park. He went to Northwestern Memorial Hospital with his girlfriend and stayed there for six days.
John Wayne Gacy Killer Clown Murder Tapes
John Wayne Gacy has spoken about his murder and sexual assault which was recorded in tapes by a lawyer. The recorded tapes were shown in the recently released Netflix docuseries, Conversations with a Killer: The John Wayne Gacy Tapes.
He adamantly accepted that he killed 33 young boys and got away with the crimes in the tapes. John took advantage of his victim who had left home or been cast out by their families.
Similarly, he also told in tapes that he liked being a clown and expressed how Clowns can get away with anything. Clowns can get away with murder.
Where Is John Wayne Gacy Surviving Victim Now?
As per the source Wiki, Jeffrey Rignall, one of the surviving victims of the serial killer, John Wayne Gacy, died on December 24, 2000. He died due to AIDS-related causes.
Jeffrey fought for justice and filed charges against John that were not taken seriously until a 15-year-old boy Robert went missing. The police did their investigation and found John guilty and were shocked to find 33 total victims.