Info: After his short time spent as a mortuary assistant, Gacy returned home to Illinois to attend Northwest Business College and he graduated in 1963. Gacy met his first wife a short time later, Marlynn Myers. The couple got married and moved to Waterloo, Iowa. Marlynn's father owned 3 KFC's and Gacy became the manager. In Waterloo Gacy joined an organization that teaches leadership and offers civic opportunities called the Jaycees. Where Gacy quickly became the VP. Why this is useful: I will use this info when I am talking about my 2 point, His early career. This is a nice article because it gives info that other sites leave out.
info; His father was an abusive alcoholic and young John had a very difficult relationship with him. The father used to mercilessly beat John, once leaving him unconscious from his assault. When he was young he was also molested by a family friend. He suffered from a heart condition that made him unable to play sports. He moved to Nevada at the age of 20. He found work as a mortuary attendant, one day he hugged and caressed a dead body, this scared him so he returned home to his parents. Why this is useful: This information is useful because it goes along with my first point which is Gacy's childhood and early life. I like this because it uses language that is easy to understand
Info: John Wayne Gacy, born 1942, in Chicago, Illinois. Died May 10, 1994 by lethal injection. In 1968, after his conviction for sexually assaulting a teenage boy, he was confined in the Iowa State Men's Reformatory and forced to undergo psychological evaluation. After he was released 1970 and while he was still on parole, he was arrested again for sexual assault, but the charges were dropped because the young man did not show up to the trial. Gacy became a fairly successful contractor and brought a home in Chicago. Why this is useful: This information is useful because it goes along with my second point that talks about Gacy's life before the killing spree.
info: Gacy was one of the most horrific serial killers in American History. From 1972 to 1978 he lured or force 33 young boys and men into his home in Chicago, where he murdered them. He would sexually assault most of his victims as he tortured them to death. All but six of them where buried in a crawl space under his home. Why this is useful: I will use this article when I am talking about his years that he spent killing people. I like this article because it gives a detailed summary of the victims and what he did to them.