John Wayne Gacy pre-arrest P.D.M contractors 8213 W. Summerdale check signed from December 1978
Very pretty signed check on the 14th of December 1978 during the time he was still not convicted. This piece is in great condition and signed in full, John Wayne Gacy . Its also signed by his P.D.M contractor associate and bookkepper Gordon Nebel.
This is a significative date on the check as its on the same period and time that he would abduct and kill Robert Piest his last victim and victim that led to his arrest. This same exact date 12-14-1978 is refered to in the Killer Clown book as the day he was saying to his friend that he wanted to clear the air and where he couldn't take it anymore and was barely talking and admitting to all the murders as the police was closing in on him. This check is stamped numerous times and is no.3342. A great true crime collectible related to the John Gacy case.
John Wayne Gacy Jr.(March 17, 1942 – May 10, 1994) was an Americanserial killer and rapist. Hesexually assaulted,torturedandmurderedat least 33 teenage boys and young men between 1972 and 1978 inCook County,Illinois(a part ofmetropolitan Chicago).
All of Gacy's known murders were committed inside hisNorwood Parkranch house. His victims were typically induced to his address by force or deception, and all but one of his victims were murdered by eitherasphyxiationorstrangulationwith a makeshifttourniquet; his first victim was stabbed to death. Gacy buried 26 of his victims in thecrawl spaceof his home. Three other victims were buried elsewhere on his property, while the bodies of his last four known victims were discarded in theDes Plaines River.
Convicted of 33 murders, Gacy wassentenced to deathon March 13, 1980, for 12 of those killings. He spent 14 years ondeath rowbefore he wasexecutedbylethal injectionatStateville Correctional Centeron May 10, 1994.
Gacy became known as the "Killer Clown" because of his charitable services at fundraising events, parades, and children's parties where he would dress as "Pogo the Clown", a character he had devised.
This was issued in early 1930's and she was kidnapped by Albert Fish
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