The Clown Case
The Story of John Wayne Gacy
Everything there is to know about John Wayne Gacy, including a new theory on who he -- in the voices of all whose lives were affected by him -- really was.
Some say he was abused as a child, and that his parents were responsible for it. Others argue that he had been destined to it since birth, and that he just snapped. Even more say that he was lashing out at the standards against homosexuality. Still people wonder: what made John Wayne Gacy, murderer of over thirty males, start killing? And what does it have to do with a clown? In this true-story thriller, told through the point of view of a fictional deadbeat cop in the mid-to-late 1900s, suggests a new theory: that Gacy's infamous disguise wasn't one at all, and that, in a time where it was almost criminal to be gay, once he put on his clown wig and painted smile, he in fact was shedding his costume of "suburb family man", and becoming his real, true self.