Dean Corll is shot dead by one of his teenage accomplices, and Houston police discover the bodies of 28 boys in three mass graves. The gory details of the rape and torture shock the country, as does the story of the two teenage Candy Man sidekicks who actively participated in this orgy of murder.
A Chicago teenager goes missing, and John Wayne Gacy, 36, becomes the prime suspect. But what begins as an alleged kidnapping ends with the gruesome discovery of 29 bodies buried under his house. The most prolific serial killer in US history, the Killer Clown, ends up being sentenced to death.
In 1978, John Wayne Gacy confessed to raping and murdering over 30 young men. Years later, desperate to get off death row, Gacy tells a different story. In exclusive conversations held in prison, Gacy points to some of his employees and their links to a pedophile.
While John Wayne Gacy is on death row, he befriends a Canadian amateur researcher who helps the Killer Clown appeal his death sentence. In exclusive conversations, Randy White reveals how he spent countless hours on the phone with Gacy, and even visited him in prison.
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