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Throughout his childhood, Gacy strove to make his stern father proud of him, but seldom received his approval.
This friction between father and son was constant throughout his childhood and adolescence.
He spent 14 years on death row before he was finally executed by lethal injection at Stateville Correctional Center on 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 devised himself. was born in Chicago, Illinois, on March 17, 1942, the only son and second of three children born to John Wayne Gacy (1900 – 1969), an auto repair machinist and World War I veteran, and his wife Marion Elaine Robinson (1908 – 1989), a homemaker. He was close to his two sisters and mother, but endured a difficult relationship with his father, an alcoholic who was physically abusive to his wife and children.
In response, his father removed the distributor cap from the vehicle, withholding the component for three days.
Gacy recalled that as a result of this incident, he felt "totally sick; drained".
One of Gacy's friends at school recalled several instances in which Gacy Sr. On one occasion in 1957, he witnessed an incident in which Gacy's father began shouting at his son for no reason, then began hitting him.
Upon his return, despite the fact he had failed to graduate from high school, Gacy successfully enrolled in the Northwestern Business College although Gacy was subsequently promoted to manager of his department.His mother made him walk back to the store, return the toy and apologize to the owners.His mother told his father, who beat Gacy with a belt as punishment.He sexually assaulted, tortured and murdered at least 33 teenage boys and young men between 19 in Cook County, Illinois (a part of metropolitan Chicago).All of Gacy's known murders were committed inside his Norwood Park ranch house.
Three further victims were buried elsewhere on his property, while the bodies of his last four known victims were discarded in the Des Plaines River.