Who are these Victims from One of America’s Most Notorious Serial Killers?

Evil Serial Killler John Wayne Gacy
Evil Serial Killer John Wayne Gacy

John Wayne Gacy is still the stuff of nightmares.  The Chicago area businessman and part time Clown that would entertain children’s gacy victims

parties had a side career of killing young men and boys during the 1970’s.   He is known to have killed 33 young men and boys.  But his true victim tally will stay unknown as he took his deadly secrets to the grave when the State of Illinois executed him.

At least five or six of his victims remain unidentified.  Two of them are seen here.   John Doe #10 was a white male between the ages of 17 and 21 years old.  He was believed to be between  5-foot-7 and 5-foot 11, inches tall.  Of important note, he had sustained an injury to his left clavicle (collar bone),  which was well healed.   He had also had some dental work as indicated by a few dental fillings.  John Doe #13 was white male that medical experts estimate to be around the ages of 18 and 21 years old.  He was between 5-foot-9 and 6-foot-2 inches tall.  The deceased male had wavy dark brown hair and had an unusual dental feature in that one of his upper teeth was displaced behind a different tooth.


Why Wayne Williams May Not Be Atlanta’s Most Prolific Serial Killer

Though there is much debate as to whether Wayne Williams is the killer responsible for over 25 murders of young black children in the Atlanta, Georgia area.  Forensic testing a few years ago showed that Williams is most likely responsible for a dozen of the killings.

A recent newspaper article revealed that the Atlanta area may have been victimized by some of the most prolific serial killers to ever roam the United States.  There are over 130 murders of women that are unsolved mostly by strangulation which certain crime experts believe may be the work of several different serial killers.

Maybe those clamoring for Wayne William’s innocence should also focus on the large amount of female victims that are forgotten.