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Crime Timeline of serial killer John Wayne Gacy's life, case

21:05  25 october  2021
21:05  25 october  2021 Source:   msn.com

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CHICAGO (AP) — John Wayne Gacy was convicted of killing 33 young men and boys in the Chicago area in the 1970s. Authorities found most of his victims' remains in a crawl space under his suburban Chicago house or buried elsewhere on the property. In 2011, they exhumed the remains of eight victims in the hopes of identifying them through DNA testing. On Monday, authorities identified the third of those eight people as Francis Wayne Alexander, a North Carolina man who had moved to Chicago shortly before disappearing. That left the names of five victims still unknown. Here is a timeline of Gacy’s life and the case:

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FILE - In this undated file photo provided by the Cook County Sheriff's Office, authorities exhume a box with the remains of unidentified victims of serial killer John Wayne Gacy, who was convicted of killing 33 young men and boys in the Chicago area in the 1970s. Authorities announced Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, that they have identified the remains of one more of Gacy's victims. (AP Photo/Cook County Sheriff's Office, File) © Provided by Associated Press FILE - In this undated file photo provided by the Cook County Sheriff's Office, authorities exhume a box with the remains of unidentified victims of serial killer John Wayne Gacy, who was convicted of killing 33 young men and boys in the Chicago area in the 1970s. Authorities announced Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, that they have identified the remains of one more of Gacy's victims. (AP Photo/Cook County Sheriff's Office, File) FILE - In this undated file photo provided by the Cook County Sheriff's Office, authorities look through buckets containing jaw bones and teeth of victims of serial killer John Wayne Gacy, who was convicted of killing 33 young men and boys in the Chicago area in the 1970s. Authorities announced Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, that they have identified the remains of one more of Gacy's victims. (AP Photo/Cook County Sheriff's Office, File) © Provided by Associated Press FILE - In this undated file photo provided by the Cook County Sheriff's Office, authorities look through buckets containing jaw bones and teeth of victims of serial killer John Wayne Gacy, who was convicted of killing 33 young men and boys in the Chicago area in the 1970s. Authorities announced Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, that they have identified the remains of one more of Gacy's victims. (AP Photo/Cook County Sheriff's Office, File)

March 17, 1942: Gacy is born in Chicago.

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1972-1978: Gacy, a building contractor who works as “Pogo the Clown” at children’s parties, lures young men and boys to his home just outside of Chicago for sex, then strangles them. He stabs one victim.

December 1978: Gacy comes to the authorities' attention after 15-year-old Robert Piest goes missing in Des Plaines.

FILE - This 1978 file photo shows serial killer John Wayne Gacy, who was convicted of killing 33 young men and boys in the Chicago area in the 1970s and executed in 1994. More than 40 years after a collection of decaying bodies was found beneath Gacy's house, authorities announced Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, that they have identified the remains of one more of his victims. (AP Photo, File) © Provided by Associated Press FILE - This 1978 file photo shows serial killer John Wayne Gacy, who was convicted of killing 33 young men and boys in the Chicago area in the 1970s and executed in 1994. More than 40 years after a collection of decaying bodies was found beneath Gacy's house, authorities announced Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, that they have identified the remains of one more of his victims. (AP Photo, File)

Dec. 21, 1978: Police executing a search warrant find the first set of victim remains in a crawl space under Gacy's ranch-style house. Other Gacy victims were also found stashed under the home, buried elsewhere on his property or in waterways south of Chicago.

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March 1980: Gacy is convicted of killing 33 young men and boys, which made him one of the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history.

May 10, 1994: Gacy is executed by lethal injection at the Stateville Correctional Center in Joliet.

Oct. 12, 2011: The Cook County Sheriff’s Department announces that it is undertaking a new effort to identify the remains of eight Gacy victims whose names still were not known. The agency says DNA testing that wasn’t available when the remains were found in 1978 could help.

Nov. 29, 2011: The county identifies one of the victims as William George Bundy, a 19-year-old construction worker from Chicago.

July 19, 2017: The county identifies 16-year-old James “Jimmie” Byron Haakenson as another of Gacy’s victims. The teenager had left his Minnesota home in 1976 and was last heard from in August of that year.

Oct. 25, 2021: Authorities identify another victim as Francis Wayne Alexander, a North Carolina man who had moved to Chicago not long before disappearing. That leaves the names of five victims still unknown.

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