Boys enter the house : the victims of John Wayne Gacy and the lives they left behind / David Nelson.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|North Kansas City Public Library||364.1523 NELSON 2021 (Text)||0001002386959||Nonfiction New||Checked out||11/12/2021|
- ISBN: 1641604867
- ISBN: 9781641604864
- Physical Description: xi, 323 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : Chicago Review Press Incorporated, 
- Copyright: ©2022
Includes bibliographical references (pages 317-323).
|Formatted Contents Note:||
The Greyhound bus boy -- The poor side of town -- Class of 1973 -- All happy families -- Silly love songs -- In the company of homosexuals --The runaways -- Summerdale avenue -- Light and concrete -- The gallery of grief -- Boys coming home -- Remember me always -- Coda disco inferno.
"As investigators brought out the bagged remains of several dozen young men from a small Chicago ranch home and paraded them in front of a crowd of TV reporters and spectators, attention quickly turned to the owner of the house. John Gacy was an upstanding citizen, active in local politics and charities, famous for his themed parties and appearances as Pogo the Clown. But in the winter of 1978-79, he became known as one of many so-called "sex murderers" who had begun gaining notoriety in the random brutality of the 1970s. As public interest grew rapidly, victims became footnotes and statistics, lives lost not just to violence, but to history."--Amazon.
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