Peacock's John Wayne Gacy: Devil In Disguise: 5 Things The Series Doesn't Tell You (& 5 You Learn)

Peacock's John Wayne Gacy: Devil In Disguise: 5 Things The Series Doesn't Tell You (& 5 You Learn)
Often referred to as the Killer Clown, there was a lot more to the story about John Wayne Gacy's assault and murder of at least 33 young men throughout the '70s.

Peacock has thrown its hat into the true crime ring with the limited series John Wayne Gacy: Devil in Disguise, one of the streaming service's newest originals. Produced by Rod Blackhurst, the man behind Amanda Knox, the series reveals the timeline of the murder investigation, details about Gacy's personal life, both before and after his conviction. Several key players were interviewed through the six hour-long episodes, including FBI profiler Robert Ressler's 1992 interview with Gacy, which had never before been shown to the public.

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While the series reveals a lot of facts that most people don't know about the killer, there are also some details that are left out.
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