Two serial killers, Dean Corll and John Wayne Gacy, thousands of miles apart, brutally murdered over 60 teenage boys. The police said the murders were the work of these sole deranged killers, but for the first time we reveal that they were actually connected by a network of pedophiles which was partially financed by prominent members of American society. This is America's sordid secret. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Clearly designed for the lowest common denominator, she makes all kinds of claims without providing any proof to back it up. All just hearsay and sensationalism for an uneducated American audience.
If you can’t listen here try Spotify. Or try one of the 6 or 7 different podcast apps that exist. Chances are the issue is with apple not the podcast company
Very interesting podcast quite eerie listening to the tapes you can immediately hear what a manipulative deeply unpleasant character John Gacy was
Seems to be really well researched. However, the narration is poorly written. There are issues with basic grammar and shifting tenses. Also, Jacqueline should not have been the narrator. Her voice and chronic dry mouth are distracting.
Love this, offers a ton of new insight onto what many of us already suspected about gacy! That he didn’t work fully alone! Please make more episodes!
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The Clown and the Candyman launched 2 years ago and published 12 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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