Analyzing John Wayne Gacy's 'Pogo The Clown'

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POGO THE CLOWN

As i’m walking to the bus stop, I see a man.
Pogo the clown offers me a ride and i take his hand,
Im dead in a crawl space I don’t remember what happened,
My mother is worried and i can hear her cry.
Months go by i’m dead to the bone, I can’t tell my family goodbye.

Personality disorders are big problems, but once it got to him he couldn’t control it.
Gacy brought more bodies in the crawlspace but they didn’t fit.
So instead he would throw the bodies in the river with the rest that he brought
With all the animals feeding off of them the bodies would rot.

He used to take them to the basement, strangle them.
Is John Wayne Gacy a clown or was he a man?
There’s bugs crawling all over me, was he home already?
It wasn’t him,
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Gacy had a Antisocial personality disorder which would cause him to change moods, he also had Paranoid schizophrenic and a congenital heart disease. John would sexually rape these boys and strangle them, or he would lure them to his house dressed as Pogo the clown and would stab them to death. Gacy was charged with Sexual assault in 1996 and convicted with sodomy. He was sentenced to life sentences and multiple death penalties. John had a difficult childhood including an alcoholic father that would beat him with a razor strap whenever him and his 2 sisters misbehaved, his father would also even beat his wife leaving bruises and marks on her after the beatings. Gacy had up to 33 victims with 22 victims identified and 8 victims who are still not identified and somewhere in Chicago, Illinois there are families being worried and not knowing where their children are or thinking that their kids can be one of those unidentified victims. Gacy would bury his victims in a crawl space under his house, and the crawl space got to the point where it got to full and he admitted to throwing some bodies in the Des plains River. On may 11, 1994 John’s death was caused by lethal injection and was buried in a cemetery in Chicago,

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