Pizzagate’s Killer Klown: John Wayne Gacy described stabbing, dismemberment and possible location of missing victim in 1969

By Jon Kelly

Vancouver, BC – Exclusive new video published to social media on January 23, 2017, claims to reveal new digital audio evidence that shows notorious serial killer John Wayne Gacy described a stabbing murder on-camera three years before the official narrative states his first murder-by-stabbing took place. The new audio comes from a study of the soundtrack from a 1969 Anamosa State Penitentiary interview with the inmate when he served there as first cook. A Chicago WGN TV 2016 report tied the convicted killer with a Pizzagate-like Delta Project, a national child pornography and human trafficking ring linked by investigators to State Department personnel.

The video “Pizzagate’s Killer Klown: John Wayne Gacy described stabbing in 1969” features digital audio samples where the subject describes Christmas 1969 meal preparations during an interview produced on behalf of the Cedar Rapids-area maximum security prison. The video’s title makes reference to a 1988 film, “Killer Klowns from Outer Space” in which invading alien clowns are portrayed abducting scantily-clad youths. In one scene an invader supersedes state authority creating a puppet out of actor John Vernon’s police officer and operating it for the film’s audience.

Clearly the film sought to amplify an existing aura of notoriety and suspicions of an official conspiracy and deep state cover-up surrounding the Gacy-linked killings. John Wayne Gacy is said to have killed 33 male youths in a 1970s crime spree that involved abduction, rape, torture and murder. The political activist was recognized for efforts on behalf of the Democratic Party and was photographed with former first lady Rosalynn Carter in 1978. Witnesses who survived encounters with Gacy claimed other parties were present at the scene.

There are said to have been multiple killers with Gacy taking the fall for many more that remain yet to surface. A Gacy employee named Phillip R. Paske was identified in a 1977 Chicago Tribune article as principal associate of John D. Norman, said by the paper to have operated Delta Project, a national child pornography and trafficking operation at that time. New DNA evidence has led investigators to believe some of the bodies found beneath the Gacy rancher-style home by police were warehoused there on behalf of the so-named Delta Project national child trafficking operation and were not murder victims of the convicted killer.

The WGN TV report highlights one mother of a Gacy victim who has learned that a sample taken from the body buried beneath her son’s tombstone could not provide a DNA match for her genetics. This strongly suggests the body is not that of her son and furthers perceptions of a cover-up attempting to keep sensitive names and organizations out of the court record at the time of the original trial. To bring the scope of these matters into present-day context, the Christian Science Monitor reported in December that “Daniel Payne, director of the Pentagon’s Defense Security Service, admitted this spring to encountering “unbelievable” amounts of child pornography on government computers.”

There are said to be many unsolved murders and missing persons cases attributed by some to Gacy and his unnamed associates. “Pizzagate’s Killer Klown” reveals the description of a victim “on the hill road beside the murder ranch” encrypted within John Wayne Gacy’s Anamosa comments. The 1969 audio documentation records Gacy offering sleep talking-like commentary on the stabbing death and dismemberment of a victim. Those ideas appear to be specific and articulable in such a way that suggests these are historical memories and not simply fantasies that he would act upon in later years.

In the 1970s John Wayne Gacy acquired a rancher-style house located on the 8200 block of Chicago’s West Summerdale Avenue. This was the home were numerous murders were said to have taken place and where over 30 bodies were recovered from below. This ghoulish setting thereby fulfilled the role of a conceptual “murder ranch,” an operation to process human lives and bodies like they were chattel.

“Pizzagate’s Killer Klown” invites the viewer to look further and consider the possibility of a scenario involving John Wayne Gacy at another location, such as land in the countryside run by a co-conspirator where the same activities were being conducted and there were possible other witnesses. A comparable facility of the time would be the Spahn Movie Ranch in Los Angeles County from which the official narrative states Charles Manson’s hit teams emerged to kill in a series of what many now regard as high-profile false-flag domestic state-sponsored terrorism crimes.

Readers may imagine what if John Wayne Gacy had made contact with a Spahn Ranch-like domestic CIA black-ops death-squad torture training camp (known colloquially as the “murder ranch”) prior to his 1968 conviction? Gacy was cleared by the Secret Service to meet former first lady Rosalynn Carter in 1978 at a time when there were bodies buried under his Chicago home. Would the choice of rancher-style housing in the 1970s as a principal murder site identified by the official narrative be then construed as emblematic of his relationship with such covert training programs?

For readers attempting to make sense out of today’s Pizzagate affair, “Pizzagate’s Killer Klown” sets the bar for graphic descriptions of criminal activities encrypted within a convicted known killer’s spoken communications. There is no credible speculation suggesting that Gacy was not involved in crimes of a horrific nature, although the extent and exact scope of those crimes remains to be determined.

This study investigating the unconscious spoken communications of John Wayne Gacy emerges with clear and precise language that insistently defines acts related to known crimes, including the 1972 stabbing death of Timothy McCoy. Pizzagate suspects could therefore reasonably be expected to utter similar remarks decrypted in the same way, given their alleged proximity to related crimes, if in fact they were participants.

The following is a partial transcript of John Wayne Gacy’s on-camera remarks at Anamosa State Penitentiary from 1969, preceded by the secret messages encrypted backwards therein. Discussion of methods and philosophy informing these conclusions can be found throughout this reporter’s previous related coverage accessible in links below.

Stab our victim. Put a shadow on the human’s makeup: “Well Christmas Eve, what the food service department under the direction of Mr. John Rymer (sp?) will prepare stockings that we hand out. Well, actually they’re paper bags that’ll have fruit; an apple and an orange and a box of bridge mix candy. And this is all from the staff here. They donate this. Then in the cell houses at night on Christmas Eve we will serve cookies and hot chocolate to the men in the cell houses. This is around 8:30, 9:00 at night.”

Murder. Kill. Put knife in kid. The victim’s on the hill road beside the murder ranch. Severs this hand. His knife. He cut your nose:“Along with that we’ll make up ten baked pans, large baking pans of oyster dressing. We use eight gallons of oyster in that. And we use the giblets and everything so it doesn’t go to waste and have a nice giblets gravy. We’ll have candied sweet potatoes. We use about 36 gallons of that. And so that they have a choice of potato we make up 250 pounds of mashed potatoes to go along with it.”

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