Since being forced to retire the rope and handcuffs, Gacy goes for the hat trick instead, with his third confession to Des Plaines PD. His dynamic defense duo on the other hand seem to be playing games of their own. The prosecution team fills in nicely as the body count continues to grow and grow.
Bob discusses being a criminal defense attorney as well as the ins and outs of the Johm Wayne Gacy case. Check it out!
With improved overall audio, especially the sound of The Gacy interviews.
As more time passes since Rob Piest's disappearance, the police have a much better idea as to who is involved than they do as to what actually happened. As the search for clues intensifies, more potential victims begin to emerge. The bold actions of one man to keep his freedom may only be matched by the states willingness to do whatever it can, to take it from him.
When the gift of gab becomes the biggest present the Des Plaines PD has ever received. At least his lawyers are finally there to help. Well, at least, they're finally there. Meanwhile, back at Gacy's house, a trench tool hits bone. Things are about to change...
Hear the creeps creepiness much more clearly than before.
As the 12 man team of officers continue to hunt Rob Piest's abductor and new friendships blossom at the Moose Lodge and the Pot and Pan restaurant. Calls from pay phones, pictures of televisions, a class ring and much more. Try to keep up, as we watch a case build and a facade crumble.
It appears as though someone has also been drilling holes in the bottom of this vessel. I'm not so sure it was ever supposed to float in the first place. Worst part is, I bet it's nearly impossible to swim in handcuffs. That would be an impressive trick.
In this edition of Remasterpiece Theater, we proudly bring to you Episode 2 of the Gacy Tapes: The Last Piest of the Puzzle. In what, for a multitude of reasons, was our most difficult episode to produce, we decided we would intertwine Gacy clips into the narrative , so as to appear Gacy was with us, telling his version of the story as we told ours. That approach made for a monumental task for Darron to go through and clean the tapes, while simultaneously keeping the integrity of the levels of all the components that are used to make up the podcast cohesive. Darron has once again done amazing work, so enjoy.
The disappearance of fifteen-year-old Robert Piest and the furious manhunt that follows.