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In 1942 a baby was born in a Chicago hospital named John Wayne Gacy He came from what seemed like a normal family He grew up with his two sisters his mother and his father However it was not known by anyone that Gacys father was both verbally and physically abusing him This would ultimately affect Gacy for the rest of his life In 1968 Gacy was indicted by the a grand jury allegedly committing the act of sodomy with a young teenage boy and sent to prison for ten years Gacy spent only 18 months in jail and was set free on parole It was the start of Gacys killing spree that would last over ten years He raped and killed in all up to 33 young teenage boys Gacy was not a suspect for any of the missing children until 1980 When the police searched Gacys house they found 28 bodies buried in his house Of the bodies found 27 were buried in his crawl space The other four victims were found later in local rivers Throughout Gacys trial he was said to show no emotions of regret or sympathy John Wayne Gacy is still considered one of the most dangerous and famous serial killers of all time My primary diagnosis of John Wayne Gacy is that he suffers from schizophrenia There are many symptoms that make up schizophrenia and two of them are clearly seen in Gacy One positive symptom of schizophrenia is having extremely inappropriate emotions or actions Gacy had very strange emotions He enjoyed raping young teenage boys and then killing them His actions were bizarre as well The act of rape and murder are inappropriate Also being able to bury and live with over 25 dead bodies is very unusual as well Another symptom clearly seen in Gacy is his flat and unemotional personality At the trial Gacy seemed to be lapsed into flat affect This means that
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