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Share John Wayne Gacy is one of America’s most notorious serial murderers, killing at least 33 boys and young men between 1972 and 1978. He was also a real life scary evil clown, attending fundraising events and children’s parties as his alter ego “Pogo the Clown.” Gacy was executed by lethal injection in 1994, but before he died he took up painting. Many of Gacy’s paintings depicted himself as his scary evil clown alter ego Pogo. These images are some of the most haunting examples of scary evil clown art known today.

 
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Share Gacy was convicted of the murders and sentenced to death. While on death row, he took up painting and relived his past through his art. He painted many different subjects – landscapes, cartoon characters, skulls – but his favorite subject was scary evil clowns. He painted multiple self-portraits depicting his alter ego, Pogo. Gacy gave many of these paintings to friends, although he also sold his work through an agent. Pogo, the ultimate scary evil clown, continues to live on long after his creator’s death.   Read the Full Story
Share Gacy earned the name “Killer Clown” for good reason. He raped and strangled at least 33 boys and young men, burying many of the bodies in the crawl space under his home. Press dubbed Gacy the “Killer Clown” after learning that he entertained children dressed as a scary evil clown while preying on adolescents - many of his victims were just barely out of childhood.
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Share “Pogo the Clown” was born in late 1975, when Gacy joined the Jolly Joker Clown Club, a group of amateur clowns that often entertained hospitalized children. As a Jolly Joker, Gacy created his performance character – Pogo – and even designed his own costumes and makeup. Some evidence suggests that Gacy created Pogo to be the ultimate scary evil clown: when doing his makeup, he made sure to draw sharp corners at the edge of his mouth instead of the rounded borders employed by professional clowns so as not to scare children. After performing as Pogo, Gacy would often head to his favorite watering hole, the Good Luck Lounge, in full scary evil clown costume.   Read the Full Story

Scary Evil Clown Art

Gacy was convicted of the murders and sentenced to death. While on death row, he took up painting and relived his past through his art. He painted many different subjects – landscapes, cartoon characters, skulls – but his favorite subject was scary evil clowns. He painted multiple self-portraits depicting his alter ego, Pogo. Gacy gave many of these paintings to friends, although he also sold his work through an agent. Pogo, the ultimate scary evil clown, continues to live on long after his creator’s death.