An updated historical photo gallery, featuring never-before-published shots of John Wayne Gacy’s crawlspace excavation.

Between December 22 and 29, 1978, 27 bodies were recovered from Gacy’s suburban home, 26 of which were found buried in his crawl space, with one additional victim being found buried beneath the concrete floor of Gacy’s garage.

During one of his interviews, former Des Plaines officer Mike Albrecht recalled, “That odor from the heat, from the crawl space. [We] said right away, it smelled like a morgue!”

This exclusive photo gallery originally appeared in Behind the Tape Photobook, along with nearly a thousand more exclusive crime scene photos.
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