Twenty years after John Wayne Gacy's crimes were discovered, police plan to dig behind a house to search for more victims of the serial killer who entertained children as a clown.
A ground radar survey of the home last week, near where Gacy's mother once lived, indicated that human remains may lie under the plot. Gacy was executed for the deaths of 33 young men and boys whose bodies were found at or near his home in 1978.
The dig is planned for Monday and will be barricaded from the public, Officer Cesar Guzman said Wednesday. Gacy, a local building contractor, was arrested three years later. He was executed in 1994.