John Wayne Gacy

January 22, 2011 by USA Post 

John Wayne Gacy, John Wayne Gacy, Jr. (March 17, 1942 – May 10, 1994) was an American serial killer also known as the Clown Killer who committed rape and murder of 33 teenagers and young men between 1972 and 1978. Twenty-six of Gacy victims were buried in the crawlspace of his house, three others elsewhere on his property and four victims were thrown into a nearby river.

Gacy became known as the “Killer Clown” because of its charitable services at fundraising events, parades and birthday parties where he dressed as “Pogo the Clown, a character that he has designed himself.

Your Crap Archivist just happened to be on vacation through the large, troubled state of Arizona the weekend before the angry hell, which has long been established there, finally, he even vomit.

I discovered quite inimitable art of “A. Brady” in one of the many antique shops in downtown Kingman, Arizona. Like all great painters, Brady understands that the best path to artistic immortality is to copy the paintings of notorious killers, just like Hitler did with Thomas Kinkade. Wayne Brady singé”John Gacy’’’’ET expects someone to pay for it and 100. But more interesting than the price is the price.

And, hey, Arizona: I had a great time, met many good people, spent a few dollars, and saw so many glorious canyons, craters and crack that I felt like I was watching skirt creation. Now please try to calm down a bit, do you want?
Kellie Madison filmmaker and Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz has appeared on the eyes on entertainment in December 2010 to promote “Man Machine”, a feature film about obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). The first of its kind, this innovative project highlights a commonly stigmatized disorder affecting these remarkable figures as Donald Trump, Howie Mandel and Howard Stern. These men of success, with millions of people worldwide suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder, a neurobiological anxiety disorder characterized by intrusive thoughts (obsessions) and the need to perform repetitive and ritualistic behaviors (compulsions). One in 50 adults currently struggle with obsessive-compulsive behavior. One in 25 has dealt with the disease at some point in their lives. EOE To sees the interview, go to: V=292E4NIE1Dg

“Man Machine”, written by Madison, is a narrative film that illuminates the debilitating struggle that millions of people who suffer from OCD go on a daily basis. “Man Machine” tells the animated tale of an average man, who struggles with an extraordinary problem, facing its most debilitating fear to save the woman he loves.

What sets this film apart is twofold. First, it aims to do this “Rain Man” and “Children of Silence” has for autism and hearing impaired – a dialogue about a mental health problem confined in a public vehicle like the movie. Second it is seeking funding as part of a grassroots campaign involving not only the OCD community in action, but also brings the public into the fold.

Madison raises all and 2,000,000-production budget through contributions to The website, however, is much more than just a movie site. In fact, it is first and foremost an awareness node obsessive-compulsive disorder, social networking, discussion, and most importantly, artistic expression.

“People come to this site and immediately they see the user-generated art, music, media of all kinds, all centered around OCD, and all have given us by our audience. It’s really interactive. People come here from all walks of life and they see this oasis sudden speech disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and the discussion that allows them to express themselves in a number of creative ways. It’s really about the community. The film is just another media vehicle that helps us to spread the message, “says Madison. For those interested in more information, Madison made herself available at:

Too often, people with OCD suffer in silence because of shame and stigma associated with this disorder. Some do not even recognize what they are suffering and are terrified to leave their homes. To date, a film that deals with the daily fear associated with debilitating OCD has not yet been produced. The film is one of the most powerful ways to convey messages to audiences worldwide. A feature like “Man Machine” can and will create awareness and empathy for people suffering from OCD. This will ultimately affect change by helping people to recognize their problems and then seek appropriate treatment.

About Kellie Madison
Kellie Madison has produced award winning films, including “bathroom picnic”, and is connected to Clark Peterson, producer of the Oscar winning film “Monster” to produce his last completed project, the film “Mr. Gacy,” putting featuring William Forsythe. The film was based on the New York Times bestseller titled “The Last Victim” by Jason Moss, Jeffrey Kottler Jason meets cooling real life with Gacy notorious serial killer “John Wayne’’. Since then, Kellie has been writing, producing and developing several feature film projects with high concept comedies, “The Poster” and “The Abolition of Sex,” a suspense thriller called “Windows”, “Box Castle” a drama and a science fiction film called “Under.” Kellie is happy to engage on the way to go, “Man Machine” a film about a man with an obsessive compulsive. Kellie passion is telling stories that inspire, entertain people and move. For more information, contact: Jasmine Bina JB Communication (714) 328-3866 or

About Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz
Dr. Jeffrey M. Schwartz is a research psychiatrist at the School of Medicine, University of California at Los Angeles and one of the world’s leading experts in neuroplasticity. Decades ago, he began studying the philosophy of consciousness, the idea that the actions of the mind have an effect on brain function. Pioneering work of Dr. Schwartz in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) has provided tangible proof that the mind can control the chemistry of the brain. He has lectured extensively to professional and lay audiences in the United States, Europe and Asia. His books include The Mind and Brain: Neuroplasticity and the Power of Mental Force and the bestseller Brain Lock: Free Yourself from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, the seminal book on OCD. His latest book, You Are Not Your Brain: The 4-Step solution to end the destructive behavior, change bad habits and take control of your life, co-written with Rebecca Gladding, is scheduled for 2011. Visit:

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