Whoever Fights Monsters - Chapter 11 Two for the Show Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Two for the Show Summary and Analysis

While giving a seminar for his new crime-fighting unit, Ressler was able to arrange for John Gacy and Edmund Kemper to appear via satellite link to the seminar. Both men were serious killers and Ressler had learned much from studying their crimes. Ressler first learned about Gacy while traveling in Chicago in the late 1970s. The investigation began when a local young man went missing and Gacy became the subject. Gacy was, by all accounts, an upstanding member of his neighborhood and was well liked and respected by everyone. He was actively involved in the Democratic Party and was even able to meet First Lady Carter at one point. While the police was watching him, he began to become visibly frazzled and started drinking and taking drugs. Eventually, when being questioned by the...

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