Other books and movies on John Wayne Gacy

Updated 8/1/2011 3:27 PM

Besides "Defending a Monster," nearly a dozen books and two movies have been written about serial killer John Wayne Gacy, including:

• "Killer Clown," by Terry Sullivan


• "A Passing Acquaintance," (later published as "The Chicago Killer"), by former Des Plaines Police Chief Joseph Kozenczak.

• "The Man Who Killed Boys: The John Wayne Gacy Story," by Clifford L. Linedecker

• "Johnny and Me: The True Story of John Wayne Gacy," by Barry Boschelli

• "John Wayne Gacy: The FBI Files," by the Federal Bureau of Investigations

• "Buried Dreams: Inside the Mind of Serial Killer John Wayne Gacy," by Tim Cahill

• "Who is John Wayne Gacy?" by Jason Islas

• Several books that are compilations of letters from Gacy

• The 1992 miniseries, "To Catch A Killer," starring Brian Dennehy

• The 2003 movie, "Gacy," starring Mark Holton, Adam Baldwin, Tom Waldman and Charlie Weber

• The 2010 movie, "Dear Mr. Gacy," starring William Forsythe, Jesse Moss and Emma Lahana