Peacock released the first trailer for John Wayne Gacy: Devil in Disguise, a six-part documentary series about the serial killer that will premiere on March 25.

Peacock released the spooky first trailer for John Wayne Gacy: Devil in Disguise, his upcoming six-part documentary series about the infamous sex offender and serial killer also known as the “Killer Clown.”

Posted in the official peacock Youtube channel, the nearly two-minute trailer begins with footage of Gacy being interviewed while behind bars in 1992, and explaining, “I had no need to speak to the media. They were looking for sensationalism and they were looking for the monster.”

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The remainder of the teaser combines snippets of archive footage from Gacy’s trial, home videos, and audio from news reports on Gacy’s crimes, along with interviews with people who knew Gacy before he was arrested. At one point, a reporter’s voice explains, “Gacy was highly respected in his community and even dressed as a clown to entertain the children.” At another point in the trailer, the infamous murderer observes: “The dead will not bother you. They are the living you have to worry about.”

According to Peacock, the series features never-before-seen footage from a 1992 interview with Gacy, as well as interviews with people who “were forever changed by his unspeakable deeds and those who believe the full truth about the case remains hidden from him.” day. “Among those interviewed is Gacy’s second ex-wife.

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Gacy assaulted and murdered at least 33 youth and children in Illinois in the 1970s before being arrested and sentenced to death. The bodies of 27 of those victims were found buried in the driveway of Gacy’s home. He died by lethal injection in 1994 at age 52.

Devil in disguise marks Peacock’s first foray into unscripted and true crime programming, and follows recent Netflix success Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes Y Night Stalker: Hunt for a Serial Killer and HBO Max’s Atlanta, missing and murdered: the lost children. Peacock previously announced that it will release a series of non-crime related documentaries beginning with Michael Phelps: medals, souvenirs and more, a three-part documentary series from NBC Sports that will premiere on the streaming platform before the Tokyo Olympics.

John Wayne Gacy: Devil in Disguise is produced by NBC News Studios with Rod Blackhurst of the Witchcraft Motion Picture Company, who also served as producer for 2016 Amanda Knox. Alexa Danner, Elizabeth Fischer, and Tracy Ullman are also serving as executive producers alongside Blackhurst, while Alison True is an executive consultant. All six episodes of Devil in disguise It will debut at Peacock on Thursday, March 25.

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