I was about ten years old when Gacy was committing his horrific murders and he was the main reason parents were drilling not to talk to strangers into our heads. That worked for me back then, so I made my three and six year old daughters watch “Gacy House” with me hoping for the same results. Instead it scared me and I ended up sleeping with them in their bunk bed with the covers over my head.
I was scared for the group the minute they stepped into the house. Whenever they attempted to call upon Gacy something would happen like a picture fall, door slam, or a flash from the fireplace, but yet they were still a bit skeptical and tried to logically explain it instead of screaming that Gacy was present. F’ that I’d sprint to the airport and get the hell out of there, call me a wuss I don’t care. I know that’s their job and I don’t want to tell them how to do their job, but come on Mike (Jim Lewis) don’t be screaming “DAMNIT GACY”! You must of been a brilliant child and do things like cover your penis in honey and stick it in an ant hill. Calling out Gacy and offering him a teenage boy’s t-shirt kept the tension up (and probably Gacy too) throughout the footage, but it wasn’t smart.
It wasn’t until the end of the footage that Professor Franklin (Michael Gaglio) had a great idea that maybe they should pack it up due to the disturbances and injuries happening to them….but nooooo, he still didn’t leave. Little did he know that most of his team already was murdered by Gacy’s spirit and even after he saw Gary (Brett A. Newton) dragged across the floor by Gacy’s ghost he still didn’t leave. Idiot!
Watching the footage was disturbing, but I was very curious about Gacy and was hoping he was gone forever, apparently not. On a good note, at least he wasn’t all about little boys because he did rip off one of the girl’s shirt. Maybe he watched Scott Baio’s “Zapped” while in prison?