Serial killers painting portraits of other serial killers? It’s a little creepy. John Wayne Gacy, who tortured and murdered 33 teenage boys in the 1970s and stashed their bodies in his crawlspace, took a turn for the artistic once he was behind bars. In 2011, a Las Vegas gallery exhibited “Multiples: The Art of John Wayne Gacy,” a show filled with the serial killer’s paintings of Charles Manson, Jesus, Ed Gein (upon whom The Silence of the Lambs was based), The Seven Dwarves, and the incredibly terrifying Pogo the Clown, a character Gacy used to play at children’s birthday parties. The paintings were priced in the thousands, which begs the question: which is creepier, the artwork or its use as a decoration piece in someone’s house?