FILE - In this Nov. 30, 2012 file photo, Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart, left, and sheriff's detective Jason Moran are seen in Chicago with three recently discovered vials of mass murderer John Wayne Gacy's blood. Dart says his officers and the FBI using high tech equipment and two dogs trained to sniff out human remains, went to the apartment complex of Gacy’s late mother in March 2013 and found nothing to indicate the serial killer stashed any bodies there. Dart has been investigating the serial killer who was convicted in 1980 of murdering 33 young men in the 1970s on a number of fronts the last couple years. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green, File)

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FILE - In this Nov. 30, 2012 file photo, Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart, left, and sheriff's detective Jason Moran are seen in Chicago with three recently discovered vials of mass murderer John Wayne Gacy's blood. Dart says his officers and the FBI using high tech equipment and two dogs trained to sniff out human remains, went to the apartment complex of Gacy’s late mother in March 2013 and found nothing to indicate the serial killer stashed any bodies there. Dart has been investigating the serial killer who was convicted in 1980 of murdering 33 young men in the 1970s on a number of fronts the last couple years. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green, File)
FILE - In this Nov. 30, 2012 file photo, Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart, left, and sheriff's detective Jason Moran are seen in Chicago with three recently discovered vials of mass murderer John Wayne Gacy's blood. Dart says his officers and the FBI using high tech equipment and two dogs trained to sniff out human remains, went to the apartment complex of Gacy’s late mother in March 2013 and found nothing to indicate the serial killer stashed any bodies there. Dart has been investigating the serial killer who was convicted in 1980 of murdering 33 young men in the 1970s on a number of fronts the last couple years. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green, File)
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