Hannibal, Missouri: Mike Johnson and D.H. Naismith, 1993. First edition, no slipcase. Black cloth, pp. , 323, ; signed note by Gacy on his Menard Prison letterhead bound in at front. Written while on death row, the note reads: "Greetings Reader, There are always at least two sides to a story. Thank you now for reading it from my point of view. John Wayne Gacy." Also signed by Mike Johnson and D.H. Naismith to the copyright page. This book was intended to be published in a print run of 500 copies, but less than 400 exist and the actual number is unknown. The book tells the story of Gacy's trial and arrest from his point of view, and includes many of his drawings. Some scattered red spots to edge of textblock and a light scratch, a touch of rubbing to boards, owner's embossment rear endpaper.