Carole Hoff Gacy Biography
Carole Hoff is well known as the Second wife John Wayne Gacy. John was an American serial killer and convicted Sex Offender. John and Carole were high school sweethearts.
Here is all you need to know about John Gacy’s Second wife Carole Hoff Gacy Bio-Wiki, Age, Birthday, Parents, family, Net Worth, Is She Alive? Net Worth, Wikipedia and Today.
Carole Hoff Age, Birthday
Hoff is believed to be in her 80’s as of 2022. It is not known when she celebrates her birthday and her Zodiac.
Carole Hoff Husband
She married John Wayne Gacy in 1972. The two were high school sweethearts. The couple divorced in 1975. Carol and her husband had known each other since childhood and had even gone on a date when he was a teenager.
By the time the two had tied the knot John had already lured in his first victim and killed him. The couple had been married for 4 years. Throughout their 4 year marriage, Carole ignored the smell that was underneath the couple’s house.
Carole has since moved on with her life and prefers to lead a private one away from her ex-husband’s limelight. She has never been married again and is presumably single.
Carole Hoff Daughters
Carole had two daughters from a previous relationship. She and John never had any children together.
Details regarding her Daughters names, whereabouts, and occupation are currently unavailable.
Where is Carole Hoff Now? Is she Alive?
Carole was a friend of John’s Sister. However, after her divorce from John, she has maintained a low profile. It is not known if she is alive or dead. Her current whereabouts still remain a mystery.
Carole Hoff Wikipedia
Hoff married John knowing very well that he was a convicted rapist. She believed that the now-dead serial killer had regretted his actions and served his time in prison honorably. John had managed to rekindle a romantic relationship with her despite his probation mandating he live with his mother and adhere to a 10 p.m. curfew.
Shortly after his probation was done he started his own property maintenance business in 1971, and moved into his own home in Chicago’s Norwood Park neighborhood.