DNA solves murder of man missing since 1978, mistakenly feared to be Gacy victim

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While he was still in college in the late 1970s, Edward Beaudion dressed up as a vampire to bring a little ghoulish cheer to kids at a local orphanage.

The Northwest Side man was finishing up his degree at Loyola University, thrilled to start teaching elementary kids at St. Andrew School in Lakeview in the fall of 1978.

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