This is a moderated subreddit. Season 1, Episode 3 February 2, 2019 Season 1, Episode 3 February 2, 2019 A team of retired detectives travels to Boston to investigate the 2009 death of a young Navy veteran. There is no consistency with where these extremely common markings are found. Never heard of the Smiley Face Killers? The smiley face my be one of the most ubiquitous symbols seen in the United States. Could the body have been hung up on something in the river? Drunk people fall into rivers. The assailant then placed Dakota's body in the Ohio River downstream of the dam, and the cold temperatures delayed the decomposition process, making it difficult to determine the length of time the body was in the river. Just because some bodies have turned up next to them does not mean they are connected.
Season 1, Episode 6 February 23, 2019 Season 1, Episode 6 February 23, 2019 A team of retired detectives investigates the 2005 death of a man who was found in a rural Michigan lake 21 days after he went missing. The goal of Gannon and his team is to gather enough evidence and get local authorities to reclassify and investigate the deaths as homicides. Questions we'll probably never have an answer for. For some reason they didn't bother to go any further then that with that detail. You could say maybe he just had to pee really badly and couldn't hold it any longer but then why not just go in the alley. If I had to take a guess, I think he met someone that night. I know that if I had to identify a loved one, I would not do so from looking at an ankle picture - I would demand to see the body.
Maybe the point of discovery is exactly where the body was dumped and the smiley was made? I find it too hard to believe that not a single camera could miss him falling off the bridge. With the facts shown in this show. But there no knowing for sure how long that body was in the water, not every single case will be like the next in every detail. As for all the other cases mentioned in Duarte and Gannon's theory, I think it is likely that foul play was involved in some of them, but I don't think there is anything indicative of a single serial killer or gang. News can exclusively reveal the network will launch Smiley Face Killers: The Hunt for Justice on Saturday, Jan.
That is the sentiment which fuels the M. Serial killers do not work in the way proponents of this myth stipulate. My opinion is that this show had little to no credibility and preyed upon the grieving parents. They're all arrogant and refuse to consider any idea other than their own. Wecht has lost their credibility in my opinion. This is the front page of Pittsburgh's place on the internet, curated by our community. They've dedicated the past 12 years of their retirement in pursuit of justice.
The victim's girlfriend spoke to him just minutes before he vanished and the team believes his death could be the work of the Smiley Face Killers. Ligature mark on his neck that looked to be from strangulation I don't think postmortem because of his fingers. In any event, there are a few details about this case that strike me as odd. College kids sometimes act strange for any number of reasons. But yeah come to think of it, it's weird that the ligature marks seemingly wrapped around the back of his neck.
Will you watch Smiley Face Killers? And there's not way to know for sure if that body snagged on some underwater obstacle causing some of those findings in the autopsy. The biggest question I had is about his intoxication level as seen by his friends or people that saw him last. With little decomposition to the body, the team believes the death could be the work of the Smiley Face Killers. An accident is just that. Their bodies have been found in clusters across the country and the victims seem to be similar, they've all been athletic, academic achievers.
He was not even seen touching the bridge via camera, his last known area was a dark alley at night. He was last seen on surveillance around Market Square. There are smiley faces drawn, carved and painted all over the United States. Or a repeating order that repeats monthly, such as can be done on Amazon. Hard to believe that anyone takes him seriously anymore. He supposedly cut through an alley way and then made a left onto Ft.
My biggest issue is the complete unwillingness to explore that maybe he did actually just fall into the river by accident. In addition, near where many of the bodies are recovered is one distinct mark: graffiti of a smiley face. And the friend who reported his bizarre behavior weeks before? Possibly because it would remove tension they want to have associated with this story. If it were his bank account, it's totally reasonable for a hold to have been placed and then posted in his checking a couple of days after. In that case, I'm not sure what would cause the markings under his fingernails.