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Retired NYPD Detective Kevin Gannon questions if the country's most notorious string of mysterious, accidental drownings are accidents or homicides and wonders if they could all be connected to The Smiley Face Killers.

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aired 114 days ago
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; with little decomposition to the body, the team believes the death could be the work of the Smiley Face Killers.
aired 114 days ago
A team of retired detectives investigate the 2008 death of a young man in a Philadelphia suburb who was found 14 days after he went missing in an area that had been searched; the team believes his death could be related to the Smiley Face Killers.
aired 114 days ago
A team of retired detectives investigate the death of a college honors student who disappeared in Chicago on the Eve of Y2K and was found on a beach in Indiana 77 days later; the team believes the case could be related to the Smiley Face Killers.
aired 114 days ago
A team of retired detectives travels to Boston to investigate the 2009 death of a young Navy veteran; 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.
aired 114 days ago
A team of retired detectives travels to La Crosse, Wisconsin, to investigate the 2006 death of a college basketball player; they believe La Crosse is ground zero for their Smiley Face Killer theory with multiple drowning deaths of college-aged men.
aired 114 days ago
A team of retired detectives investigate the mysterious 2017 drowning death of a graduate student in Pittsburgh and explore whether the case is connected to the Smiley Face Killer theory they've been investigating for the past decade.

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