Smiley Face Serial Killers

If you haven’t tuned into this special on Oxygen on Saturday nights, you can watch it on demand. It’s a very interesting show about some retired detectives investigating a string of deaths of young men that are thrown into a body of water. The biggest twist is they feel it is a cell of ppl that are bonded via the dark web as the M. O’s are all extremely similar. The men have either GHB or TCA’s or an alternative drug in their system that would have helped to incapacitate them in some way, shape or form. In addition, the cases are years apart, different cities, and there is always graffiti of a smiley face found near where the body is dumped or found. From a forensic standpoint, some of these men’s deaths have been ruled “accidental” when in fact there are clues (as told by Dr. Cyril Wecht) that lead the team to help reopen the majority of cases, because they blatantly scream homicide. Very intriguing show!

YT Oxygen channel

YT link-proving SMK homicide investigation

https://www.oxygen.com/crime-time/questions-smiley-face-killings-investigators-hope-answer?amp

About the Author
I am an experienced trauma nurse who has seen a lot of super tragic and gnarly things. On the flip side, I’ve have seen and done a lot of amazing things in my 20 years of nursing as well. I’ve saved lives for a living and I have had the privilege and the honor of holding patients hands as they take their last breath. I have seen SO many patients and their loved ones in their most fragile moments. I am proud of my profession, and for the fact that I have fought so valiantly to be here. Sometimes nurses get burnt out, but I have been blessed to be at the bedside all of my career. I have earned multiple degrees and certifications in nursing. I am the nurse you want at your bedside when you’re critically injured and dying. I put my blood, sweat and tears into being clinically astute & relevant. This blog is to help new nurses, nursing students, paramedics, experienced nurses, or whomever comes across my blogs path and think it is intriguing, educational or inspiring to them. In this career, we are all here to share and help one another grow. I believe in building others up, so they can reach the next level, whatever their goal may be. Carpe Diem & ENJOY!

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