October 6, 1933, was a typical afternoon in the Ybor City, a Tampa neighborhood, until neighbors noticed that they had not seen a single member of the Licata family all day. Officers would soon uncover one of the world's worst ax murderers of all time.
UPDATE: On Sunday March, 19, 2017, Bradley Varret's body was recovered from the Schuylkill River, not far from where he was last seen over six weeks ago. Is Varret a victim of the 'Smiley Face' murders?
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Between 1997 and 2010, over 40 young men mysteriously vanished, only to be found weeks or months later drowned in a body of water. Retired New York City detectives Kevin Gannon and Anthony Duarte began researching possible similarities in each case. They went public with the "Smiley Face Murders" theory in 2008.