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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Smiley Face Killers update

Read a 2015 Smiley Face Killers update on Crime Magazine containing special mention of still-missing Pennsylvania resident Paul Kochu, as well as the Shane Montgomery disappearance and drowning in that same state and time-frame.


Portrait on the article's accompanying illustration (shown above) is that of Michael Jansson, a youth who similarly vanished without a trace from an Illinois dance club on the evening of March 9, 2001.

In classic Smiley Face Killers tradition, he was never seen or heard from again, until the car he'd hurriedly fled in that night was found twelve years later, upside down at the bottom of the Chicago River. 

A subsequent DNA test on the skeletal remains strewn throughout the vehicle confirmed they were in fact "Mikey" Jansson's bones ... full story @ Crime Magazine.


  1. Paul Kochu's remains were identified today as were Andre Grays. Both were found in a river. So. Very. Sad.

  2. One of the rarest creatures in the criminal world is the female serial killers. Countess Erszebet Bathory was a breathtakingly beautiful, unusually well-educated woman who was tried for slaughtering 612 young girls.

  3. Well they just found another body in the Susquehanna River. Autopsy scheduled Friday. Let's wait and see...