Thanks to Chad for giving me the head's up on this, but it looks as though the serial killer I have been preaching about for about a decade now has struck again.
This is how it is every time. 20-something college male goes missing, ends up in river. I like how drunk males found ways to not end up corpses in rivers for thousands of years, and now there are what 15 or 20 since about 1998 or so in the Upper Midwest--a relatively regionally specific phenomenon--but this is mere coincidence.
Do college kids in Alabama not drink within 20 miles of bodies of water? What about in Oregon?
Now I don't necessarily buy into that jibber-jabber about there being a gang of serial killers or that the initial incident in New York that the detectives on the case are trying to link to the midwestern cases is tied in at all, but for fuck's sake there is no way this is all coincidental.