It all started on this boat the night of Nov. 22, 2013,
when Forrest Hayes, a 51-year-old Google executive, met Alix Tichelman, then a
26-year-old aspiring model and make-up artist, on his 46-foot yacht, "Escape."
Credit: CBS News
The next morning, Forrest Hayes was found dead by the boat's
captain in the main cabin.
An autopsy revealed he died from an apparent heroin
overdose. When police arrived at the scene, they noticed two wine glasses.
Their conclusion? Someone else must have been there.
Credit: Forrest Hayes Memorial Site
Escape was decked out with $200,000 worth of gear, including
HD security cameras that would allegedly capture the death of Forrest Hayes along
with a mysterious woman at his side.
"48 Hours" correspondent
Maureen Maher stands next to Hayes' $8,000 captain’s chair.
Maher and "48 Hours" investigate Hayes' death in "Kiss of Death and the Google Exec," airing Saturday, Jan. 24 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.