On June 17, 1972, a 24-year-old, $80-a-week security guard at the Watergate office complex noticed some door locks in the complex had been taped over – twice. His call to police touched off a two-year-long crisis that ended with the resignation of President Nixon. But Frank Wills was soon unable to find a job, and later had run-ins with the law. He died in Augusta, Georgia in obscurity at age 52 of a brain tumor. Using books, news articles, videos and even a record album, we will look at what he did, why he did it – and how it affected his life.