As many of you know, I do not like the genre of True Crime. I like to crack mysteries, and the identity of some of the worst serial predators is a tantalizing mystery to crack indeed.
And as you all know, HorrorScope is delayed, thanks largely to my need to delve into the background of my other primary POIs in EAR/ONS. Two of those are now going through the official process. And I must say I am happy that I have an open door through which to submit my investigative material.
I’ve had terrible eyestrain, but I have restarted Then Came the Dawn, which is now slated to come out before HorrorScope. This is the story of the search for Amelia Earhart. It is not an attempt to solve it, but to put in place in one volume all the data and let the reader decide the next steps. It should be an all-in-one companion to the topic.
In holiday mode, while relaxing my eyes and what is left of my brain, I have put to task to set in order all the exact streets where EAR struck. Questions remain only on a few, so I am getting the actual street addresses (will not post online, of course), and maybe I will do a special page on the Attack No 11.
There was some real confusion up here about the La Riviera strikes because locally it was said that one occurred on Grand Rio Circle. I hesitated to accept the claim that one occurred on Glenville Circle, believing that a memory corruption of the Grand Rio Circle attack. Like others I believed 2 occurred on La Riviera. I have the addresses now, and Glenville, Grand Rio and La Riviera, are the 3 correct streets.
As for Grand Prix in Modesto, we shall see. I’ve had pictures of the inside of the house where it supposedly happened for a while, but there is no authoritative source that confirms it.
Still tapping away on NorCal, but it is slow. With such little information, there isn’t much yet to sew together and analyze how he stalked his victims.
I wish everybody a happy Thanksgiving!
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Since 1990 Gian J. Quasar has investigated a broad range of mysterious subjects, from strange disappearances to serial murders, earning in that time the unique distinction of being likened to “the real life Kolchak.” However, he is much more at home with being called The Quester or Q Man. “He’s bloody eccentric, an historian with no qualifications who sticks his nose into affairs and gets results.” He is the author of several books, one of which inspired a Resolution in Congress.