It is that time again, and my New Years Resolutions are, in fact, to resolve, not revolve! My eyes are set at True Crime more than anything. I need to get 2 of my trifecta out of the way. This means EAR/ONS and Zodiac. Come hell or high water HorrorScope has to come out in 2018. If you follow me on Twitter, you see I have been sharing edits.
Most importantly, I want EAR/ONS off my back. I need to conclude my investigation and, frankly, get the world of toxic fandom away from me. I don’t know who would enjoy reveling in this kind of stuff. I am not at liberty to say how many people I have forwarded to the FBI, both sincere and sometimes quite crankish. But amidst my own badger sniffing along my own line of investigation many others come to me. I have had more than enough jacket jobs, and a few online stalkers. One continues to try and hack my Amazon account.
I must prepare a little addendum for a cold case DNA unit concerning one POI already thrown in. I was able to secure a little more info, but especially a better photo of him. For me, this is inspiring. This is the original prime POI, whom I supplanted for RAP, when I decided to reinterpret the strike map. A little reminder of what I have often said– I have a core group of POIs within a network of auto wrecking and use car sales. The one who is dead has been eliminated, the others are alive.
My EAR investigation has been as public as possible, as I said it would be. But you all know that with living POIs it must become more restricted. I submitted a 12 page thesis outlining his viability a couple of months ago to the task force and it is being followed through. Since then two photos have been secured and more data. Hopefully the thesis I have submitted and the addendum will inspire a DNA test.
So there is my resolution– I want to move on swiftly and get to some happier and adventurous topics to investigate without the enmeshing clutches I have encountered with EAR/ONS for the last few years.
I am very grateful for the support and kindness of many people out there. It has truly been appreciated. The public nature of my investigation into this case has helped educate many on how the system works and the time it takes to be careful. Do not mistake the slow process at the official level. It does not reflect a lack of interest, but quite the opposite. It reflect a very serious, dedicated desire to nail the right guy and have all the information in order to go to court with. The closer the investigation comes to EAR, the more careful it must become. It takes more than DNA. It takes putting it all in context and then ready to go before a judge.
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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.