With the dawn of the new year I remain as focused as before on my goal concerning EAR/ONS. But like others whose names are well-known in the public forum and associated with the case I have grown weary of reruns, and a few examples of reruns have to be removed from syndication in 2018.
One, you’d be surprised at how many people contact me and beg for help with their own personal POI. I am glad to forward people to the FBI, which I frequently do, but you would be even more surprised by the number that make the circuit and try and get their POI resubmitted to every jurisdiction regardless if another jurisdiction told them there is nothing to him.
It is a never-ending story. What psychological factor motivates them, I do not know. But they have the need to believe they had encounters with the No. 1 serial predator in history, and they don’t want that distinction taken away from them.
Then there are those who are equally sure they have the right guy, but they won’t move on to ever contact law enforcement. They want YOU to help them. You get the sneaking feeling they’ve been to the FBI and were told to go jog on the highway. But they don’t want to tell you that because you will dust them off as the cranks they are. They never give up. They are sure they got the right guy and evidence doesn’t matter to them.
Then there are those who see an old yearbook photo and it looks like one of the many sketches of a “suspicious person” who might have been EAR. This launches their investigation which goes nowhere because they don’t even know what constitutes circumstantial evidence.
Then there are genuine paranoid psychotics who insist most anybody they have contact with is EAR and he is out to get them. Seriously, I’ve had a few.
I have never seen a legitimate POI come from this arena. Even a superficial examination removes the person. No one has ever submitted a POI to me who was the result of anything that can be termed investigation. If they knew how to do that dispassionately they would rule out their POI or move forward with law enforcement on their own.
I will forward to legitimate inquirers the contact point with the FBI, but spare me pitches about your POI. It will just get forwarded to the FBI. I’m not a member of the audience. I don’t need to be involved with others. I’m not writing a book. I declared my intent to investigate the case. My historical investigation and the subsequent analysis is on Q Files. I am now in the mode of identifying the perp. I am not a part of contributing to the syndication of the EAR/ONS Casebook Show.
My investigation leads me to my own persons of interest. I have a direct route to submit them and I must be careful to maintain my own reputation with the task force members I may submit to.
I know by heart the reruns of the 1970s EAR/ONS Casebook Show and its main cast. I am proud to be a part of the present, and I made my investigation as public as possible. I am not here to document the past anymore and rerun it in syndication. I have to deal with the personalities involved today, not 40 years go. I have to move forward with my own investigation and post things that will hopefully help other true investigators.
In my next post, let’s discuss the unimaginable– what if all those in auto-wrecking are removed from the POI list this year? What clues lead us elsewhere? There are a few. It’s a question of bloodhounds following old scents. We rather have to do the same thing.
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.