EAR/ONS– the 4th Step

Study the map above. It marks the comfort zones and attack areas of the East Area Rapist and the pattern he laid down in the beginning.  He went on to become the even more evil Original Night Stalker. From the earliest days consultants said it indicated that EAR/ONS knew the East Area where he concentrated, that is, the area of Carmichael/Citrus Heights.

But does the map show any evolution to his pattern? A serial makes his most mistakes in the beginning, before he has perfected his pattern. But where is the evolution here above?

As we know, EAR struck deep into the area only twice– No. 10 and 26, and those were still along main roads, though they were not the main thoroughfares. No. 10 was off San Juan Blvd and No. 26 right off Whitney.  The others all crowd off Watt, Sunrise, Greenback and the main “T” of Manzanita and Madison. Those south are all close to Folsom Blvd.

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The only sketch while in perpetration. Not very good.

 

Even the very beginning strikes in Rancho Cordova were right off Paseo Drive, a main route into this area from Folsom Blvd.

Detectives have sought a connection to Rancho, then to Carmichael, but the pattern, as I said before, indicates EAR began with his Stalking MO intact. He came to Rancho and concentrated off Paseo/Malaga (I,3,6,8,15). In like manner he concentrated off Watt and La Riviera (11,18,27).  In like manner he seems to have concentrated in the East Area off main thoroughfares.

He struck twice deep in Modesto, but it was still off Sylvan, a main thoroughfare. We cannot say that he knew Modesto well as a result. The pattern is no different in the East Area of Sacramento where he began. What if he came from afar, but still within the region?

If he was based in the East Area, then he certainly kibitzed to the south, to the Highway 50 area, and strangely not to the north, to the Highway 80 area. He strikes here late, and only twice.

I supplanted my original Prime POI for another when I reinterpreted the map to say he was coming from the East, from Placerville. My original Prime POI came from the South and had business contacts in the East Area, but had never lived there. Another POI grew up dead center in the area and was, to say the least, quite weird. These two are going through the elimination process. . . .But—-

How would you interpret the map?

Interpretation is the 4th Step of Scientific or Investigative Method. Observe, Classify, Infer, now Interpret. We’ve all observed and classified the strike points. They Infer what? Then Interpret.

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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.

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EAR/ONS– Not Another Ripper

Some prefer to fear. Others perhaps prefer cynicism. EAR will not become another Jack the Ripper. He will not telescope into history as nothing more than a dark shadow creasing against a wall.

With the passing of every day, and now this last year, we are collectively closer. Once again, there is no failure if you do not quit.  I don’t quit. Vital clues are before us, provided by collective “failure.” Clues that must be used. They are not failure and they do more than eliminate POIs. They begin to shine the light on what remains.

The dragnet of schools has apparently not connected to a viable suspect. What should be the positive reaction to this? Collectively we should deduce we are looking for a man who is older than the time frame in which students were checked or he was educated in another area of the state or country.

Two of the POIs that I have submitted (and who are going through cross checking) kibbutz between both– a younger, local POI, and older POI from another state. Unfortunately, as I said, my investigation must go silent on these.

Perhaps the most important hypothesis to take up is that EAR had NO connection to the East Area. Even with my flagship POI there had been a connection. He grew up there and his family maintained a link. But what about NO link?

The strike map does indicate someone coming from afar. Why need there be any previous connection to the area?

Observe, Classify, Infer, Interpret– the first 4 steps of Scientific or Investigative Method. We all observe, classify and infer essentially alike. It is at interpretation where everything differs and the road splits into many paths.

I have followed the last path with my latest submitted POI– NO connection to the East Area whatsoever.

Reinterpretation of the strike map heavily favored a perp coming to the East Area from up Highway 50. This favored RP. He was made an even stronger and more viable POI by his past connection to the area.

But the strike locations had never changed. The pattern was only re-interpreted. The map below declares one thing. EAR remained close to the major thoroughfares of the East Area– Watt, Sunrise, Greenback, Manzanita. But the northern area (Foothill Farms) still seemed too far for him.

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The East Area– it is our only infallible witness remaining. But it is a mute witness. We must speak for it. EAR favored the south and not north of the area– Highway 50 and not Highway 80. Except for 2 times (10, 26) he stayed by main roads, and those 2 times never developed into comfort zones.

In our next post let’s lay out the possibility EAR had no connection to the East Area. It is a fact he never probed too far from the main roads. It is a fact that his subsequent attack areas– Contra Costa and So. Cal follow the same pattern. Establishing a very good probability that he came from afar in the very beginning will help us remove pointless leads and refine those clues that directly lead to him.

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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.

New Years Resolutions– not Revolutions!

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.

Fenn’s Treasure

No one helps anybody else find treasure. And no one should think that someone who hides treasure and sets up a riddle to find it is going to make it easy. . .

There are those who think Forrest Fenn’s Treasure is a hoax. Others have sought it by relying on a single clue rather than 9 clues that are supposed to be in his poem/riddle. A couple have died looking for it.

As your friendly neighborhood Q, you know I must have heard early on of Fenn’s Treasure. Treasure hunting is one of the ultimate and most enjoyable quests. It’s a mystery to solve with a great benefit at the end. No serials, no tragedies (hopefully), no wading through old records. . .  What adrenaline junkie Forrest Fenn did was give everyone who likes the “thrill of the chase” a great quest to embark upon. It’s cerebral, athletic, adventurous . . .and dangerous. Yet no one truly helps someone else find over a million in gold, coins, jewels, and artifacts. His poem is not easy.

Missing Treasure Hunter

But if Fenn is sincere, the storied treasures lies someone in the Rocky Mountains in a heavy bronze box waiting to be picked up. For so the poem with its riddles says. If one finds the right spot they can merely look down and see the chest and pick it up.

Let’s adopt a helpful attitude here rather than the negative hoax theory. Those who say it is a hoax note that the poem carries no reference to what time of year is best to look for the treasure. The Rockies are subject to heavy snowfall, melt off, rain, mud slides, etc.

Well, I would assume late spring to summer would be the best time anyway to go look. But if the object of the quest is truly there to be found, as implied in the poem, we can deduce a few things:

The treasure trove is placed in a location where weather is not a factor. It is outside supposedly; so the area is not subject to heavy snows, rain, mudslides, etc. In the Rockies that limits the area. It is above 5,000 feet he said. But then everything in the Rockies is. It is below 14,000 feet. He was too old to go that high. He was, in fact, 79 when he hid his treasure.

Everybody takes his age as the first undeclared clue. How far can an old man get with that kind of weight? Fenn has implied that his age is relevant.

The “blaze”? Some think it a cave or an abandoned mine; but if a cave then spelunkers would have found it by accident by now. After all, it was hid in 2010.

Others have noted that “home of Brown” is obviously one of the most significant clues. And it seems others have weedled more info out of the aging Fenn. He said you know where the home of Brown is and you can walk right to the treasure.  Others have complicated things by weedling more out of him. He has supposedly said that he took 2 trips from his car in one day to hide his heavy treasure. So, you can actually drive near enough to the location. . . but only if you know where lies the “home of Brown” apparently. Otherwise you have to start where he said: “where warm waters halt.” They are halted or they halt something?

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It isn’t easy to find it, and of course it is not meant to be easy. Context tells us that. Fenn has told everybody the location– the American Rocky Mountains. Some have spent the better part of their life looking for the fabled Lost Dutchman in the much more confined area of the Superstition Mountains.  Others have ardently sought Montezuma’s Gold in a smaller area of the Southwest. A small bronze box with 1 million in treasure in the Rockies? It’s not likely to be easy.

The treasure is growing in value, and it is lovely to behold from the pictures of the contents of the old medieval bronze chest. The chest itself must be worth something. It still awaits, and it still beckons those who seek “easy” and fabulous wealth. For those online, it is purely for the “thrill of the chase.”

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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.

UFOs and Federal Research: Why it is Needed and Why Folklore Tells us Little

Folklore has come to dominate every popular mystery. Whether this topic is Bigfoot, disappearing people, or, in this case, flying saucers, any topic that becomes popular is subject to hype and hyperbole. Discourse takes the place of research. Narrative becomes its own real life comic strip and toxic fandom comes to control the subject.

This is true of UFOs more than anything. The discourse came to be controlled by pure folklore and then religious claims of contact with higher, wiser beings. Claims from the occult crowd began immediately. Instead of channeling 3000 year old dead Egyptian priestesses, the occult crowd now channeled little men from Mars. Lord Cromarty declared in Lords that he has no doubt that aliens talk to people. He is just amazed they only pick “kooks.”

The Pentagon has admitted that they had been studying flying saucers again since 2007 and even released pilot statements about encountering them. This has unleashed the world of discourse, and sadly some of it is so misinformed it is only cropping popular impression the true phenomenon yet again.

Research and true investigation, on the other hand, has revealed a strange pattern to flying discs in the sky. It has NEVER gone beyond that, but enough observations of them did reveal a pattern.

The world was overwhelmed with reports back in 1947 when the first great flap occurred. One of the earliest qualified witnesses was NASA scientist Roy Hill. Fortunately, he took up a lifelong interest and remained very sober in his analysis.  His sighting and then interpretation is underscored by others in released Air Force ATIC reports from the early period when the Pentagon was quite forthright about encounters.

It was July 1952 when Roy Hill and a friend saw two saucers come in from the Atlantic near Norfolk, Virginia. They commenced what he described to Blue Book as a strange jitter. Then they commenced to horizontally revolve around a central; point at quick speed– about a second each revolution. Then they instantly switched and made the same maneuver vertically. Soon other saucers arrived and then the group proceeded West overland along the 37th Parallel. He deduced this orbiting maneuver was a “rendezvous” signal.

This same maneuvering, sometimes referred to as “dogfighting” in other ATIC reports, was also witnessed by members of Hamilton AFB in California. More glowing discs joined those “dogfighting” and the group headed over the Pacific in a diamond shape formation. Again, this same jitter was reported over West Virginia on another evening. But the two saucers engaged in it were never joined by others and they proceeded inland on their own.

Add to this the famous report of the airliner pilots (Fortenberry & Nash) in flight near Norfolk, also in July 1952, that momentous July in Ufology. At sunset the pilots saw an echelon formation of saucers coming in to the coast from the Atlantic. The first disc waffled and made a turn. The two behind it almost overtook it and then turned and the others following remained in formation. They proceeded overland along the 37th Parallel.

In that momentous July an Air Force pilot opened fire on one. It zoomed away and behind closed doors his base commander was ready to court martial him. Captain Ruppelt broke the story in his own book The Report on the UFOS in 1956. Soon after the shooting incident a UFO kept playing cat and mouse with an Air Force jet over Michigan. There were those in the Pentagon who were certain this incident clinched it: flying saucers were from outer space and under intelligent control.

Why? It had nothing to do with the clarity of the sightings or even with the physical fact there had been radar lock-ons on these objects.  It was most likely the pattern. Not just the “rendezvous” signal. They followed far more than an intelligent, though insect-like, way of communicating with each other. There was another pattern.

After the encounter with shooting at the saucer, no more large formations were sighted over land during the day accept at very high altitude. Then these stopped as well. Saucers came into the coast around sunset, almost always from the Atlantic, and then regrouped after the rendezvous signal, and proceeded inland. Hours later at dawn they regrouped again on the Pacific coast or at the Gulf coast and headed back to sea.

Moreover, the saucer over Michigan seemed to be detecting radar lock-on, and  it equated this with gun range. Each time there was lock-on, it zoomed further out of range. It seemed to be provoking the jet to fire, so it could verify its range. This is a disturbing chain of events, and it follows a logical pattern.

The pilots’ encounter off Norfolk in July 1952 also suggested the saucers cannot communicate with each other but had to use maneuvers. Those in echelon behind the leader did not see the turn coming. There have been a number of reports of saucers flying in what suggested the lead saucer took the others by surprise by a sudden maneuver.

There was also the “stacked coin position,” in which the saucers appeared to attach to the others in the squadron, possibly for hull-to-hull communication.

There is much more to the pattern of sightings– how they followed civilian and military aircraft in the early days. The goals seems obvious– it is the only logistic way to find all of our airports.

The pattern of saucer sightings was such that military men could predict their arrival. Captain Ruppelt wrote how one colonel at the Pentagon had been pounding his hand on his desk predicting the arrival of more saucers off New England or Washington DC before it did happen with the famous Washington DC flap in July 1952.

The various patterns easily suggested logical interpretation. It not only suggested the saucers were under control, it suggested flight pattern and basic reconnoitering tactics. The most obvious pattern: after being shot at they confined themselves to roaming over land only at night or during the day only at extreme altitude.

There is so much more, but it NEVER went beyond sightings. The pattern that can be detected is truly frightening, but the phenomenon remains to this day one of a disc- shape craft and their patterns.

The real saucers are only lentils, on the oblong side. There are different sizes: 100 feet, 60 feet, and perhaps a 20 to 30 foot size. There are some very small “probes” at about 2 feet. The probes were first reported at White Sand Missile Testing site. They followed a rocket launch. Theodolite tracked a saucer 105 foot in diameter.

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The 105 foot saucer as estimated at White Sands in 1949.

 

The early reports are the most sober. They come over a period of years, from military personnel, pilots, and some scientists. Analysis reveals alarming consistency.

True, slowly but surely the grandstanding occult got involved. Mysticism, séances, hypnosis revealed all sorts of weird contact with incubus and gave us other tall tales that mirror ancient folklore and myth. This is the human reaction. It is not the stimulus. This was the popular real life comic strip. Any analysis of this is NOT an analysis of UFOs. It is an analysis of the human phenomenon is response. It cannot shed any light on the tangible data that has been uncovered. Nor give us any insight into the disturbing pattern these discs in the sky and in the oceans have followed.

Long before the hype and hyperbole, explorer Nicolas Roerich reported this encounter in Altai Himalaya (1929, Skotes Publishing). The incident had occurred in 1926.

On August 5th— something remarkable! We were in our camp in the Kukunor district not far from the Humbolt Chain. In the morning about half-past nine some of our caravaneers noticed a remarkably big black eagle flying above us. Seven of us began to watch this unusual bird. At this same moment another of our caravaneers remarked “There is something far above the bird.” And he shouted in his astonishment. We all saw, in a direction from north to south, something big and shiny reflecting the sun, like a huge oval moving at great speed. Crossing our camp this thing changed in its direction from south to southwest. And we saw how it disappeared in the intense blue sky. We even had time to take our field glasses and saw quite distinctly an oval form with shiny surface, one side of which was brilliant with the sun.

— Not that dissimilar to what White Sands reported of their high flying saucer in 1949.

A scientific pursuit must come forward to examine this data, form an hypothesis and then test it. This is not in the realm of psychology. It is in the realm of physics, aerodynamics, and cold hard investigating and analysis.

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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.

True Futurism

People are not cattle. They cannot be driven. They must be led. You explain to them why it is better to go where you are going and they will follow. This is true power. Few have ever had it.

Alexander the Great brought in the world of Hellenism. The old world was dying for something new, and Greek attitudes were a welcome change. The US government had little to do with winning the West, but there was open land that mankind had not seen the like of since the beginning in Sumeria. These are only examples.

On the whole this old world is tired of the same old thing. But the planet does not give us a new undiscovered continent. China rolls in fabulous wealth again like in the days of old Cathay. But they do not have the technological background of America; and sadly America, like much of the West, wallows in its self indulgence and garners inspiration from things which entertain it– often obsolete SCI-FI.

The future is not space but what lies beyond it– just as the future for the old world was not the oceans but the land that lay beyond it. Entertainment driven “futurism,” about as coherent as late night liquid logic, touts the glories of Mars as our first step. The shortsightedness in this is staggering. Mars is a dead planet, like our moon, and is good only for mining or like Antarctica a place for a scientific station to sit around and waste money.

True futurism is based on knowledge and the vision which empowers that knowledge to take the logical and efficient steps.

1, We now are on the threshold of quantum longevity, the knowledge and ability to extend lifespans to hundreds of years until they reach the biblical spans recorded for the Patriarchs.

2, Alcubierre’s warp drive is now proven. We can control space and time. We now have the means to reach other planets in other solar systems in the same amount of time as pioneers crossed the Atlantic or Pacific 400 years ago.

Both of the above help in terra forming a planet if it is not already suitable and, indeed, help us to determine suitability.

Basic problems to overcome–

1, The perfection of the warp drive with a craft within it.

2, Artificial gravity in space flight if it is not a byproduct of the warp bubble.

While all other steps are being made to physically get mankind to other planets, the perfection of a craft within the warp drive is number 1. When that is accomplished, probes can be sent out to the other solar systems for  searching for a suitable planet and for photographing. Other probes must be sent out to monitor space in between what will become major Spaceways. The warp drive does not create another dimension and therefore collisions can occur with space debris. In essence, probes must be used like iceberg patrols in the days of the North Atlantic crossings.

When a suitable planet is discovered within the habitable zone of a star (and preferably with slightly greater gravity or a water vapor canopy), probes can be used to monitor the planet’s revolution around its sun in order to detect any weather variables that could be dangerous. If the planet needs terra forming, then probes can carry the necessary bacteria to the surface to commence soil fertility and still later carry seed to the surface.

What I have laid out only in outline above ARE the small steps. We are still crawling when doing this. Compared to some basic rocket trip to Mars, what I have outlined seems megalomaniacal, but it isn’t. It is within our grasp. It also is logical. When Europe burgeoned with people and the new world beckoned no one planned massive trips to Antarctica. It is a dead continent, and in like manner Mars is a dead planet of little interest in true futurism.

After the small steps above, the great problems will come with transport of people and animals. At the same time the charting of Spaceways to other planets will be ongoing and the selection of valuable mining operations on dead planets.

Naturally at this same time we have to be in a position to build great spaceships in space, which means mining operations off the moon and facilities thereon for construction in the weightlessness of the moon’s lesser gravity.

But we must face terra forming this planet. Longevity will clearly be affected on other planets; for those most ideal noticeably so. It will be especially apparent in those children sired in the new conditions, born and raised past puberty.

In future posts we can touch on that here. What I wish to make clear here is that all these steps above are baby steps. To colonize other planets based on popular knowledge about what is ideal on Earth or prophesied in live action cartoons is anti-science. Rather it must be based on the collective knowledge of several fields of learning that have given us the ideals of which we are capable of creating.

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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.

EAR/ONS and the Reward

It has been put forward by several followers of the case that the reward for EAR is awfully small considering the enormity of his crime spree and the number of his victims. The context of the statement, of course, is that the case remains unsolved and that the lack of an enticing reward is partly to blame. Believers in this note that in other cases where the perpetrator had half as many murder victims the reward was still much higher. The Tampa case was one cited to me on Facebook recently.

The reward for EAR/ONS is $50,000.00. In the Tampa case: $110,000.00.

I was around a long time before the FBI reward, and since my information goes to a special cold case unit I do not even know if I am eligible for the reward, so on that note I ask you all to consider: do you think a higher reward would help solve the EAR/ONS case?

Do you think there is another factor? That is, that there is so much popular interest in the EAR case now that a reward isn’t likely to goose the action out of those most likely to contribute to solving the case? After all, there is no reward for identifying the ‘Zodiac’ Killer, and that case remains one of the most prolifically strewn with amateur detectives.

Or is that not a factor at all? A reward is meant to excite a tipster and not a sleuth. It is meant to embolden someone to come forward who can bypass the gray cell pursuit and simply turn in someone who fits the description. EAR was so clever, at least shrewd, that it seems a tipster is a highly unlikely event.

In any case, it is interesting to consider whether a bigger reward would help solve the case.

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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.