EAR/ONS– MORE THAN DNA

If it turns out that RP is EAR/ONS, then we must speculate on what law enforcement may consider doing. DNA will merely identify him now, but there was a lot of stuff that EAR took from his victims. Where is it?

In my “Portrait of Terror” I reconstruct EAR calling from the wrecking yard after work, making his ominous hang up phone calls.  This still probably rings true. But there is the probability that he also used the Lincoln lair. It was an old house on Lincoln Avenue, demolished when the new developments went in around there. By 1983 it was gone, destroyed for Clover Knolls Ct. It had some good property behind it. EAR would have been completely unsupervised here, a teen off the leash in the Swingin’ Seventies. . . . if it is RP.

His family was now based far away up Highway 50. He would have been coming and going from work and perhaps some chores pertaining to his mother’s business. He would have been allowed to stay nights sometimes, but after HS graduation perhaps was allowed to live there. After the Summer of 1977, as we know, EAR’s pattern shows he branched out further, as if now based in the East Area rather than coming to it from up Highway 50.

It would be impossible to dig up the area today. But I suspect that if there is a DNA hit SAC. Co. LE will do some investigating in hopes of trying to identify the lair and where some of the goods might have been hidden. After all, DNA does not identify the infamous lair. Something had to happen to all that EAR had stolen. The stash of guns, knives? Maybe even the masks.

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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– RP Finally in the Dragnet.

There is much I cannot say, as I said before, but a few things can be said. To recap: I was stifled about how to get handwriting on RP. I felt it was the quickest way to encourage that familial DNA be attempted. When EAR fled the Danville No. 48 attack he left behind paperwork with writing on it, ostensibly his own. I was searching court cases, with the hopes that he had written a deposition therein. As it stands, I doubt I will have to pull the case.  I have learned that if there is an autopsy, there will be a sample. They will go for the jugular and get DNA there. If not, there already is another way.

I was stifled because I had turned in RP a long time ago, but apparently it never went through official channels. I had no feedback. I thought that the prospect of familial DNA was too officially daunting with the evidence at hand. So I plowed on to get the handwriting– which I felt would then constitute probable cause. The current investigators don’t have that attitude. They will go for DNA.

I have held back stats on RP, but I suspect that they have run his license and background checks, etc, and discovered that his height and appearance and eye color match %100 EAR/ONS. There is also a tenuous connection with a company that may give us a better interpretation for “CORN”  on a jacket. It would fit what Santa Babs Co. sheriffs detectives discovered about paint chips and a Sac contractor working on that strip mall in 1979.

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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– RAP in Pipeline

I am not at liberty to say anything, but many things have fallen into place recently regarding RP as being EAR/ONS. We will soon know. Apparently there had been a false start, long over a year and a half ago. For whatever reason I do not know my information was not processed. I do know now that some of the best in a DA’s homicide unit are on it (in a separate jurisdiction).

It doesn’t behoove me to speak of a few things that may make RP even more relevant right now, since it could just be coincidence. Of course, I am not being told things from within, other than what can be divulged to me. However, other clues have surfaced, but due to the fact he is officially being investigated for obtaining DNA there is little point in discussing these other clues, since, once again, they might just be coincidence. But if it turns out to be him, then a lot will be presented and much will fall into place.

It is no secret I have long wanted this case off my back. I have hopes that it is only a week or so away. If not him, I am sure it is one of those in the nest I uncovered. So then many more names will be turned in. With a direct line now to some of the best cold case guys out there, everything will be processed quickly and efficiently. I have a feeling, however, that this will not be necessary.

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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.

Vallejo Today– ZODIAC Sites

I had a reason to be in Vallejo a couple of days ago and decided to stop by a couple of the ZODIAC sites to see how they stand today. Lots of tree trimming going on Lake Herman Road. The turnout is basically being used as a dump. The old “No trespassing” sign with the Zodiac symbol painted on it by some enthusiast has been replaced by a new one with no symbol (yet) painted thereon.

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To me this isn’t a big deal. There are Jack the Ripper tours in London to this day. If someone wants to mark a famous attack spot in one of the most documented crime sprees in American history, that’s the way of it. It reminds me of the kids in The Great Race scribbling on Professor Fate’s gate: “Fate Loves Fate.” There’s always going to be pranksters. You can’t put a fig leaf on a statue and say something isn’t there.  The famous cases are unsolved and they need to be remembered.

What happened on Lake Herman Road on December 20, 1968, happened. You cannot condemn  people even for their most impeccable attributes– curiosity. The Zodiac Killer crimes were mentally intriguing, and his boasting provocative. It has inspired more than one generation to hunt him. History has happened here, and history isn’t always nice. But this is what happened and this is where it happened.

Columbus Parkway is a nightmare of traffic. It bears little resemblance to back in 1969, but the park is still relatively quiet. It has certainly lost its rustic atmosphere.

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I was in Vallejo for another reason, and the hopes I can find the strike point of NorCal Rapist. But no luck as yet. Many more cases need probing into. Let’s hope they do not go unsolved and come to symbolized diabolical mystery and the ingenuity of dark minds.

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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.

The Babalon Working

I call the above type of flying saucer the most clearly photographed saucer there is. It is the truth. There is more than one picture of the same domed saucer. It was photographed over South Africa, Germany, sketched while it sat on a beach in Australia, and snapped over Corsica. It was definitely in operation over 2 decades. But I have my doubts it is “alien.”

Within the fringes of the occult there was a group of rocket scientists and avionics pioneers.  John Whiteside Parsons was one of them. He was considered quite brilliant until he blew himself up by accident in Pasadena. He engaged in a witching experiment in 1946 called The Babalon Working. According to the beliefs of occult members, its purpose was to produce a moonchild or homunculus– “a synthetic” human who would impart magical powers to its creator. Officially, he was supposedly incanting the goddess Babalon, and she would give him wisdom.

It sounds far out, I know. But Parsons deeply believed in ritual magic and its powers. How it sounds to us is really not the issue. People act according to their beliefs and their convictions. When trying to unravel a mystery we must consider the possible motives of those who might be involved, not our reasons. It is a fact that Parsons was saturated by ritual magic and surrounded by other highly qualified aviation and rocket experts who were loosely a part of one of the lodges of the O.T.O. (Ordo Templi Orientis) or ephemeral to them.

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Others within the occult believed Parsons was treading in dangerous territory. Parsons’ “Working” disturbed even Aleister Crowley, who condemned Parsons and his associates as “louts” for trying to bring about what they were doing. In any case, The Babalon Working was completed over a protracted period of time in 1946. What it produced, we do not know. I for one doubt anything real, but it may have been enough to convince Parsons and his associates that something substantive happened. The belief in higher powers and dimensions, however, might need a little more help. One coincidence might have inspired them. It may have been considered a delayed answer: flying saucers.

Come forward now. The flying saucer phenomenon took the nation by storm in the summer of 1947. Parsons and his associates were interested in the phenomenon. Most people were. But there is a curious evolution. The original flying saucer reports described “lentils”– mere discuses whirling through the air. Nothing more. Within a couple of years there was the report of a saucer very different from this. It has

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become the model for our popular image of all flying saucers. It was about 20 feet in diameter that had a dome on top and a flat bottom.  It was seen more than once and photographed rather well over various locations on earth, as I note above. It didn’t vary. It was seen so clearly that two different grays of the metal it was made out of could be described. It was, in fact, 2 flattened cones. The lower, flatter disc was darker gray and spun around the central dome, which was a lighter metallic gray. There was a hole in the top of the dome.

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Corsica, 1971

 

This type of saucer appeared early enough in the phenomenon that it was mentioned by Donald E. Keyhoe in his 1949 True Magazine article, so it appeared pretty quickly on the scene after the discovery of flying saucers in 1947. This same saucer was later photographed near Darmstadt, Germany in August 1953, South Africa Summer of 1956, seen sitting on an Australian beach in July 1965, and off Corsica in 1971. It liked to fly in summer. It was thus active for about 20 years in summer and no more.

Canadian scientist and electrical engineer Wilbert Smith was also a devotee of the occult and later claimed telepathic communication with alien entities. His occult beliefs apparently grew out of his deep interest in the subject of saucers. But early on he approached them from a  purely scientific point of view. He discussed the possible energy source of flying saucers at length with Donald Keyhoe, basically describing the saucer as pictured above. He explained that the rotating disc could take in the energy of the Earth’s magnetic field through a magnetic sink in the dome.

It seems more than coincidence that Parsons and a few Cal Tech chums were heavily into both the occult and saucers, which the occult viewed as significant at the time. Parsons death is still shrouded in mystery, but somehow by accident he blew himself up in his lab in 1952 working on something.

Lo and behold by 1953 we have our first picture of the such a saucer as Smith described. The question is: Which came first– The chicken or the egg? Are we looking at the true flying saucer or are these disturbingly clear photographs of a domed saucer the product of a group of scientists in the occult who had the money and facility to put it to the test? In other words, are they a “Working,” not of ritual occult practices but of physical engineering? What would be their purpose?

It seems ludicrous, of course, to think they so succeeded and remained mum. Avro Canada tried to create a flying saucer but failed. But they were also using basic engineering and not a magnetic sink with a rotating disc.

My ultimate point is: this saucer looks manmade.

The search for its creators must start with those who had the ability and the inclination. There also had to be another motive for them than saying: “See, we can do it.” They never went public. There had to be an ulterior motive for designing this 20 foot disc and setting it aloft over a 20 year period. If it survived, where could it be parked today?

If I am right, this is the product of a different type of occult working than swishing about magical wands.

The hypothesis is that the saucer was manmade. How to test this hypothesis?

The Babalon Working is only a guidepost, directing us to and from a select group of scientists who believed deeply in magic and the occult “Great Ones” who could impart knowledge. The advent of flying saucers would have sent one or more of them to secret “workings” to try and uncover this power for themselves.

Fundamentalists would have us believe that such men were really in communication with evil entities– demons– but those of a more secular leaning are still faced with trying to explain why a group of men– occult adherents– would create a flying saucer on the principles which Wilbert Smith described, fly it about for 20 years, and not go public about it.  Both must face explaining an ulterior motive to the creators, and it seems that looking into the occult is the starting point to answer this question.

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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.

A Summer Triangle

Just an update for you all– June 12 is the street date for my second installment in my Bermuda Triangle trilogy. It is 280 pages. It will be out in hardcover and paperback. It has 8 pages of photos and many, many illustrations. Much is refined and discussed. There are many new cases. Trends are noted, even locations where certain types of disappearances seem to predominate.

Those along the Gulf Coast I find intriguing. They occur along a track line almost reminiscent of something out of JAWS indicating the feeding path of a large creature– but in this case a track line for a phenomenon. Since the What’s Left? in 2003 a number of derelicts have happened here which suggest very much the unusual– murder by drug runners perhaps, but there are still unusual elements to them.

For instance, the case of the What’s Left? is hard to put together. The hydrosport had drifted close to 400 miles in order to beach off Cape Canaveral. But how did it get so far into the Florida Straits to do so? The throttle was found fully engaged. This is one possibility, but it doesn’t seem it was helmed. Inside the cabin was the dead body of the owner, Gary Lisk. He had apparently been dead for the two weeks the boat had drifted. Somehow the boat had capsized and drifted that way. It was never spotted by as massive Coast Guard search.

Moreover, Lisk’s spine had been transected, something which could not have happened from merely capsizing. One shoe was on, the other off. No sign was ever found of his passengers– Neil Eddleman and his son, Neil Jr.

This has become quite a mystery in south Florida. They were supposed to have been cruising along to the wreck of the California for diving in late October 2003.  Then the boat vanished. A Coast Guard search found nothing. Then two weeks later the What’s Left? turns up capsized and beached at Cape Canaveral, with Lisk’s body inside, throttles fully engaged. It apparently had drifted that way, and because of its aquamarine colored bottom had gone unnoticed in a search.

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Beached at Cape Canaveral

 

So what is the scenario that best fits? It seems that whatever happened did so when Lisk was below. It equally seems it caught him while taking his shoes off. It wiped off the deck Neil Sr. and Jr. and flung the boat around and killed Lisk inside . . .but no, that doesn’t seem to fit. The transected spine. The throttles fully engaged.

It seems as if the What’s Left? was fleeing something. If so, why was Lisk below and where were the Eddlemans? How did he get a transected spine?

This and other mysteries along here are just a few within the 21st century Triangle. Derelicts found in the Bahamas or off Florida’s east coast are found shipshape. Those found further out in the Atlantic in the Sargasso Sea or east of the Windwards and Leewards are found a shambles. It is time to start regionalizing the mysteries.

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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– Too Hot to Talk About

I know I have not updated the blog for a while, but with a book release coming up (June 12) I have been slammed.  I have not updated on EAR as well for sometime. Much is going on, and though this may sound like a tease it is too hot to talk about.

Let me just touch on some of the motivation behind it all. I can deduce a few things: there is no suspect. The nationwide press conference a year or so ago did not bring in any viable suspect. Going over the old list of suspects did not cause any of them to be refined.

Yet it’s not being left there. I know that LE is very proactive and not just processing as tips come in.

Now as to the motivation: “The real life Michael Myers.” Nothing has conceptualized EAR as well as this. For someone as lousy at publicity as I am, it is amazing that I’m the one who chose the simile.  It succeeded. Every official investigator has probably been struck by the same reaction: this guy was unreal. More than one has read either Crompton’s book, my website, or the massive files on EAR/ONS, and then locked his doors and windows. I have received “official compliments” for my own work.

EAR/ONS was unnatural and unreal, but he was all too real. The hunt is on right now to scour Haddonfield and find him. Even if the dragnet fails, it will yield valuable clues. These clues will underscore what so many already accept: that EAR was that premeditative and careful. But it will also inspire a helpful direction. The dragnet will be widened and this will also open up some doors to pursue those who don’t seem like they are the usual suspects.

Let’s face it, we love to hate a villain. But there’s really only been a few worthy of world hatred– Jack the Ripper and Zodiac, to name a couple. Now EAR joins their rank as a villain we love to hate. Everybody who has tracked his bloody trail has smacked their lips in anticipation to nail this bizarre manifestation of night stalking.

Something like this doesn’t die off.

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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.