I know most of our readers haven't stepped foot in a shopping mall since that giant computer electronics chain (hint: rhymes with Cricket City) had its liquidation sale, but this post is relevant to you regardless. We've received security cam footage from a close source, showing Sean Walker running up an emergency stairwell at a mall in Pennsville, New Jersey along with unconfirmed reports of a possible WMD attack.
Whoever thinks TruthSeeker is strictly an American phenomenon is greatly mistaken. Ever since Glasnost, we have had a regular following in Russia and the former Soviet Republics.
As all of our loyal readers know, there has been a significant spike in suspicious activity around the country lately -- from subway shutdowns and building implosions in D.C. to mysterious jet footage in Coral Gables, Florida.
I'll leave the statistical analysis and standard deviation calculations to our resident stat-freaks (referring to you, alph@kllr!). But things have been relatively quiet from California.
Here we go again, folks! Spring is right around the corner. Winter snow is finally melting. Birds are on their annual migration north. And... terrorists are targeting our nuclear facilities.
I was taking a nap this morning when I heard the alarm for my encrypted dropbox go off.
Hey, minions. I have to admit... filtering through police reports is probably more tedious than cable access fishing re-runs, but it's something that we do here at Seeker Central to stay informed. It's a lot like those SETI processors around the globe, constantly processing, checking, hoping for that needle in a haystack moment.
I'm not one to pat myself on the back, but perhaps that barb in my last post motivated someone over at Senator Lewis's office to help us out. I received the attached video, which I can only presume is declassified surveillance footage from the Mt. Inostranka Detention Facility in Alaska's Brooks Mountain Range. (Then again, it could be a landfill in Saskatchewan.) Only time will tell.
At the very least, I hope this new pipeline of information sharing will continue...