Friday, November 3, 2017

NEVER FORGET: 11 Microbiologists Mysteriously Died in 2002

9/11 Anthrax
9/11 Anthrax
Eleven prominent microbiologists were murdered, or died under "mysterious circumstances," between 2001 and 2002.  Most worked in programs involving bio-terrorism, weapons-grade biological experimentation, or defense against bio-terrorist war tactics.  The 11 mysterious deaths began just over a month after "elements of" the US government conducted 9/11.
Five microbiologists died between November and December, 2002: Benito Que, Don Wiley, Vladmir Pasechnik, Robert M. Schwartz, and Set Van Nguyen.  Of these, those that weren't murdered died under "mysterious circumstances."
The sixth microbiologist, Dr. Robert M. Schwartz, was killed by "vampires" who supposedly drank his blood in a crime allegedly orchestrated by his own daughter.  Kyle Hulbert, 18 of Millersville, MD, said he was "given permission" to murder by three creatures named Ordog, Sabba, and Nicodemus1.  (Coincidentally, an implantable tooth which picks up radio signals then silently broadcasts them to the user through the jawbone was on display from June to November, 2002, at the Science Museum in London, as part of the "Future Product" program -- a joint effort with the Royal College of Art.)
In February of 2002, Dr. Victor Korshunov was found bludgeoned to death outside his home in Russia.  Five days later, Dr. Ian Langford was found wedged under a chair in Norwich, naked from the waist down.  On the 28th, 38-year-old microbiologist Guyang (Matthew) Huang allegedly posed as a pizza delivery man and shot fellow microbiologist, Tanya Holzmayer, seven times when she answered her door.  He then "committed suicide" on her front porch -- allegedly.
In March of 2002, astrobiologist David Wynn-Williams was hit by a car while jogging.  The next day, a noted expert in bio-terrorism, "Dr. Flu" Steven Mostow, was killed when the plane he was piloting crashed in Denver.

We're guessing the "official story" would call this a conspiracy... theory.
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1:  There was a spate of "vampire" killings in the 1990s -- particularly in the Southern United States --  all of which were blamed on White Wolf's LARP, "Vampire: The Masquerade," and marijuana use.  Thankfully, the Satanic Panic of the 1980s was winding down, and the "vampire killings" remained limited to a handful of media spectacles.  As in similarly media-fueled cases, no causal link between the game -- or marijuana use -- exists.
© The Weirding, 2017

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