posted on Dec, 8 2017 @ 02:49 PM
I read with great interest all of the posts and some of the info I have to go over again. What struck me when I first heard about this site some years
back, as a friend of mine referenced it, was the fact that for all their numbers, it is quite difficult to verify them. Of course, projections is a
matter of interpretation. But given the lack of sourcing ....
So I figured that a few leads have not yet been followed up, so here goes nothing:
For instance the name: Gas Deagel. Well, I first had to think of LOTR: smeagol, deagol .... hmmm ..
But ... going to e-informa, that is the to goto site to find companies or self employed professionals: there is no entry for this name. Gas is not a
first name unless it is a short for Gaston ...
So, I thought I check the address. My first remark would be that the streetname given is not correct. In regular speech: Gran Via in Roses, everybody
knows what you mean. Talking to a guy from Barcelona, would mean confusion, as there also is a Gran Via, but then the Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes.
The additional Pau Cassals, or in Castellano: Pablo Cassals is a composer, violinist.
Either the entry in Icann is done by a local or somebody deliberately confusing the issue.
Finding an address, viamichelin.com comes in handy because it also gives you the numbering in a street. And housenumbering is, the more south you get
in Europe, the more problematic it becomes.
It shows the odd numbers are at the north side of the street. The South side will give you the even numbers. The hybrid map and the satellite map are
quite vague, so that doe snot help, but structures can be made out.
Here is where google maps comes into play.
It immediately gives the corner detached villa, but shows the entry to a garage, connected to that villa. Turning around my view is blocked by a
truck. Getting around the truck by clicking on the image, it shows a parking lot. That is usually the case when a plot is not in use for construction,
and has been left laid waste.
The imagery from Michelin corresponds with maps.
So, either the guy who registered the site was on the lot or working from a plot lying waste for the time being. ..... I could not help but feel a bit
like the NY cops looking for the address of the assassin in the movie: The International.
Another lead could be the site Registradores.org, as they hold the deeds to a plot of land and the construction that is on it. That may yield a name
Another lead is the telephone number. Reverse lookup did not yield any useful information other than than it is a landline, under administration of
Orange telecom. Whether it is an actual landline, a Telefonica landline, I am not sure.
Peculiar, that I can only tell you what is not there .... but perhaps that is an indication of things being off. For a site that puts in quite a
number of hours to maintain, update it's base data, with no clear businesscase or revenue model ..... one would almost be tempted to ponder the sheer
So, if someone has a burner .... try and call the number and see what happens.