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Dead Man Identified As "Alien Hybrid" by family

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posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 07:11 PM
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originally posted by: NightSkyeB4Dawn
a reply to: Char-Lee






Dawn VadBunker 


Dawn(D-Bunker) lol




Wasn't she the one that was adopted at 37 years of age?

Why would you adopted a 37 year old?




No idea. The only possible reason I can think of would be so that 'child' can gain citizenship or something similar.




posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 07:12 PM
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originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance
Everyone knows the only amphibious vehicle worth owning is the Volkswagen Schwimmenwagen...


If it doesn't have oars and a fold-out propeller, it's a waste of money.


Oh man I WANT that!


Why does the girlfriend have a defense attorney and why didn't she take the $230,000?



posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 07:38 PM
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a reply to: MoreBeer

probably grossly exaggerated "suv that drives underwater" and much more likely an SUV with an engine air snorkel.

Like these:




Some eyecatching factoids from news story:

$5 MILLION worth of guns? (i guess 1,200 rifles x $800-3000 per rifle depending?)

TONS of ammo? Multiple storage facilities?

(I've prepped little due to cost, and I'm a well paid physician. this amount of prepping is not affordable on less than $500k income per year x years!).

Maybe he is a well funded alien?? lol.


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posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 07:39 PM
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This story is so fake...the guy was disturbed so he amassed an arsenal to defend against perceived threats to himself that probably did not exist. If he truly had a car that could go underwater it was probably also an impulse buy by a delusional family. Unless they do genetic testing this story holds no weight



posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 07:43 PM
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originally posted by: Illumina233
This story is so fake...the guy was disturbed so he amassed an arsenal to defend against perceived threats to himself that probably did not exist. If he truly had a car that could go underwater it was probably also an impulse buy by a delusional family. Unless they do genetic testing this story holds no weight

Yeah, well see, the thing is, the story does 'hold weight'. It's been all over the various media outlets, along with numerous photos and video. The guy may not have been the super spy he apparently claimed to be, but everything else about this story is quite real.



posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 07:58 PM
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Oh yes! Another story which makes oh so much sense the more you think on it or look at the supposed facts.

It could be the guy just upped and kicked after a night of partying and to much trippy juice so they left him there and took off on a vacation.

Or it could be he really does work for the governments and is making bank and is a secret agent and such, would explain all the things and cash he has lying around. I mean you would likely find out more by looking at his records and finding out just exactly what he does, would be kind of weird if you find out he is supposedly a shoe salesman but lives in a multi million dollar house and has all these expensive things just laying around, oh ya that would be just like our governments to screw up and half ass a backstory for there hitmen or economic hitmen.

It happens all the time really, its like they got an army of writers on the call to make these things up, and all of them just suck at writing things up, so this hybrid working for the governments well it would be almost believable if it were not so silly. Its just not silly enough to be believable is what I am saying.

But anyways looking up his paper trail past and what he does and were he was born and all that. Well that would make to much sense so lets not do that.

Or maybe this whole thing is a troll story. Not that hard to completely fabricate whole stories and get people to believe them on the internet or other social medias. Or maybe the whole thing is just so much more half assed speculations and nonesense.

Oh well! Chock it up to one of those things which the more facts come out the less sense it makes if you bother to take 10 seconds and really think about it, and as we know for most people 10 seconds is 10 seconds to much, which is why we got media people taking those 10 seconds and doing that for them, a lot less of a inconvenience.

Oh ya! You get a lot of those things here on this site, and in general, and everywhere else really. Stories that make perfect nonsense. So ya! Lets just take it at face value as more of that and mozzy on along now.
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posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 07:59 PM
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I think it should read, "Dead man identified as alien hybrid by family seeking reality tv show..."



posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 08:04 PM
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a reply to: Vroomfondel
Would be a catchy TV show. Though it would be hard for him to pull it off on account as hes is, well you know dead, kind of stiff and very decomposed it seems since he has been in that van for a while before they found him.

Who knows! Maybe its the pitch and really just a viral advertisement for some sort of crazy and new show in the works and they are wanting to see how many would be hooked to this premise. Stranger things have happened.



posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 08:08 PM
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originally posted by: StoutBroux

originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance
Everyone knows the only amphibious vehicle worth owning is the Volkswagen Schwimmenwagen...


If it doesn't have oars and a fold-out propeller, it's a waste of money.


Oh man I WANT that!


Why does the girlfriend have a defense attorney and why didn't she take the $230,000?

According to several articles, she said she didn't know it was even there.



posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 08:35 PM
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a reply to: AdmireTheDistance
That part! Well that part makes perfect sense. I mean! If she knew, or anybody else knew it was there. Well then it would not likely be there now for the police to find. Now wouldn't it? Most people would not just leave tons of cash just lying around if they ran into it.

That is the least of the things which make no sense about this story. That is so strange that it just may not be fictitious, as only fiction has to make sense, in real life things are more strange and just plain more random. In real life its quite possible even probable that you would walk by things like that day in and day out for over 17 years, without even noticing it or knowing its there. Since that is just strange then it must be not a lie as well...

Or who knows, things may be even more fictitious then that. Maybe there was originally instead of 250k just laying around there was 725K and well...Magic presto, less questions asked and more believable that this was not anything to nefarious. Kind of like when you get caught at the store stealing candy, so out of the 10 candy bars you have about your person you pull out 2 then they let you go on your way. So many variables if this was some bizarre murder, and just as many that all of this is just one big makebelieve joke on people and some story a bunch of 15 yr old kids cooked up to troll the internet noobs.

Hey here is one fictitious theory. Since he was a hybrid and on the payroll and like he supposedly told his girlfriends they would clean things up if anything happened to him. Well! Maybe just maybe, the agents who were supposed to do the whole MIB thing and clean up the place stopped by to watch a movie while they were on there way, then went on a extended lunch break, and when they got there. lo and behold the media beat them to the punch and scene.

# happens even for the MIB ya know.
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posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 08:46 PM
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I find it hilarious how people are pointlessly debating the individuals sanity. Sanity is not the question here.

What you should be asking yourselves is how did he acquire that amount of money to purchase all of the weaponry and vehicles. That is absolutely irregular. Sane or not, the individual was involved in a very lucrative trade to be able to cache all those items, let alone storage for said items. CLEARLY something VERY out of the ordinary was here and all the ignorant sheeples who wave off everything as "insane" are simply trying to red herring the entire subject at hand.

Facts: The guy had an extensive armory. The guy had a ton of money and resources.

How did he obtain these resources, who did he work for and why did he die. Breathing problems? Sounds like poisoning to me.

I'm so sick of seeing you mindless sheeples easily wave away anything that doesn't seem right to you as a problem with an individuals sanity. Case and point, you cannot prove that he wasn't and alien hybrid trying to save the earth and more importantly, regardless of that statement - you mindlessly ignore the fact that whatever business this man was involved in was very lucrative and clearly he had some very powerful allies to stock pile that much ammunition and weaponry without popping up on some watch list and getting raided by the ATF. This is California we're talking about and California is about as nazi as it gets when it comes to gun control in the US. He should of been in jail, not dead in a car with that much weaponry.

Continue being ignorant, sheeples. Your points prove nothing.
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posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 09:17 PM
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The more I search my memory, I remember this guy in LA. I was talking to kids about this, aliens and whatever, and that the topic came up where one kid said he knew these guys who were part alien. Yeah. In spirit, he has a spirit of an alien/extraterrestrial inside him, and he lived with it for a long time, so, in other words, he was possessed by a demon and lived with it. He served it while it was inside him, because he was so dehumanized by his lifestyle. So if he said he was a hybrid, that's being nice, he must have forgotten he was human a while ago.

Considering the varieties of aliens/demons/whatever you call them, yes there are people who act purposely for that idea in their spirit. Tell that to the doctor, you'll get some trouble and a record, what a stigma for conspiracy theorists and ufologists, the psychs that story-chase. Considering that, you notice how he had a medical scrutiny record? He probably was very open about that to a doctor. USA likes to keep the alien stories at Area 51, not at home.



posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 09:30 PM
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My, my, my...

I think before one gets too excited keep in mind that we don't know if the body in the car is really that of Jeff Lash, aka Bob, aka ??? , etc. After 2 weeks in a hot car there probably wasn't much left of who ever it was but clothes, bones, and goo.

The secret agent angle has been a favorite tool of con men for a long, long time. Especially men who prey on women's money and to hide out anonymously in residences with no paper trail as well as bigamists. ATS'ers should be well aware that the UFO and other paranormal areas of interest are chock full of con artists of varying degrees. Very handy to invoke any special status or powers that will cut off any further questioning or induce a suspension of disbelief.

$230k is not a large sum in the game of insurance fraud (or worse) and, legitimately, might be the amount you'd get from the sale of very small house in SoCal.

Avoiding going to the emergency room or calling 911 is a common behavior of people who do not want to be positively identified.

Stay tuned but don't get too excited. There is a lot of room in this story to have it turn out more seedy than spectacular.



posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 09:58 PM
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Already under discussion here - Mystery of dead man and his 1 200 guns deepens.

oletimer posted about this aspect of the case on July 23 - link
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posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 10:14 PM
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So in regards to this story and this thread....

What have we deduced so far?

hoax or not? possible explanations...

This kinda reminds me of the creepy SLC daycare thread!



posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 10:19 PM
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originally posted by: NightSkyeB4Dawn
a reply to: Char-Lee






Dawn VadBunker 
Dawn(D-Bunker) lol

Wasn't she the one that was adopted at 37 years of age?

Why would you adopted a 37 year old?

She went missing the 4th of July so before that she lived in oxnard with her parents and worked for Lashes fiancee as personal assistant and we know she went off to Oregon with her after his death, so I don't get adopted was that in the OP link?
ktla.com...

Interesting



Anderson said that Lash, the son of a microbiologist, was set to follow in his father's footsteps and enrolled at UCLA in the 1980s to study to be a scientist.
However, he dropped out, and not much is known of his life after that
www.dailymail.co.uk... dead-man-alien-secret-agent-sent-save-human-race.html



posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 10:34 PM
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a reply to: Swills

But CAN it drive underwater? Has anyone driven it yet, or will the 'top men' take it?



posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 10:44 PM
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a reply to: combatmaster
Obviously the only thing we can take form this story is that 7 tons of ammunition and 1,200 guns are quite a handful to store. Most especially in a area were $360,000 would get you a two bedroom 890 square feet house. Basically in one room you can have your bed and essentials, in the other maybe you could store the 7 tons of ammunitions and 1,200 guns. But its not likely, you may have to fit a few in the bathroom as well, put that magnum next to the toothbrush because there is no room for it in the other room.

Besides I think last year there was a story like this, one guy went nutty and his whole sumfull collection of arms got taken in, he was turned in by his wife also because he was starting to talk crazy talk, more so then usual. And he to also had a few double digit thousands worth in small arms in his place as well, and was by most people standards a very rich man, actually was a mayor or some sort of politician i think, but not sure as the story was from last year or so.

Actually it happens at least once a year it seems, but these stories come and go like the wind. Which is the other thing we can take from this thing, these crazy nutters seem to be loaded in cash to even afford a quarter of the things they have.

Oh and there are a few other details but why bother with any of that. Right?



posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 11:11 PM
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a reply to: Bloodydagger

I heard this announced on Coast to Coast AM the other night. It really made me scratch my head. Certainly the most intriguing story as of late. Apparently there has been a lot of shady activity going on around Los Angeles that has not been reported. I heard a few open line calls talking about military shut downs around LA last weekend.

I get the impression that something clandestine went sour. Really sour. And this wife/lady involved has now cooked up this alien story with their lawyer, perhaps to help with claiming insanity in the near future. I am not sure. Or some sort of PsyOps, I really don't know. I was going to bring it up on the other threads about this story, but it deserves its own! LOL



posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 11:17 PM
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Well one things for sure, the cops will seize the money, guns, vehicles and ammo under suspicion of the whole thing being drug related and will never have to give it back.



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