posted on Mar, 31 2020 @ 03:13 PM
Welcome back to cake's-screw it i'm done with titles due to coronavirus, some may be aware of this story, some may not.
I have covered incidents of mysterious people such as Kasper Hauser and Count of St. Germain, now it's time to end the trilogy...or is it?
Here's the story. In 1948 a body of a recently deceased man washed ashore on a beach in South Australia, looking quite dapper for a corpse, as you
will see below.
he was well dressed in a suit, suggesting he was a white collar worker, however whom he worked for or his position remains unknown. But apparently his
name was Tamam shud, as his pocket was found to hold a
Inside they found a piece of paper rolled tightly, bearing the words "Tamam Shud". This phrase appears at the end of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam,
an 11th century book of Persian poems.
And when translated, the words mean "the end", or "finished".
it appears-in my eyes-to be an encryption (duh), take a look at the image below and you'll see what i mean
Now we go NCIS (given he was found on the beach)
The letters couldn't be decoded, but the telephone number led police to the doorstep of a young nurse.
Did she know who the Somerton Man was?
Despite now being buried, a plaster cast of the Somerton Man's body had been made. When the nurse was asked to identify it, she looked like she was
going to faint.
But she denied ever knowing the man.
hmmm...there are many interesting theories, my theory is that he was a spy-but let's introduce some comedy
courtesy of buzzfeed
An unidentified man found dead on an Australian beach has baffled investigators for decades. A new DNA analysis links the “Somerton Man” to Thomas
Jefferson and Native Americans.
that's buzzfeed for ya, i'm surprised they didn't throw aliens into the mix. He does have living descendants, but even they don't know who he was
or what he was up to, so your guess is as good as mine. A spy? A con artist? Let me know what you think (just don't go all buzzfeed.)