posted on May, 16 2009 @ 05:19 AM
Now, I have finally read the entire
Great story! Very compelling and not far-fetched at all.
What speaks against this being a fraud is the time taken to write it. I find that more far-fetched than the idea of a "MK-Ultra" type camp near
Indian Lake. Such camps did exist, that is a given fact.
If one would make such an elaborate hoax over this...seems like sort of an over kill.
Why did it end so abrubtly?
For you who would like to consider this a sign of the author being "taken care of": don't you think the first
thing to do would be closing
And also; at some point in the early part of the blog, he mentions that he has separated from his wife and moved away to start a new life.
Later on, however, he says that he must give more time to his wife and family...
I might be wrong at this, and I am sorry for not posting a direct link to these quotes, but the blog is pretty massive and I just don't feel like
doing the effort, sorry.
Yet, I clearly remember getting a bit surprised over these contradictions. I mean, this is a blog about ILP, but if he had been re-married, I guess it
is more than natural to give it at least a few words...
So, frankly, I don't know what to make of it.
Neat read anyhow.