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April 29, 2010
Dear Mr. Quayle,
First, I want to let you know how much I look forward to reading your website each day, and I enjoyed listening to you on Coast to Coast earlier this month.
I wanted to send you these pictures that I took last weekend. Maybe I’m being a bit paranoid but this seemed very peculiar. And now after having read I read the short piece “Info on False Flag June / July from CIA Source” on your website this could possibly be of interest.
On Sunday April 25th, 2010 I was traveling north on a little highway NC 16 about 30 miles north of Wilkesboro, NC. I saw what looked like a parking lot full of white vans and didn’t think much of it as I drove by. However, about an hour later on my way back it struck me as very odd so I decided to stop and look a little closer. This was originally a Christmas tree lot and the owner must have leased it to someone during the Christmas tree off-season for them to park all these vans. I did some quick counting while parked. There were 7 rows of 30 per row + 30 or 40 more not in the rows at the back and that’s how I came up with approximately 250 + vans!!! These vans were all the same, brand spanking new with the window stickers still on them and yellow numbers written in yellow grease pencil on the windshields. They were behind a fence so I couldn’t get any closer than this without climbing the fence. I wanted to climb the fence and get a VIN off one of them and find out who owned them but I had no idea who may be monitoring the lot. It was broad daylight and I didn’t want someone to come question me.
I got to thinking on my way home…. Why would there be 250 brand new vans with no tags parked out in the middle of nowhere?? Transporting a couple thousand people and gear without anyone noticing or becoming suspicious could be a possibility. I’m just having a hard time coming up with some “NORMAL” reason why all these brand new vans would be parked out in such a remote location.
Your thoughts? I look forward to hearing from you.
Originally posted by Korg Trinity
No conspiracy here. These are in holding pre registration.
Its a part of the normal process. when a car is manufactured it is held until called off when purchased.
If you notice there is no registration number plate yet...
Some so called new cars can in fact be years old... just sat somewhere waiting for somebody to buy them.
Hope this helps,
Please see thread here.