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Originally posted by TheUltimateEnd
Lol, I swear people are doing my job it seems. Thanks, but anyways I'll upload picture.
Jake and Jimmy break into Robert Hawkins' house and discover many fake IDs. Jake demands that Hawkins tell him the truth, and Hawkins agrees, but warns Jake that he will regret it. Hawkins had been part of Project Red Bell, a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) team organized to recover 25 stolen Russian nuclear bombs from extremist groups. Hawkins had infiltrated his assigned terrorist group enough to obtain several of the bombs, but his handler, Sarah Mason, insisted on getting all of them. When the extremists learned of Project Red Bell, they moved up the date of their attack. Robert took his bomb (destined for Columbus, Ohio), alerted New York police about their bomb threat, and moved with his family to Jericho, as it was the designated "safe" fallback town. Jake tells Jimmy that Hawkins is an FBI agent and is to be trusted. Hawkins realizes that the government supervisor of Project Red Bell, Thomas Valente, was the same man who he saw in the previous episode.
Interesting to note Belarius's quote about Cadwal, from Shakespeare's play Cymbeline:
'Look, here he (Cadwal) comes,
And brings the dire occasion in his arms
Of what we blame him for.'
on google earth, at the top left, click the "fly to" tab, and copy/paste into there. btw, these> 51 29'51.05"N
0 8'45.43"W < co-ords are good
Cydweli (Kidwelly) is another example - land that belonged to a man called Cadwal. Previously Cydweli was not only the name of a town, but also of an area that stretched from the outskirts of Llanelli to Pensarn near Carmarthen.
In 1814 settlers Silas Thorla and Robert McKee noticed that deer were licking a spot on the ground, and figured that it might lead to a underground pool of salt brine. They drilled a well, lined with hollowed-out logs, looking for salt -- not oil. Oil, frankly, wasn't of much use to settlers in 1814. But livestock needed salt, and people needed it to preserve meat over the long winter months.
Thorla and Mckee drilled their well and did indeed find salt brine. But it was fouled with oil. The two men soaked the oil off of the surface of the brine with blankets, wringing it out as a nuisance. They later learned to wring it into bottles, which they sold as a digestive elixir named Seneca Oil (yum). By the time that oil really became valuable in America, Thorla and McKee were long dead.
This, then, by accident, is what the local chamber of commerce nowadays calls "the first oil well in America."
Here is another location associated with Cadwal. Maybe someone knows where this Cydweli or Kidwelly is?
Originally posted by conspiracyguru
I find it interesting however that TWO different OP's both deleted their posts of it? Is Someone scaring them into taking this Document down???
Originally posted by djzombie
Someone said last night that we are unlikely to get alot of people visiting a thread with post deleted in the title, can we get a mod to remove that from the title? or should we just start a new thread with the documents in the op?