posted on Feb, 26 2012 @ 02:53 AM
Since this is a conspiracy web forum, allow me to interject a conspiracy slant to this...
You say there is a pink mustang parked in your driveway, not in front of your house on a public street, but in your driveway?
Are you married or do you have teenage children who are of dating age? Have you checked all the closets and underneath all the beds? If there is no
possibility that some hanky-panky is going on in your home (without your knowledge), then move to step two:
Is one of your neighbors married? Would you think any of them would have potential "flings" park in your driveway to keep suspicion down, and would
you normally be gone during or near the time the vehicle was in your driveway? If so, then you may have a neighbor who has a "fling" and is telling
their "fling" to park in your driveway because they think you won't be home, and hence will not care.
I recommend purchasing an indoor video camera (costs about $80), but actually mounting it outside your home under a roof or on your porch or
something. You can wire it into a monitor or directly into a DVR or computer, so that you can record the video (this is how I watch my rural driveway
and know everyone who comes and goes - including when it is an unwanted guest). Have the thing watch your driveway and find out who this clown is and
where they are visiting, then take action after gathering the proper information.
Even if it is just some doofus parking in your driveway and it is completely harmless, you may just get a kick out of the video surveillance. For
example, just this past fall I watched the State Police come up my driveway (which is actually a private road with three houses on it), block off the
road (only God knows why), and then go from house to house knocking on the doors. Naturally, knowing it was the government coming I ignored the knock
when they came to my house. It turns out they just wanted to tell me and my neighbors someone went on a mailbox bashing spree (which I got on video
and later presented to them, btw), but it was totally hilarious to sit in my home and watch the dynamic duo on camera, especially watching them clean
the bottoms of their shoes on the tires of their police cruiser.
So you see, you don't need to do anything elaborate... If someone is parking in your driveway just wire up a camera (a perfectly legitimate and sane
thing to do) and then get yourself a dog (again, not very weird), and sit back and enjoy the show! Big Brother ain't so bad, so long as you are the
one sitting behind the camera.