posted on Aug, 4 2012 @ 05:12 AM
Okay this is very interesting article from the web magazine The Wrap. My spider senses are tingling and I sense a truth hidden between two lies.
Dave Aragon is a some kind of MTV celebrity hosting Pimp My Ride show. I've watched it a few times over the years but in general not paid much
attention to it.
According to Aragon, Holmes reached out to him about the trailer for Aragon's upcoming film "The Suffocator of Sins," described by Aragon as a
"very sick and dark twist on the Batman movies."
D.Aragon is taking advantage of the tragic atrocity and high-jacking it to advertise his film using meme influence.
D.Aragon is speaking some truth to his association with J.Holmes.
“He would tell me what he really liked about the trailer. He kept pressing if I could give him more information on the story. He wanted to know
how many people Batman kills,” Aragon told Feldman. “He wanted to know if it was selective killing. Does he make a list of people he wants to
kill, or is it a mass body count?”
So he is presenting, as factual truth that Holmes had a growing obsession with killing other humans, which would lead us to suspect he would most
likely write about it to satisfy his intellect. The discovered note book sent by Holmes to the University could then be in fact a clue of truth. ?How
credible is Aragon. I do not know for sure but it seems suspect that he would suddenly announce this now. ?Had he just be biding his time so he could
promote his movie using Holme's actions as a driving force.
Aragon tells us that Holmes watched the trailer obsessively. If this is also to be taken as truth then in doing so could have empowered the morbid
thought he had for killing and murder.
?Was Holmes doing this intentionally using himself in a personal experiment of temporal illusions and self-induced hypnosis. It is a good question to
My curious mind also considers that Holmes must have had help from someone who knew his sickness and wanted to profit from the eventual
I have not yet watched the trailer but I sense a strong overtone of Nazi symbolic reference, not as in promotion of it in that kind of sense but, as a
representation of remembering the past horror of it all.
Anyway, that's my analysis reported for your scrutiny.
4-8-2012 by Tindalos2013 because: added link.
edit on 4-8-2012 by Tindalos2013 because: spelling.