posted on Aug, 5 2008 @ 10:50 PM
The Manitoba Bus Beheading is beginning to show signs of mind control, simply because of the mysterious and facts and circumstances of the case.
In 2007, in Michigan, two teenagers beheaded an acquaintance. In the same year, a man named Stephen Grant beheaded his wife, in Michigan. In early
2008, in Saudi Arabia, an uncle beheaded his nephew in a grocery store. Within the last few days, in Greece, a man beheaded his girlfriend.
The one thing all of these have in common, other than beheading, is that the victim knew the killer(s).
You can't say the same about the Manitoba murder, at least not with the current information.
The randomness of the attack brings up questions, with which have not been fully answered.
Why did this man attack the victim? Why did he repeatedly stab the victim? Why did he proceed to behead him? These are questions that can't simply be
answered by claiming the man was crazy. There is more to it. Why is he crazy?
There appears to be no motive to this attack. That alone is not a sign of "mind control", but you have to factor in the other facts.
Why did the man show no remorse or emotion when committing the murder and beheading? Even the most "crazy" individual would show some emotion,
whether it be joy in what they are doing, anger due to something that may have provoked the attack, and of course disgust that they are actually
cutting off someone's head, because you have to have a strong stomach to take that.
The man remained on the bus, holding the victim's head, and told police "I have to stay on this bus forever." Why would he say that? The man ate
body parts. The man stored body parts in a plastic bag and put it in his pocket.
No matter how insane they are, if they are aware enough to commit an attack like this, they are enough in control of their own thoughts and emotions
that they couldn't possibly hold back showing those thoughts and emotions. Its just not possible for a person to do, especially in the act of doing
such a horrible thing.
I have researched mind control a little bit, and from what I know, this case just doesn't seem to fully add up. The other beheading cases, yes
they're disgusting, yes the killer(s) is/are clearly very disturbed individuals, but the cases do make sense and do show some sort of motive. And
although they are "disturbed", they still show they were in control of what they were doing.
But this man does not. I don't get the sense that he is in control of anything. I get the sense that he is under the influence of something, whether
it be major mind altering medications or some other technology/device that we do not know of. But in my personal opinion, this story has mind control
written all over it, and people should not write it off as a crazy theory.
Mind control exists. In what capacity and to what extent, that is up to you to decide. But this story shows the signs.