Want to know what I got for my birthday?

5/20/2017

Want to know what I  got for my birthday?

I couldn’t tell you before because up until now, it had to remain a secret. But now, since certain papers were signed and permissions were given …and since we know how our Columbus and beyond killers love to plant clues and play with puzzles and ciphers…here’s a few for them to wrap their little heads around!

Ready?

When is a rose not a rose?

Answer?

When it’s a grave marker?

Now, let’s try another!

When is a car not just a car?

Answer?

When it’s used to abduct potential victims.

Now, let’s try an even better one!!

When is a photo not just a photo?

Answer?

When it becomes a form of positive identification!! Happy New Year! (That’s a clue!)

Don’t you just love playing this game?

They have…since 1945, for one of them and up and through 2017 for another. Now here’s a bonus question. It won’t get you any points because technically–you’ve already lost. But here goes anyway.

Do you know what the world loves about sociopaths?

Answer?

They are never as smart as their ego’s tell them they are! So, shall I send you a copy of the book and you can find out what else we know?*

It’s no problem, really.

We have your address!

LORDS OF THE HARVEST: A TRUE CRIME INVESTIGATIVE MEMOIR by T.A. Powell

Available on Amazon.com today, with updated information and evidence!

(*All case file information and evidence have been turned over to the appropriate authorities in advance of the publication of this book.)

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