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The FBI says that Nashville suicide bomber Anthony Warner sent bizarre letters to people he knew claiming, among other things, that aliens and lizard people were on earth.
In briefing the media this week, FBI Special Agent Jason Pack said investigators are “aware the suspect sent materials which espoused his viewpoints to several acquaintances throughout the country.”
Warner parked an RV laden with explosives near an AT&T facility early Christmas morning and broadcasted a 15-minuted recorded warning for people in the area to leave. Several Metropolitan Nashville Police officers were hailed for their heroism in getting residents out of the area before the explosives detonated.
The FBI and police have not yet released a motive for Warner’s actions, and Pack did not reveal many details about the packages of materials and letters he sent.
That said, a friend of Warner said they contained some strange observations.
In an interview with WTVF, the friend said that he got a package from Warner on New Year’s Day that was actually postmarked Dec. 23. The package contained at least nine typed pages and a pair of thumb drives, all of which he turned over to the FBI.
And while the package did not have a return address, the man told WTVF he was sure it came from Warner.
“Hey Dude — You will never believe what I found in the park,” the letter begins.
“The knowledge I have gained is immeasurable. I now understand everything, and I mean everything from who/what we really are, to what the known universe really is,” the letter stated.
The letter was signed “Julio” — a name that friends of Warner said he used often when he sent them emails. The local outlet also reported that friends said Warner had a dog by that name as well.
In the letter, Warner asked his friend to watch videos he downloaded to the thumb drives. He also wrote about conspiracies surrounding the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, in which he ended with, “The moon landing and 9-11 have so many anomalies they are hard to count.”
He later wrote that “September 2011 was supposed to be the end game for the planet” because he believed that alien beings would begin to attack earth. Warner also claimed that the establishment media was covering up the attacks.
Warner’s screed also veered into the bizarre, writing about lizard people and reptilians he said are in control of the planet and had managed to change human DNA.
“They put a switch into the human brain so they could walk among us and appear human,” he wrote.
In all, Warner discussed several outlandish conspiracies but he did not mention AT&T or anything that might suggest a motive for his bombing.
That said, he did write at length about “perception.”
“Everything is an illusion,” he wrote, adding that “there is no such thing as death.”
WTVF reported that editors made the decision not to publish the letters but rather to provide summaries of what is in them to “provide a better understanding into his state of mind.” The station also said that officials had contacted the FBI about the letters.
Special Agent Pack, in a statement to the outlet, noted the FBI is aware of them and asked that anyone else who may have gotten something from Warner contact the bureau.
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