CCTV Evidence of Main Suspect from Paris Incident Surfaces

Posted: May 14, 2016 in Uncategorized
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Yesterday I was sent a link via Twitter and also some images that immediately got my attention.

The link was to this new piece of evidence, it allegedly shows the main suspect in a lift in the Pitie Salpetriere Hospital in Paris:

But I think what interests just as much is this image that this person referred to in their Tweet:

 

The link to the Tweet in the second image was dated November 2014:

Mark Collins Tweet

Is this another clue or another dead end or something else? I’m not sure but we can see the suspect holding the device that was allegedly found in the mortuary of the hospital.

The last Tweet that Mark Collins sent was on the 19th of January this year, since then silence. That in itself is also a mystery as this was a man who wrote several reports over the period of 12 months about these two incidents – reports that spread across the world.

The quality of this CCTV footage is consistent with an earlier image posted by this person on their blog which would suggest that it is a still from this footage.

I’m still pondering whether this is in fact the disclosure, albeit slowly, of a paranormal event and that the files, as suggested, are heavily encrypted. What now makes this even more puzzling is the apparent connection between the images posted by Mark Collins and this footage. To suggest that an individual or group would go out to create footage to replicate earlier images in order to make them fit some form of conspiracy does, at least to me, seems a very strange thing to do.

Colin Hall

@colinzhall

 

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