Thursday, August 27, 2015

Mysterious Deaths, Microbiology, and Viruses

Yep, another one for Mysterious Universe - suspicious deaths in the field of microbiology. Here's the opening 2 paragraphs...

"Last week I wrote an article on mysterious deaths associated with a UK company called Marconi Electronic Systems. Today MES exists as a component of BAE Systems Electronics Limited. Its work includes the development of futuristic weaponry, spy-satellite technology, and much more. As for those deaths, they occurred over a period of time that spanned the early 1970s to the early 1990s. It’s intriguing – but also disturbing – to note that something eerily similar began at the dawning of the 21st century. This time, however, the deaths were linked to the field of microbiology.

"From the final months of 2001 to mid-2005, numerous people employed in the elite field of microbiology – which is defined as the study of organisms that are too small to be seen with the naked eye, such as bacteria and viruses – died under circumstances that some within the media and government came to view as highly suspicious and deeply disturbing in nature. It would be impossible to list all of the deaths in a single article. However, a summary of a number of cases will let you see what was afoot."


  1. Hey Nick.your great!I like to listen to you on Coast to coast,and podcasts etc. while i'm taking late night walks in my neighborhood in Seattle.creeps me out .keep up the good work mate.Cant get enough.

  2. Have you read Dr. Mary's Monkey by Edward Haslam?i'm sure you case you didnt get a comment i just wrote(couldn't tell with my shite computer)mucho props on everything you do.your awesome!!