Friday, January 29, 2010

M6 Crash Report -Witheld CCTV Evidence could Prove Paranormal Activity

CCTV footage could hold the key to the ongoing mystery surrounding the recent crash on the M6.

One anonymous source closely involved in the investigation has revealed that roadside CCTV footage recorded immediately before and after the crash clearly shows three separate incidents that are proving impossible to explain.

Until now all the supporting evidence
has been continually dismissed by the authorities as they strenuously deny anything paranormal was reported at the scene. However the 'appearance' of this new evidence comes at a time when sources close to the investigation are indicating that there is now little they can do to provide a valid explanation for certain happenings that led up to and immediately after the crash.

The CCTV footage has been compiled from cameras on both the north and southbound carriageways and allegedly shows that moments before the crash a single light appeared to cut across the southbound carriageway after which the three vehicles at the front of the crash seem to lose control. Next there appears to be a distortion in the footage immediately after the crash that is isolated to an area just by the original light source. Finally there is also a point in the footage at which two people seem to 'appear' on the grass verge after the crash.

Whilst the light source was reported earlier, it was always thought that this was caused by a fault with the camera and not as a result of anything suspicious.

The anonymous source has claimed that a copy of the footage has been made by the investigation team and sent to another police department based in London - although the reasons for this are unclear.

Further speculation about the accuracy and motives behind the 1of26 blog are being scrutinised by the investigation team with the anonymous source claiming it could be being used to discredit any final report published into the accident.

Again, no one from the investigation team has been willing to officially go on the record to either deny or confirm anything about the alleged CCTV footage.

Investigations into the 10f26 diary are continuing.

Mark Collins
Freelance Journalist

(c) 2010 Mark Collins 

Thursday, January 14, 2010

M6 Crash Report Latest - Alien Abduction Could Explain Cause

Further evidence uncovered about the recent M6 crash now suggests that alien abduction is being considered as the only possible explanation for some of the events leading to pile up.

An anonymous source close to the investigation has revealed further evidence that has left the team stalling on going public with the report due to the sensitive nature of the interim conclusions.

Whilst no one in the investigation team is prepared to go public, rumours have persisted from the start of some form of paranormal activity with the vehicles at the front of the crash being subject to the majority of focus.

Vigorous forensic examination of these vehicles has still produced no blood or other human tissue normally found in vehicles involved in an accident of this type. Electronic information from the three vehicles, two cars and one truck, seem to show that about thirty seconds prior to the point of impact they apparently ceased to work. Mechanical failure on this scale in three vehicles at the same exact point would carry odds of billions to one and has been all but ruled out.

Further examinations of the tachometer and electronic systems in the cars show there was no apparent mechanical anomalies right up to the point of impact.

The focus of the investigation has now apparently turned to the CCTV footage along that stretch of the M6. According to the source this clearly shows up to six occupants in the vehicles about one mile before impact but then footage from just before the impact seems to show all three vehicles are empty.

Investigations into the 10f26 diary are continuing.

Mark Collins
Freelance Journalist

(c) 2010 Mark Collins

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

M6 Crash Report - Paranormal Activity Cited as Possible Cause

A leaked report into the recent crash on the southbound carriageway of the M6 just outside Birmingham shows that the investigation team are struggling to provide credible explanations for some of the circumstances surrounding the incident.

The pile up involved seventeen vehicles, including three trucks but miraculously no one was killed although several people were taken to hospital for minor injuries.

One anonymous source closely involved with the investigation said there are three specific areas they are finding increasingly difficult to explain; the tachometer readings of one of the the trucks, the CCTV footage taken at the time of the crash and also the lack of physical evidence to show drivers were present in three of the vehicles.

Details remain closely guarded but it is understood the tachometer readings clearly show that the truck's speed reduced dramatically about one minute before the accident. The CCTV footage is alleged to show a thin white line across the southbound carriageway, again timed at about one minute prior to the crash.

No one from the crash investigation team is willing to go on the record to either confirm or deny these reports and it is understood that the entire investigation has now been turned over to another police department based in London; although again, no one would confirm of deny this.

Investigations into the 10f26 diary are continuing.

Mark Collins
Freelance Journalist

(c) Mark Collins 2010