January 13, 2014

Organized Harassment of Individuals (2)

Filed under: Uncategorized — admin @ 12:09 pm

I’ll continue here with the file that John called “Organized Harassment of Individuals.”  This part details a number of types of telephone harassment.  John also went into this subject in Chapter 17 of The Mothman Prophecies, “Even the Bedouins Hate Their Telephone Company”; his files are filled with puzzling phone calls, cryptic letters, hoaxes, disinformation, and miscommunications of all kinds.  One note: WBAB was the radio station that employed contactee Jaye Paro; Moseley is James Moseley, editor of Saucer Smear, and occasional Keel nemesis.






  1. Hi Doug. Very, very interesting information. I’ve always wondered (beyond what John wrote in MMPs) what exactly the weird telephone calls consisted of–now I have a definitive answer! Somewhere–long ago–I read of those poking into the JFK and RFK hits suffering similar phone attacks, and never thought of it again until I read MMPs where John mentioned it. Another case of what looks, at the outset, like covert (if absurd) human ops…but heads quickly into high-strangeness. Thanks again, Doug.

    Comment by William J. Grabowski — January 24, 2014 @ 12:12 am

  2. I thought so too. And I was intrigued that John devoted a whole dossier to the subject. There’s more to come, including a similar look at mail interference.

    Comment by Doug — January 24, 2014 @ 11:51 am

  3. I can’t help but to suspect the disruption of service John was victim of was the result of old school analog taps drawing down the line voltage to the point it simply would not function.
    Even in the IP/Digital phone lines of today, I’ve experienced weird stuff. One example is crossed lines, like John mentioned above. It is just as he says, you get a ring, pick up and you hear two people chatting away. They can hear you, too. If you break into the conversation and say, “hey, wtf?” they will hear you. Very odd.
    I’ve also had the phone ring and I anwser only to hear the other person say “hello?” As if you called them. They, however, will say, ” uh, no, the phone just rang and I picked up”. Why this happens over digital landline calls, I have no idea. The only anomaly that I’ve had happen more than once is when the persons voice I’m talking to will very rapidly speed up and ends in loud static. Yeah, static on an IP digital line. For those that don’t know, IP lines will play a wave file of very low level static in the background of a call because without it calls seemed too unnatural. Without it, people talking on early IP lines perceived any pause in convo as dead air or disconnect. I believe is also done on digital mobile calls as well for the same reason.

    Comment by Patrick — December 17, 2014 @ 11:34 am

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