Tell us about yourself “From 1979 to 1982 I worked as an animal handler (or wrangler, as we were called) for a pharmaceutical testing facility in the Los Angeles area. Occasionally we were contracted for various government projects. In the early spring of 1982, I was assigned to Project Omaha, a top secret program for
As promised, here is the 3rd and final installment of our whistleblower interview. Make of it what you will, we find his claims interesting and the man himself to be genuine and passionate.
Since the incident in Columbia last month when U.S. State Department officials confiscated our Murrel skull, Dr. Daniels has been in Washington D.C. fighting tirelessly to retrieve what is rightfully the property of our organization. During the course of the campaign to reacquire our most valued piece of evidence, Jim suffered a minor heart attack
Despite the ramifications from the first part of our interview we are determined to continue informing the public about The Murrel, and it’s origins. Below is the second in our multi-part video interview with a former government contractor that claims to have inside knowledge about The Murrel. The song our whistleblower references can be heard
Early Monday morning, Dr. Daniels was informed that 4 men with U.S. State Dept I.D.’s walked into the Biology lab at an undisclosed Colombian University where secondary tests were being conducted on the Murrel skull and presented official documents before seizing our prized piece of evidence along with all computer and paper files associated with
Beginning next week, we will be releasing a multi-part video interview with a man who has a very compelling story to tell. Our eyewitness claims to have first-hand knowledge of how The Redwood Man Squirrel came to inhabit the Arcata Community Forest. Below is a document provided by the whistleblower. Look for part 1 of
Amazing to all of us, is that more people seem to doubt the existence of Dr. Daniels than do “The Murrel”. Due to the nature of his 45-year career in government, his history is not readily accessible, we understand the doubt this creates but were hoping people would focus their attention on the uncatalogued, 6ft
The reward is now at 2 Million U.S. Dollars, plus 4 years paid tuition. We must get this special creature recognized by science and protected by law.
The reward is now at 2 Million U.S. dollars, plus 4 years paid college tuition.
The history of the Humboldt State University Lumberjack dates back to the late 1950’s, when the “Lucky Logger” was first introduced. While it may have been acceptable then to have an offensive stereotype for a mascot (think “Washington Redskins”), times have changed and it’s beyond time that we change with them. In 2017 there was