Nashville bomber Anthony Warner reportedly mailed packages to people he knew before the attack with pages containing nonsensical rambling statements about lizard people and UFOs.
NewsChannel 5 reported on the development in the Christmas Day bombing case.
He wrote that the media was covering up those attacks.
But Warner’s writings grow even more bizarre when he wrote about reptilians and lizard people that he believed control the earth and had tweaked human DNA.
“They put a switch into the human brain so they could walk among us and appear human,” Warner wrote.
The FBI wants to speak with any acquaintances who received mailings from Warner, News 4 said.
“We’re aware the suspect sent materials which espoused his viewpoints to several acquaintances throughout the country. We’re asking those who received these to contact the FBI at 800-CALL-FBI,” FBI Special Agent Jason Pack said in a statement to News 4 on Saturday.
The “lizard people” theory has been raised by some, including writer David Icke, who has allegedly said that shapeshifting alien reptiles can take human form, Fox News reported. Icke had been banned from Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, and allegedly believed in 5G conspiracies, the outlet reported.
Warner recently had given away his car, transferred the deed for his home at no charge and told his boss he was retiring, Fox News said.
Metro Nashville Police Department (MNPD) said that last year’s investigation into Warner yielded no evidence or suspicion of a crime, The Tennessee Star reported. MNPD were called by an attorney to address a suicidal woman with two guns last August. The woman at the scene was Pamela Perry, Warner’s girlfriend at the time, police said. She reported to police that Warner was making bombs in his RV trailer, and stated that both guns belonged to him, MNPD said.
The two unloaded guns on Perry’s front porch on August 21, 2019, were placed into the MNPD Property & Evidence facility but were never claimed from the Property Room, the department said.
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Jason M. Reynolds has more than 20 years’ experience as a journalist at outlets of all sizes.