Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Video May Hold Clues to Ferrari Wreck

It seems I didn't catch this story last month. Cue creepy music! Here's another strange twist in the exciting episode of The F-Files! From the Los Angeles Times:

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's investigation into a mysterious crash that destroyed a rare $1-million Ferrari in Malibu last month is now focusing on a videotape that was purportedly shot from inside the vehicle at the time of the accident, according to sources close to the case.

The sources said that Ferrari owner Stefan Eriksson and the other man in the car, identified by authorities as Trevor Karney, had a video camera rolling as they raced on Pacific Coast Highway on the morning of Feb. 21 at speeds in excess of 162 mph.

Deputies who arrived at the scene did not recover any video equipment. But sources said detectives were later told that the high-speed driving was taped. The sources spoke on the condition of anonymity because the case is under investigation.

The revelation is the latest twist in a crash that has prompted both an accident investigation and a probe by the Sheriff's Department's Homeland Security Division.

So now there is a videotape that was shot from inside the Ferrari, as the crash took place? What was Eriksson trying to do--research for his next ultra-cool video game?

And there is another interesting detail here. The Sheriff's Department has discovered the secret identity of the second man in the car with Eriksson--a man named Trevor Karney. Could Trevor Karney be the mysterious "Dietrich?" Or even more ominous--could Dietrich has transformed himself into Trevor Karney as a means of eluding the authorities as he sets into motion the space alien's secret plan for colonization? Does Dietrich / Trevor Karney have both the equipment and the videotape of the Ferrari crash? And what do the two Department of Homeland Security officials know of these incredible developments?

Tune in next week! Same Bat-Time! Same Bat-Channel!

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