Hey guys. I have this hub 'The Johnny Gosch Tragedy'. From time to time I get weird comments from folks claiming a conspiracy theory, cover up, etc. against the mother of Johnny Gosch. Now I know there are a lot of kooks out there with delusions, psychosis, and paranoia. But this one takes the taco. He sent me a private message. This sounds like a schizophrenic person. Never ceases to amaze me. Frankly, I don't believe this dude. But I thought it interesting enough to put out here on the forums for some input. Here is his email:
has sent you this message.
(email address not verified)
Do not contact Noreen Gosch until after we have spoken by phone. I have already talked to her and she is involved in the cover up. I was in the Monarch program and was used in the cover up of Johnny,s abduction. I have physical proof And Noreen and the FBI have been working to interfere with me investigation into my past where I was used in CIA black operations. I have Johnny,s birth marks and many memories that belong to Johnny and the is a chance that I may be him. They repressed many of my childhood memories using SRA in the program.
Please communicate with me by phone as my Email is being tracked.
by photographyadvice 5 years ago
I was sent a message through hubpages, but when I replied to it, the reply bounced back as undeliverable. Is there anyway I can reply to the message through hubpages, so when they next login to hubpages they can see my reply? Or is sending messages completely separate to hubpages? (I note that when...
by SweetiePie 2 years ago
Is there a possibility we could have a new feature that would only allow Hubpage members with profiles to send emails? I think this might cut down on the amount of spam we are currently receiving from unverified email accounts. Just a thought . Also, it would be great if email...
by John Reid-Roberts 5 years ago
I think being able to send private messages to other users would be a great feature. I have followers who joined HubPages just to follow my content, and I would like to be able to contact them directly, but since they don't have hubs posted this is difficult.
by Jean Bakula 6 weeks ago
This is Jean Bakula. I wanted to change my password, as it was on automatic, and I forgot what it really was. I have been on HP for eight years. I have been locked out of my account for 48 hours now. I've tried numerous times to create a new password, and am supposed to get a 4 digit code which...
by sid_candid 7 years ago
Are the invitation for this new ad program being sent out through email or through some kink in the profile?
by Andrew Spacey 8 months ago
Happy day. Having discovered that one of my hubs had been copied I sent off an email - the official looking DMCA blub - to a contact on the offending website and within four hours received an apology and had the content removed. Definitely worth a try if it happens to you.
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