Sunday, August 5, 2012

Victim # 17 in Potwin, KS Farmhouse Cyber-Attacks Comes Forward

Aerial View of Mysterious Kansas Farmhouse Serving As Hub For Cyber-Attacks

Numerous people have voluntarily contacted Spencer C. Young, indicating: (1) their social website or email account had been hacked; (2) their identity was stolen; (3) they were the victim of electronic harassment; or (4) were subjected to other forms of cyber-crimes . . . ALL of which emanated from the SAME IP (Internet Protocol) ADDRESS, which was then traced to the SAME PHYSICAL LOCATION of a rural farmhouse in Potwin, Kansas, which appears to have various addresses, such as:
  1. 8652 NW 120th St.,  Potwin, KS 67123
  2. 8653 NW 120th St.,  Potwin, KS 67123
  3. 8689 County Road 576, Potwin, KS  67123
  4. 8635 NW 120th St., Potwin, KS 67123  
The property is owned by Joyce M. Taylor, who in turn has made arrangements in advance to transfer title to this property jointly to Fred Whitmore and Mary Ann Mercado upon her passing.

Below is another instance of notification -- in fact, the SEVENTEENTH KNOWN VICTIM . . . and there are obviously MANY more.

-----Original Message-----

From: Hine, Alexis B <>
To: spencercyoung <>
Sent: Sun, Aug 5, 2012 9:41 pm
Subject: Identity Theft Farmhouse- Kansas

Dear Spencer,
I have researched online about the Identity Theft Farmhouse in Kansas. I am a 
recent victim of this. Somehow, this hacker was able to access my facebook and 
my email address. I was able to track the IP address to two addresses in Kansas, 
which were both correlated to the many reports on this "Identity Theft 
Farmhouse".This is how I was able to find you and your email. So far, I have 
regained access to my facebook and have switched the email associated to a new 

I have also stopped utilizing the email that the hackers were able to gain 
access to. This has only been over the past few days, so I am now concerned that 
these mysterious people will gain access to my other email accounts (which have 
important information in them) as well as possibly my online banking system. 
They may also gain access to other potentially compromising accounts I have on 
my computer. I do not want this to lead to identity theft. Please let me know 
what information you were able to gain about this situation when it occurred to 
you. I have also contacted the FBI through a submitted form online. Thanks.

- Alexis Hine

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