|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:
- 8652 NW 120th St., Potwin, KS 67123
- 8653 NW 120th St., Potwin, KS 67123
- 8689 County Road 576, Potwin, KS 67123
- 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 TWENTY-SEVENTH KNOWN VICTIM . . . and there are obviously MANY more.
From: Spencer C Young <SpencerCYoung@aol.com>
To: Matt McClellan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sun, Dec 22, 2013 8:02 pm
Subject: Re: Strange network re-routing through rural farmhouse
Thank you for the correspondence, and the more info that can be provided, the better. Perhaps point out to "Tom" that FEAR stifles the truth, which is the ONLY path out of this dysfunctional mess, and is only False Evidence Appearing Real. Stay strong my friend.
On Dec 22, 2013, at 7:40 PM, Matt McClellan <email@example.com> wrote:
Update: As I had washed my hands of this a few months back, and nearly forgotten it, I received a call from a very terrified person. He wouldn't give me his name or phone number, and the ones he gave me I'm very sure are falsified. He claims to have discovered the person/s involved in this, and has been since under attack in every technological aspect of him or his entire family's life... and in one scarier, more surreal instance an actual multi car hit and run, an attempt to force him off the road. He says all his complaints, queries, etc. are getting brushed under the proverbial rug. He asked me too look into some things, to verify some results. Mainly because he claimed to not have the technological wherewithal to be sure it was accurate, but also because what he was claiming surely can't be possible. He told me there were many major corporation sub nets/IPs/entire network trunk lines being re-directed through this farmhouse in Potwin Ks. I wanted to just write it off a hullabaloo, but upon tracing a few of the numbers he gave me, I can legitimize his concern. Either this man has a digital bulls-eye painted on his forehead, or is directly involved and attempting a disinformation campaign. Not sure it this is something I'm willing to lose much more sleep over, but I know I need some additional resources/brainpower. I know it sounds virtually impossible, and if it was could only be done with complete government approval. I told him a lot of the hush hush attitude was more likely a gag order, preventing the disruption of ongoing classified projects. Don't ask me what, I'm no Wikkileaks. Just a friendly neighborhood techie trying to sort fact from fiction.
I have decided not to blog/write further on this topic, on the slim chance that it is some cataclysmic or life altering scenario, best not to draw any more attention. If you would like more information on this, feel free to ask. I've only spoken to him once at the moment, and had talked him into contact info he could give me to reach him. However, the contact info he gave me was obviously bogus to anyone who knows how to Google a land line phone number.
Let me know what you think, eh?
info as follows:
Claimed name was "Tom", although he was more than hesitant while giving it, so likely fake.
The contact number he had he did not remember, had to look it up (suspicious). Also, this guy claims to be living in Central Ks, when the number he gave me traced to California, under references owners Cynthia/Lucille Fatica.
Either this guy is who he says he is and fells as if he is in real danger from this, or this is in fact an associate of the Potwin Hackers attempting a disinformation campaign.
On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 7:41 PM, Matt McClellan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Good to hear it. If you need more info on the situation, you can find a detailed description on my blog...
Thanks for your prompt response.
On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 2:03 PM, Spencer C Young <SpencerCYoung@aol.com> wrote:
Thanks for your message. I'm asking me FBI to investigate the surfeit of irregularities that continue to emanate from this house and will include your feedback.
All the best,
On Oct 15, 2013, at 2:37 PM, Matt McClellan <email@example.com> wrote:
Oddly enough I am not a victim of mysterious email, I found this site entirely by accident while researching and ISP re-direction. I pay for 2 MBPS, but speed tests were clocking me at 10 MB plus, peaking at 25. I ran a traceroute and discovered this farmhouse by searching info on the only ip address on my path that didn't match a Cox subnet. (220.127.116.11)
The entirety of my network usage was being re-routed through this place. I can't imagine a farmer with server stacks and T1 lines. Maybe there's more info I haven't found yet? Understand these posts are dated 2011, surprised this is still coming up.