Before, and particularly after Mark DeMucha was interviewed on Coast to Coast AM on 17 October 2005, many fans responded
with contributions via PayPal and by mail. We received a few complaints that properly addressed envelopes containing contributions
were being returned by the post office. One resourceful fan (who shall remain anonymous) redirected her contribution to one
of our other addresses and sent us the envelope that was IMPROPERLY rejected by the U.S. Postal Service. A black-and-white
copy is attached below. The envelope is addressed PERFECTLY to the post office box that was fully paid for by the corporation.
There is no possible way that the delivery of this envelope could have been attempted and the address found to be not known.
Note the hand-printed "A N K" (stands for "attempted-not known") and the official postal service "RETURN TO SENDER, ATTEMPTED
- NOT KNOWN" sticker. When Mark complained about this at the local post office where the box is located, he was told that
the envelope was marked and returned at a different mail center or hub, not at the local office. If delivery was truly attempted,
it would have been done at the post office location where the box is located.
Around the time that the Postal Service improperly rejected the above envelope, we received an email on 29 October 2005
containing the following text, from a Yahoo email account that could have been opened by anyone:
"You have your facts wrong.
"Tesla invented nothing we didn't already have.
"He was a threat to our system and way of life.
"Thus, he was removed.
"Keep your eyes and mouth wide shut...
"Accidents WILL happen..
If there is anyone honest and incorruptible in a position of authority who wishes to investigate this thinly veiled threat,
we have the original email and email address available. But will anyone step forward to investigate this?
As the Post Office was interfering with our mail and anonymous emailers were sending us threats, we were preparing a
Private Offering for major investors who had inquired about investing in the film. In early December 2005, packets went out
to several potential investors that included a return envelope to attorney Michael Finley's office. Mike uses the same type
of return envelopes to send civil court papers in for filing so the court can stamp a copy with the filing date and send it
back to him. A court paper that he sent in on an entirely unrelated civil case on 2 December 2005 was stamped by the court
in downtown L.A. on 8 December 2005 and placed in the mail in one of these return envelopes. This was right about the time
that the Investor Packets went out. The civil court paper took a few extra weeks to arrive. It finally arrived in an official
United States Postal Service Loose Articles Unit envelope with an eery note attached. The note and envelope are shown
below in full color. Bottom line- SOMEONE OPENED THE RETURN ENVELOPE AND DISCARDED IT, LEAVING THE CIVIL COURT DOCUMENT BEHIND.
When the document arrived, it was in perfect condition- not damaged at all, so the envelope did not get damaged in a sorting
machine. If you are an investor who tried to send in an investment agreement and check, please contact us to see if your materials
All along, there have been repeated problems with this official website. It has been inaccessible from time to time and
occasionally the pages have loaded so slowly that we received several complaints. Since we are only using 13% of our allotted
storage capacity and 1.5% of our allotted bandwidth, the usual explanations do not begin to provide answers. Also, the hit
counters on our site keep resetting at 10,000 hits, when they are designed to show nearly 1 million hits. It is as though
someone doesn't want you to know how many hundreds of thousands of visitors our site has received. These issues have been
addressed with our site's web host, who cannot explain the mysterious problems that just seem to come and go...
If more suspicious things happen, they will be posted on this page. Check back regularly.