Just when you thought there couldn't possibly be another banker jumping off the top of buildings, it has happened again, and in a strange context, for there has been a death of a bio-terrorism expert as well. Let's take the banker death first, then the bioterrorism expert's death, and then my "high octane speculation of the day."

The following article and many like it were spotted by regular readers here and I received a number of versions of it from many people, so thank you to all of you who noticed this story. Here's the New York Post version:

‘Depressed’ Wall Street exec jumps to his death

The article states that Mr. Kevin Bell, a 47 year old investment banker, had been depressed, on medications, and of course, jumped to his death. Implication: suicide because of "depression." Nothing to see here, move along. My heart certainly goes out to his family.

This said, there is a disturbing pattern here, for the unfortunate Mr. Bell does fit a pattern we've seen elsewhere, of bankers in London, Paris, and Hong Kong walking off the rooftops or high balconies of buildings, or walking in front of trains, and so on. In one case, of course, we've seen the death of a banker in the mortgage business dying of several nails from a nail gun to the head. And in one instance, death by gunshot - ruled a suicide - even though the victim-shooter managed to put the gun that did the deed into the glovebox of his car, after the deed.

In Mr. Bell's case, after the article manages to mention his depression and that he was "taking medications", with the clear implication of Mr. Bell's death being a suicide, the Post article then mentions this little tidbit, a "tidbit" I cannot help but qualify as "greasy and suspicious":

Bell, a graduate of Duke University, worked at Arrowgrass Capital Partners, where he was head of credit risk, according to his LinkedIn page.

He previously worked at Saba Capital Management, Citadel Investment group, Citigroup and Deutsche Bank, according to his page.

And, incidentally, the building in which Mr. Bell and his family lived, was apparently the site of another suicide:

A man who works in a nearby doctor’s office was stunned about the suicide.

“Oh my God, another one?” he said in disbelief. “Somebody committed suicide a few months ago … on the other side of the building. I can’t believe it, it’s almost exactly the same thing, but just around the side.”

Obviously, if you've been following the Deutsche Bank saga as I've outlined it on this website and as other researchers have been following it, you'll know that that bank is up to its earlobes in financial practices of a "dubious" nature. Consider only the strange scam involving Europe's oldest bank, the Banca dei Paschi di Sienna (see

Then, of course, there is Deutsche Bank's strange appearance in the events of 9/11 via one of its offshoots placing trades that would tend to indicate prior knowledge of the event (not surprising, given it's connections to the (out)House of Saud as I outlined in my book Hidden Finance, Rogue Networks, and Secret Sorcery). And Mr. Bell is not the only banker with a connection to the big German bank who has turned up dead by suicide. Additionally, Mr. Bell fits another pattern embedded within some of the banker deaths, namely, he was involved in credit risk assessment.

Turning from this death to another recent one requires a bit of background introduction. During the Reagan years and on into the Bush-Clinton years, another pattern of strange deaths emerged: physicists - and particularly those working on some aspect of Reagan's Strategic Defense Initiative - were similarly jumping off bridges, or jogging when they inadvertently ran in between two oncoming cars and were literally smashed to death, or dying in a variety of other strange - and of course, "suicidal" -  ways. These deaths were, at that time, a topic of major focus on what was then the early "alternative media", and of course, the conspiracy theories about them abounded, the most popular being that the KGB was behind them, in an effort to sabotage Mr. Reagan's pet "Star Wars" project.

Then the pattern shifted away from the deaths of physicists and scientists whose expertise could make or break the Strategic Defense Initiative, to biophysicists, geneticists, and "experts in bioterrorism." Again, similar types of bizarre "death by suicide" were reported: people jumped off bridges and buildings (or were thrown off), took a jog between cars, and so on. Which brings us to this unusual story from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and shared by Mr. V.T.:

A man killed Friday while riding his bike in the 10600 block of Riverview Drive has been identified as a St. Louis University professor and bioterrorism expert Robert Mark Buller.

Buller, 67, was a professor in the department of molecular microbiology and immunology at SLU. The university posted an obituary that said he was “one of the nation’s foremost poxvirus researchers.”

“He was a member of multiple national committees and governmental advisory groups, some that advised the intelligence community on biodefense,” SLU said in its obituary.

Buller’s lab at SLU researched gene therapy, vaccines and antiviral drugs as treatments for smallpox and a number of other lethal viruses, the obituary said.
So we have a bio-terrorism expert whose specialty was poxes. And, conveniently, in recent years all small pox vaccines were allegedly destroyed because (we were told) the disease had been completely eradicated.
Uh huh...
But what I found interesting here is the report of the accident which took the life of the unfortunate Dr. Buller. Here's how Christine Byers and Nassim Benchaabane describe it in their St. Louis Post-Dispatch article. See if any of this resonates to other events in recent months:

Police said Buller was killed shortly before 6 p.m. Friday in the 10600 block of Riverview Drive. A 48-year-old man driving a Ford E-350 tried to pass Buller on the left. Buller, of the 7400 block of University Drive, then swerved left. He and the vehicle that was trying to pass him went into the northbound lanes of Riverview Drive.

An oncoming Audi A8 driven by a 56-year-old man then struck the vehicle and Buller, who was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

The driver of the Ford E-350 stayed and cooperated; his passengers, an 8-year-old boy and a 44-year-old woman, and the driver of the Audi were taken to a hospital in stable condition, police said. (Emphasis added)

Sound familiar? If not, it should...

... for I cannot help but think that Dr. Buller probably was a safe driver, and probably had few, if any, accidents in his driving live.  Yet, like Mr. Putin's chauffeur, he serves in front of a truck trying to pass him, thus veering into oncoming traffic in the opposite lanes, forcing the driver trying to pass him into the same oncoming lanes. Dr. Buller was most likely an alert driver, and would have seen the truck attempting to pass him, and nonetheless swerves in front of it.

Death by remote control of car. Suicide.

The question is, are such deaths related? Herewith my high octane speculation of the day. Indeed, I emphasize that I'm crawling out on to the very end of the twig here, where the weight of the speculation (a lot) far exceeds the evidence to support it (none).  What unites the "Mysterious scientists' deaths" of recent decades is their involvement with black projects. What those projects would need are sources of deeply black off-the-books financing, and as I've averred before, I strongly suspect that many of the recent banker deaths are because, at some level, these unfortunate people either saw something on their balances sheets, or heard something, or were beginning to connect some dots. I suspect, therefore, if one were to assemble a database of these mysterious scientist deaths on the one hand, and banker deaths on the other, some interesting patterns and connections might emerge.

See you on the flip side...

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Jennifer DeFusco on March 7, 2017 at 10:36 pm

    “As of October 2014 the CIA was also looking at infecting the vehicle control systems used by modern cars and trucks. The purpose of such control is not specified, but it would permit the CIA to engage in nearly undetectable assassinations.”

  2. Robert Barricklow on March 7, 2017 at 6:20 pm

    The small pox wasn’t destroyed.
    One level has it that the U.S. & Russia kept a very small in a secure hidden location. The truth is, they both have tons of it, working on many different projects, including genetic engineering.
    Supposedly, other countries voluntarily gave up their supply. Forget about it!
    These are madmen remember.
    They continually jones for power.

  3. Aridzonan_13 on March 7, 2017 at 5:53 pm

    I have lived to see the “Red Pill” come into vogue.. Where it is now common info that bloody digital device is recording everything and I mean everything you do.. So, let’s say your in Banking or Bio-Tech and you start having doubts , misgivings about what your boss told you to do.. Or, you’ve actually decided your going to goto the authorities with some evidence of criminal activity that your Big.Inc had you work on.. They know immediately and can take swift and sure action. Thanks to your Smart Device.. Heck, it actually gives them your position and voila suicide by nail gun… What a labor saving device..

  4. goshawks on March 7, 2017 at 5:45 pm

    On the banker, it is a shame that we do not even know whether he was a ‘good guy’ about to blow a whistle who was assassinated, or was a ‘useful idiot’ being rubbed-out to clean-up the trail. Still, sad for his family.

    On the “professor and bioterrorism expert,” there is something strange about the accident sequence, if I read it correctly. Buller was riding a bike (presumed bicycle). To swerve left just in front of a sizable truck (and so to force it to hard-left into oncoming-traffic to avoid him, in turn) is quasi-suicidal for a bicyclist. Not knowing his personality-type, I can’t rule this out; people do aggressive/dumb things at times. (Since the driver of the Ford E-350 had passengers, an 8-year-old boy and a 44-year-old woman, I would rule him out as a professional assassin. Same with the unfortunate Audi driver.)

    If this was reported honestly (and not just an unfortunate accident), I would lean to the psychic side (or electromagnetic copies of same). When you get an inner ‘prompt’ to go left, you might just react. By the time you realize what you have just done, it may be too late. I’m reaching here, but given his job/credentials…

    • citiZenHealth on March 8, 2017 at 6:41 am

      I’ve caught this happening to me in real time just a few weeks ago…the “higher self” everyone in the new age raves about – is the parasite/archon/personal rep for this experience (clue is in word/thought-form/energy “higher” which creates the internal conflict friction we call conflicted) – well i was driving in to work the next day and i had this urge to smell/breathe fresh air on the highway – paperwork that i had sitting in the back seat, that was important yet i forgot about it, went flying and i almost lost a page…i busted out laughing and said good one – now i know how to isolate “those” thoughts/inputs…thank you!

      • goshawks on March 9, 2017 at 11:42 am

        citiZenHealth, I agree and disagree:

        First, there IS a “Star Trek”-like universe of beings that go up the consciousness scale, rather than the technological scale. Good, bad, ugly, and beautiful. There is indeed ‘war in the heavens’. Discernment on who you are talking-to or being influenced-by is all-important ‘down here’. (It is a learn-as-you-go process, assuming you live through the ‘learning’.)

        Second, there IS indeed a ‘personal connection’ through to what I call all-God. Some call it the Higher Self. It knows stuff waaayyy beyond the ego-self. Various levels of it – whatever you choose to call it – are profoundly non-human. As such, it can be helpful, or it can be neglectful. HS is learning about what is important to humans as much as I am learning about it’s ‘personality’.

        The trick is sorting-out your Higher Self from other beings – good, bad, ugly, and beautiful. One of my scariest moments was when I attempted to establish contact with my HS and ‘somebody’ said “Yes?” whom I could tell damn-well was not my HS. (Again, it is learn-as-you-go.)

        Some people prefer to avoid the whole thing, given how fraught the connection may be with ‘disinformation’. However, that leaves them open to being manipulated – as newbies to the psychic field. My counsel would be to gain experience, but constantly check with the intellect whether the info seems valid and non-harmful. Caveat emptor. (Over time, one develops a sense of whether it is your own, personal HS being talked-to. But, always be wary…)

        • Robert Barricklow on March 9, 2017 at 12:05 pm

          Of course, we as beings interface with the spiritual essence of being as one. It is inherent in our very being. They try to educate those connections out of existence.

          • goshawks on March 9, 2017 at 2:11 pm

            RB, well said!

        • Phil the Thrill on March 9, 2017 at 2:18 pm

          goshawks: This is your Higher Self speaking. Tonight, at precisely 6 p.m., I want you to leave a piping hot combination pizza, a frosty-cold twelve pack of beer, and a maid from Bust-dusters, on your doorstep. I am sending someone by to pick them up. Do not attempt to see who does this, nor attempt to communicate with them, as this will result in serious disruptions to your personal time loop. Thank you. Oh….this is for, uh, some karmic reparations I am told you must perform. So don’t let me–US–down.

  5. rich overholt on March 7, 2017 at 5:31 pm

    Murder on demand…courtesy of your shape-shifting, time-jumping reptilian overlords.

  6. mercuriAl on March 7, 2017 at 12:20 pm

    According to the latest wikidump, assassination by vehicle hack is.

    • Sandygirl on March 8, 2017 at 1:46 pm

      With thousands of contractors and the bribes they pay out, they are running out of money. Wikileaks said there were still hundreds of story’s to investigate in the info. This could rock our world.

  7. Robert Barricklow on March 7, 2017 at 11:33 am

    Wonder how many people are in the know/
    Whoever they are; they can’t say no, or they’re suicide.
    Perhaps they can’t even think no…. ?

    • Robert Barricklow on March 7, 2017 at 11:36 am

      one thing’s for sure
      if more than one person knows they’re a no person
      then the knows know and will take care of an pre-arranged accident.

  8. elixirsoo on March 7, 2017 at 10:15 am

    “Death by remote control of car. Suicide.” This particular hack is included in the latest WikiLeaks drop.
    It dropped early when Facebook blocked the live streaming of the press conference.

  9. basta on March 7, 2017 at 8:56 am

    Yet never a strange rash of politicians dropping off like flies. Hmmm….

    • sagat1 on March 7, 2017 at 3:24 pm

      John Smith and Robin Cook spring to mind.

  10. WalkingDead on March 7, 2017 at 8:34 am

    All these deaths or “disappearances” of these people puts me in mind of the book/miniseries “Atlas Shrugged”, but for totally opposite reasons.

    • OrigensChild on March 7, 2017 at 10:23 am

      WD, now that I think about it, there are elements of these deaths that bring up some rather interesting episodes from the series Fringe also…. If you flip the switch from parallel worlds to breakaway civilizations you are there.

      • Syncromyst on March 7, 2017 at 7:12 pm

        OrigensChild: After reading Mr. Farrel’s “Covert Wars” , “Nazi International” and “Reich of the Black Sun” I had a suspicion that “Fringe” was a sci-fi treatment of the breakaway civ/ fourth reich. I’m now re-watching the series and the connections are there, for sure!

  11. citiZenHealth on March 7, 2017 at 7:34 am

    Long time lurker – had to register to share – i live on saint louis missouri…i’ve been following the money since about twelve years old so i got into finance as a young age and walked away from it about five years ago as I began to follow how it was all legal – I’ve been aware of media fakery for about three years and connected it all the way back to the writing of the Holy Bible and deeper His-Story (A Fomenko anyone!?)

    This story in the STL PD – the addresses dont add up at all…I did a quick property look up and found two addresses for this man…both of which are inside the downtown clayton area which is the seat of the County of Saint Louis…SLU, his university would have been within a fifteen minute drive from one of the two homes in his name…to the east off Grand Blvd…(i’ve studied stl history quite deeply as well – it ties back to a jesuit charter from 1681 that founded fort st louis at the kaskasia river head and they moved it to its current day location a few years later)

    two properties in his name…,+MO+63130&*,+MO+63105&*

    its been unseasonably warm around these parts all winter – like we didnt have a winter this year – friday though was only 45 degrees…we’ve been used to the 70’s earlier last week…taking a bike ride in 45 degree weather doesnt seem like a highly reasonable thing for MOST to do…what makes this whole thing more unusual is i know riverview…this is where its said he was hit…,+St.+Louis,+MO+63137/@38.7467327,-90.1991788,14.75z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x87df4e8918a32f37:0x47714112fe316a4a!8m2!3d38.750151!4d-90.190444

    its in a park, near the mississippi river…so i take it he drove his bike to this area for the ride? and in a park he was struck with enough speed to kill? just adding some local flavor…

  12. Kahlypso on March 7, 2017 at 6:01 am

    Its ok Dr Farrel, the House of Saud will be able to build up stocks of Smallpox soon.
    Almost eradicated eh? We’ll soon see that probleme being solved.

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