If you haven’t heard of the M6 crash and the Paris crash before, then here’s all the information you need to know.
First, pictured to the left, is Mark Collins, who is the SOLE person reporting all the information on the two crashes and alleging paranormal activity.
Mark Collins has been feeding the internet with press releases regarding the January 2010 crash on the M6 southbound carriageway. This crash involved either 12, 15, or 17 vehicles (various reports don’t agree) and supposedly unexplainable events took place that may have been paranormal activity, possibly even time travel.
Then the Paris crash, which involved two vehicles took place in which all 4 people died of severe burns, has also been reported on by Mark Collins.
Mark Collins has been claiming that the two incidents are related. And that HE ALONE has been called upon by the police and given interviews. Please. Does anyone believe that? The police don’t call civilians and give interviews.
Okay, so here’s the events and claims.
The M6 crash and the Paris crash allegations:
1.Witnesses claim that a thin white light appeared and caused the first 3 vehicles to lose control.
2.The tachometer of one of the trucks shows that the truck’s speed was greatly reduced at the time of the crash.
3.Three vehicles supposedly had NO drivers and NO bodies and no human tissue or blood was found.
4.CCTV footage (caught before and after crash) supposedly shows 3 separate incidents that can’t be explained. It shows a thin white light appeared a minute before the crash. Distortion appears on the CCTV footage where the light appeared. It is also rumored to show two people who just “Appear” on the grass after the crash. Maybe teleported to save them from certain death from the crash.
5.Police say that one of the autopsies shows that “considerable difference in the accepted chemical makeup of blood normally found in a person who has lived and breathed this atmosphere”. Supposedly spoken by Detective Silverton to Mark Collins.
6.A break-in occurred at the morgue where the bodies of the Paris crash victims were being held and 3 of the bodies were injected with an unknown chemical to “throw off” autopsy findings.
7.Witnesses state that a one of the vehicles had a bright light coming from it just before the crash. (Paris crash)
8.Witnesses who were walking stated they saw one of the vehicles driver momentarily “disappear”.
9.A supposed secret code is being investigated by the police after learning of a blog that is being used as communication between the suspects. Actually, the press releases by Mark Collins pointed to the blog called 1of26. And the police, according to Mark Collins, have two code crackers on the case and are asking for people in forums to help crack the code from the 1of26 blog posts. Really? Fishy stuff here.
Okay, there you have it. And from this, all the normal paranormal blogs and websites have picked this up and ran with it. Time travel, teleportation, paranormal activity and so forth. They all have picked up this story and have gone crazy with speculations.
It seems that no one is asking – Why is Mark Collins the only person who is reporting this? And why is Mark Collins the one issuing the press releases? And there seems to be only one detective, according to Mark Collins, that is on this case, Detective Roger Silverton. Is he even a real detective? Where is the CCTV footage? And why did Mark Collins’ press releases point to his blog?
Well I am skeptical of all this. All of the other sites are just reproducing the press releases and stories that are being posted by Mark Collins. Don’t you find it funny that a time traveler has a Google blog and a twitter account? I’m still laughing!
And if you go to the 1of26 blog, this too is supposedly a time traveler writing in some sort of code, from Manchester. The blog is Mark Collins’ blog, although he calls himself Steve on the blog. Please. Spare me the ridiculous nature of this fictional story and blog marketing. It’s gibberish that means nothing. Link to Blog Here and Link to Twitter account here
I would love for this to be an incident that proves paranormal activity or time travel. I would be ecstatic if this was the case. But I do believe that this one is nothing but a hoax. We’ve been duped!
But if you want to read all about it, here are the links below. I do want to thank unexplainable.net for being the only one who questioned whether Mark Collins was just doing a scheme to integrate his fictional blog with the M6 crash story. Kudos to them!
And there’s more sites that picked up the press releases. But you get the picture. All the same story just reproduced from Mark Collins’s press releases. It’s a shame that we in the paranormal world are so eager to believe anything that is put out there without asking real questions and being somewhat skeptical.