Monday, November 19, 2012

Update: Explosion In Indianapolis Has Been Turned Into Homicide Investigation


The Chicago Tribune reports, "Authorities launched a homicide investigation Monday into the house explosion that killed a young couple and left numerous homes uninhabitable in an Indianapolis neighborhood...marking the first time investigators have acknowledged a possible criminal element to the case."

Also, the names of the two victims, a couple, were released, 34-year-old John Dion Longworth and 36-year-old Jennifer Longworth.  It seems there may be a connection with John Dion Longworth and secret military projects.  I will continue looking into this connection.

Last week I reported on a mysterious explosion occurring in a suburban neighborhood in the state of Indiana. Indianapolis local news had reported that the gas company in the city has concluded that it was not the main gas line, that caused a massive explosion in a South Indianapolis, IN neighborhood, leaving eighty houses damaged, and thirty one of those completely destroyed.  Nearly a week has past, and a cause has yet to be determined as to what caused the blast. WTHR also reported that the investigation was then turning to the homes themselves, looking for faulty appliances, or gas leaks that may have lead to the explosion.

The popular TV show, "Myth Busters", once did an experiment to see if they could blow up a house, like in the movies.  They filled a room with methane gas, and started a small fire.  There was a big explosion, but it only knocked out half of a wall in the small structure.  They pretty much concluded that they couldn't blow up a house, like in the movies, even using abnormally high levels of gas.  You can watch the four minute summary of that show here:



So what caused the explosion in Indianapolis?  We may never know, however I will continue looking for clues into this mystery, because it seems as if thirty homes being completely destroyed by a mysterious blast is not a big deal to the mainstream media, who are currently obsessed with the sex life of David Petraeus. 

Adam Curry and John C. Dvorak from the No Agenda Podcast have been covering this story and have developed their own interesting theory, check out their informative show every Sunday and Thursday.