In 1987, The New York Times published, “Inquiry Spreads on 6 Children and Cult,” introducing America to The Finders.
On February 7 of that year, The Times wrote that “The children, two girls and four boys 2 to 7 years old, were discovered in a Tallahassee playground on Thursday.” Two men were charged with child abuse and arrested.
The same names keep popping up and they are linked with the same activities over and over and over again until the pattern becomes so clear and undeniable, the circumstantial evidence becomes so overwhelming and the picture emerges that is so frightening that it is hard to believe that it is true.
The adult males were Michael Houlihan and Douglas Ammerman, both of Washington, DC who had been arrested the previous day on charges of child abuse.
If you decide to continue reading, prepare yourself to connect all the dots of this evil incarnate. Your life and the safety of you family depends on it.
voxfux On February 7th of 1987, the Washington Post ran an interesting story that did not at first seem to have any particularly national significance.
The same names keep surfacing in relation to the same subjects over and over again.
The CIA, child sexual abuse, the Catholic church, George Bush Sr., The secret societies of the Scull and Bones, the Freemasons, The Knights of Malta and others and on and on and on.