MinXus Mail Bag: Mysterious missive from Karen Eliot (location undisclosed) raises new questions in MinXus David Zack Investigation

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Postcard from Karen Eliot (location undisclosed)

Tenderfoots, MinXus-Lynxus is devoted to the pursuit of beauty, truth and who has the best hair.

Some days we question ourselves for having committed to aid our brother Medwolf in his quest to learn the truth about David Zack’s disappearance in 1995. Having begun, we will not rest until the TRUTH is disclosed; we provide a brief update here:

As soon as we officially announced our investigation, mail from the notorious Neoist Karen Eliot began to circulate in the United States (during the last three months). Her first move was the “IUOMA Innocuous Campaign.” Coincidence? She was a “sleeper” for many years.

Through painstaking research, we discovered that the source of the Karen Eliot correspondence, or at least the primary recipients, could be traced to two locations: Maine and Washington State. We dare not provide much more information at this time, as the individuals who received the letters might have been selected at random by the remaining 14 Secret Masters of the World. Selecting unknowing individuals as “useful tools” to advance the sinister purposes of The Great Conspiracy is an old Neoist strategy; however, Neoists living under fake identities in Masonic secrecy is also a reality.

We question the proclaimed innocence and ignorance of Seattle Skateboard Boy. New evidence suggests it is possible he could have been a David Zack associate: “Some day, and that day might never come, I might ask a favour of you.”

Another piece of the puzzle: British Neoist Stewart Holme visited New York City in the Fall of 2012. The Karen Eliot correspondence began to appear soon thereafter.

We now have no doubt the 14 Secret Masters of the World are still active (although their numbers are likely diminished).

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Mail-art from Karen Eliot (location undisclosed)

We are now receiving Karen Eliot correspondence from various locations in Europe and the United States.

Insiders know of the bond of intimacy between Karen Eliot and Stewart Home.

MinXus-Lynxus will continue to pursue the Karen Eliot connection, although it is likely a diversion designed to drain our limited resources.

We are also investigating Monty Cantsin. Several interrogations have yielded nothing but denials, feigned surprise that anyone would have any interest in David Zack, and stern warnings not to pursue our investigation.

Disposing of more David Zack evidence? Monty Cantsin (left) and Neoist zombie (note classic red arm band)

Tenderfoots, we assure you. The truth will be known.

 

THE MINXUS-LYNXUS DAVID ZACK INVESTIGATION

“David Zack” by BuZ Blur 

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11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. suffolkrebecca
    Jan 03, 2013 @ 20:37:36

    So many names to remember. Investigative poetry… I’m intrigued.

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  2. Dark wall
    Jan 04, 2013 @ 00:21:22

    Miss Becca, Investigative Poetry is a genre established by Mr. Ed Sanders – maybe you’ve heard of him.

    He taught some well-known seminars in Investigative Poetry at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics (Naropa Institute) in Boulder, Colorado back in the day.

    Mr. Tom Clark’s (we have a link to his blog here at M-L) Great Naropa Poetry Wars also offers another view on the Investigative Poetry wave.

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  3. minkrancher
    Jan 04, 2013 @ 00:34:02

    That particular Monty Cantsin in the pitur is fella up Canada way knowed as Istvan Kantor.

    The problem with the Neoists is one person can be a dozen or a dozen can be one.

    David Zack was a real person for sure whose importance to mail-art nearly rivals RayJo. Zack called Rayjo, “The meanest man in mail-art.” There’s still folks at Yoma who were tight with Zack – only most won’t talk about it.

    Here’s the clincher: RayJo did his death act and Zack disappeared from the face of the earth only a few weeks apart.

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  4. minxuslynxus
    Jan 05, 2013 @ 01:41:55

    Hmmm.. the postcard somehow looks familiar to me, as well as the style of the envelope, but I won’t say more.

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  5. Minkoo
    Jan 05, 2013 @ 03:41:48

    I for one am not buying it. Does no one want to see the front of the envelope?

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  6. minkrancher
    Jan 05, 2013 @ 14:55:12

    Empress, we is going to great pains to protect our sources here. We believe half of what Seattle Skate Board Boy tells us, but we aint goin to feed him to the wolves.

    Traps aint right for minks. But traps is fair game for Neoists.

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  7. minxuslinxus
    Jan 05, 2013 @ 22:39:37

    It takes a bit more to fool an Empress, Rancher 🙂

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  8. minkrancher
    Jan 06, 2013 @ 00:17:13

    All you have to do is look at the flag in the postcard & you know where it came from & it’s easy to figure out who sent it.

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  9. minxuslinxus
    Jan 06, 2013 @ 06:09:34

    I don’t know anyone in Scotland 🙂

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  10. minkrancher
    Jan 06, 2013 @ 14:12:27

    It’s Finland! You’ve blown the cover on a secret investigation.

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  11. minxuslynxus
    Jan 07, 2013 @ 05:51:27

    They tell me that a lot, I don’t know why.
    He/She will just have to move, it’s alright. I’m sure it was starting to get a little boring in Finland anyway.

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