If you have cancer, DO NOT GO ON VACATION. DO NOT STAY AT A HOTEL! Hotels are infested with illicit drug labs! These drug labs use - as ingredients - pesticides, herbicides, very strong acids and alkalis, and petrochemicals. These chemicals are known to cause cancer in all forms! They also cause brain damage, Parkinson's Disease, liver damage, spleen damage, nerve damage, learning disabilities, and a whole host of other maladies. Additionally, illicit drug labs produce highly toxic waste in the form of fumes, liquids, and dusts. One such dust is mercuric chloride which causes bone cancer, brain damage and oral lesions. Liquid toxic waste that is dumped down the drain of an illict drug lab chemist will line the drain pipes, and from there, fumes from this toxic waste will work their way back up the drain pipes and escape from *all* of the drain openings and toilets in a building making all occupants very, very sick. BE ADVISED! WHEREAS, IN THE PAST, ILLICIT DRUG LABS WERE KNOWN FOR THEIR SMELLS, ILLICIT DRUG LAB CHEMISTS ARE UTILIZING INGREDIENTS AND METHODS THAT PRODUCE VIRTUALLY NO SMELLS AND VERY LITTLE, IF ANY, CHEMICAL TASTES. For example, the generally banned insecticide Chlordane has no smell. The toxic gas phosfene, which is a by-product, similarly has no smell. While mercuric chloride has a salty, spicy, metallic taste, some people apparently are unable to taste mercuric chloride. I hope that the following story will be of interest to you. Update on "Six+ Bodies May Have Disappeared from Drug Lab Inn" (Parsippany, NJ) (Note: Full Name and address of inn: Howard Johnson Express Inn, 625 Route 46, Parsippany, NJ.) Here's a status update on the HoJo Inn drug lab case, Parsippany, NJ, in which six+ bodies may have disappeared: NO APPROPRIATE ACTION HAS BEEN TAKEN! However, there has been some rather inappropriate action taken. It's really pretty interesting. Here's what happened... Apparently, a NJ State legislator took my prior write-up to the NJ legislature on the Ho Jo Inn case, and he faxed a copy to the Parsippany Police Department. It did not take much detective work on the part of three police investigators to trace the write-up to me, and they came a'knocking on my door with my write-up in hand, this occurring July 8, 2003. The "homicide investigation" which these three conducted did not go exactly as you might have expected. This how their questioning of me went: About ninety percent of the questions were background questions about me, my age, my occupation, my car, my former address, my marital history, my psychiatric history, my drug and medication use, etc. Apparently they were trying dig up dirt about me in order to discredit me and my story. Well, since they didn't find any dirt, they will probably make some up. Almost ten percent of the questions covered their concerns (i.e, paranoia) about what the State Police and F.B.I. were doing on the case, as if I would know that confidential information. One of the investigators stated that the F.B.I. was supposed to call me back. Now, how would he know that? He must have been tapping my phone conversation with the F.B.I. that I had in the middle of the previous night. Moreover, this investigator knew that the F.B.I. failed to call me back as promised, so he must have been monitoring my phone line FOR HOURS for that return call which never took place. Here's a shocker for you: the F.B.I. agent whom I had contacted said that I should move! That's right! He wanted me to move to accommodate the high criminality in the HoJo Inn building which involved a MINIMUM of six illicit drug lab chemists' operating there. A family of six from Virginia mysteriously disappeared (possibly having succumbed to drug lab fumes) abandoning a new car in the Ho Jo Inn parking lot, and the innkeeper there LIED about the family and their car. Other people may have disappeared as well. Now, here's a bigger shocker for you: even though I told the three police investigators that I was not a drug nor medication user, one of those investigators seriously stated that I should take drugs! That's right! He said, "There are some wonderful drugs out there for you." Now, for the entirety of the homicide investigation: one and only one question was asked - sheepishly, I might add - about the family of six that just seemed to have disappeared from the HoJo Inn. The investigator with the title of "Detective" asked: "So, uh, um, what do you think of the people who checked-out?" Note well: he did not choose to use the word "vanished" nor the word "disappeared." No! He could not bring himself to use one of those words, so he chose to use the words, "checked-out" for the value of their "leading" nature and psychological impact on me. I knew that I would be asking for trouble if I pressed the issue too much, so I just pointed to the pertinent paragraphs in the write-up for him to read. Then he said, "So, what do you want me to do with this?" [meaning the write-up] as if I had authority to specify the disposition of a criminal case. I do believe that he was hoping for me to say, "Oh, just forget about it," or "Oh, just chuck it," but I said no such thing. I said that even if I was factored out of the case as a personal complainant, there were still issues that had to be addressed like [the pollution of] the nearby creek that becomes the drinking water of the downstream towns, etc. I then said that I had to get back to what I was doing, and those three then very abruptly turned and left. What the police investigators failed to ask me is just as important as what they did ask. They asked nothing, NOTHING, about the toxic fumes, about where the suspected drug labs were, nor about who the suspected drug chemists were. They asked nothing about the criminal involvement of members of their own police department, and certainly they did not ask if I could identify any such police. Also, they asked nothing about toxic waste dumping at the local branch of the town's public library by one of the suspects at the Ho Jo Inn. All of these points were included in my write-up which the detective referred to as a "complaint". (With this being the case, the "complaint" should be officially on file at police headquarters, right? Do you think that it is?) While the above may or may not truly amaze you, I hope that the following information will... Four day's after the police visited me, I vacated the HoJo Express Inn and moved up the road to the Ramada Limited Inn at 949 Route 46, Parsippany, NJ where I lasted only 12 nights. The air quality there was so unbearably bad from illicit drug lab activities that the place can be termed a "gas chamber of horrors" just like the HoJo Express Inn. Even though I was so deathly ill that I didn't think that I could accomplish it, I managed to escape from the Ramada Limited Inn and moved to the Marriott Residence Inn at 3 Gatehall Drive, Parsippany, NJ. I will give you just one guess as to what awaited me there. Here is some of what happened to me at the Marriott Residence Inn: My face, eyes, lips, and hands would be badly discolored every time I'd arise from bed at which times I'd also feel terribly sick in the most oddball of ways. I've had symptoms of pesticide poisoning. (Pesticides are heavily used in illicit drug labs.) These symptoms include serious neurological sensations in the spine and extremities; muscle spasms; and painful muscle cramps just about everywhere in my body. I've had chemical tastes in and chemical smells from my mouth. At times, I've had what I call "dragon breath;" I'd exhale from my mouth and feel chemical heat. Excruciating toothaches came on in two different jaw locations at the very same time. My leaving the inn for 5 minutes caused the toothaches to subside to nothing; but the toothaches reoccurred upon reentry to my suite. The morning after those two toothaches, I passed so much blood in the toilet that most people would have passed out at the sight of it. Blood has seeped out of the skin over my shin in a cluster of spots for no valid, normal reason. I've developed red skin lesions in an unmentionable location. My big toes are apparently accumulating poisons with my right toe beginning to blacken. This is impairing my ability to walk as much as I'd like, and the condition is just not improving. A bump is rising under my scalp, and I am experiencing severe headaches. But all in all, my Marriott experience is like a walk in the park in comparison to what I suffered at the HoJo Inn and at the Ramada Limited Inn. When the quality of the air at the Marriott worsens, then the very, very, rare insect sightings there are reduced to absolute zero sightings. INSECTS ARE REPELLED BY ILLICIT DRUG LAB FUMES. So, if you have a dearth of insects in your living space and you do not use insecticides, then, in all probability, you have an illicit drug lab in you life. I wanted to include here my prior write-up on the HoJo Inn case which was emailed to the NJ legislature (and to certain members of Congress), but due to length restrictions, I am unable to do so. If you need the prior write-up, just request it from me at [email protected] by reply email. Thank you for your interest in this situation whereby the State of New Jersey is developing a reputation for being the place to visit, get deathly ill, and even die in a hotel room.