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Alcatraz Secrets – Episode Four – Cal Sweeney

Posted by LOTGK on February 6, 2012

This week’s Alcatraz episode four criminal was Cal Sweeney, sentenced to Alcatraz for robbing bank deposit boxes. Sweeney would not steal the money sitting in the vault, just precise items from selected safety deposit boxes. Of course, he returns to present day and continues his crime spree. Of course agent Madsen captures him and he is returned to the new Alcatraz.

Five Tidbits About Alcatraz Episode Four – Cal Sweeney

1) Cal Sweeney seduces middle aged unmarried female bank tellers to gain access to the safety deposit box vault.

2) Sweeney is looking for an exact object inside one of the deposit boxes. He doesn’t appear to select the boxes at random, but has some sort of plan.

3) Three keys are needed to open the door of a special room under Alcatraz prison. The Warden pushes an inmate through the door. Did you happen to see the expression on the inmates face?

4) As the Warden was escorting the prisoner through the secret door, he tells the inmate, “Your future just got a whole lot brighter.”

5) Warden Harlan is a bad ass Warden. However, although it appears that he is in control he is merely a puppet in an organization orchestrating the abduction and return of the prisoners.

And one more thing.
Just what is the Grassy Knoll Institutes Alcatraz theory…
The inmates were abducted from a mysterious consortium of men from the future. The inmates were then put into suspended animation until present day. The reason for the abduction is to use the inmates to change the course of history for the benefit of the consortium. Once their mission is complete, world events will unfold differently.


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Alcatraz Secrets – Episode Three – Kit Nelson

Posted by LOTGK on January 25, 2012

Alcatraz Secrets

The Grassy Knoll Institute reveals the Secrets of Alcatraz, the new FOX network drama Series.

I tuned in to the new FOX network series Alcatraz produced by J.J. Abrams with high anticipation. The pilot episode revealed 302 prisoners and guards from the rock disappeared on March 21st, 1963 and now 49 years later they are returning one by one to carry out planned missions. And oh yeah, the prisoners have not aged a single day. After the pilot I formulated my theory.

Just what is the Grassy Knoll Institutes Alcatraz theory…
The inmates were abducted from a mysterious consortium of men from the future. The inmates were then put into suspended animation until present day. The reason for the abduction is to use the inmates to change the course of history for the benefit of the consortium. Once their mission is complete, world events will unfold differently.

Five Tidbits About Alcatraz Episode Three – Kit Nelson:

1) Doc Soto was abducted as an 11 year old child and survived. I am guessing this will play significantly in upcoming episodes. Perhaps even the season one cliff hanger.

2) Emerson Hauser: Is he the emissary to the consortium of mysterious men that abducted the Alcatraz 302? He knows much more than he lets on. He is a ruthless S.O.B.

3) Rebecca Madsen: Has a great rack. (Just as Juliet did in Lost)

4) Kit Nelson:
Child killer. The lowest rung on the inmates ladder. He got his ass beat in prison while the guards looked the other way. Nelsons specialty is kidnapping 11 year-old boys. He would leave his signature calling card, a chrysanthemum flower in the boy’s bed. He would force them to go fishing and eat cherry pie, (As was done with his own brother) and then return to the boys home 48 hours later, to deliver the boys body.

But he was stopped and killed before he could finish his plan. Hauser shoots him dead as Nelson held the boy hostage. However, perhaps Nelson had already completed his original mission. (If you recall both inmates before him carried out multiple murders. Perhaps one is the mission objective and the rest are simple get even murders) We will see.

5) Dr. Beauregard: Former 1960 Alcatraz doctor, is also still alive and working in the new modern Alcatraz prison for Hauser. He seems to really enjoy his job. And yes, he has not aged a single day since 1963.

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Alcatraz Secrets – The Pilot Episode

Posted by LOTGK on January 18, 2012

Alcatraz Secrets

The Grassy Knoll Institute Reveals All The Secrets About The FOX network Series, ALCATRAZ.

I watched the new FOX network series Alcatraz last night. My interest was piqued not because it was a new series by ABC Lost producer J.J. Abrams, but because my wife and I had recently visited Alcatraz island and took the in-depth tour. (It was a fantastic tour, well worth the time and money if you are ever in San Francisco)

The show began with a voice over history of the closing of the “Rock,” March 21st, 1963 where 256 prisoners were taken to other maximum security prisons for Alcatraz was quickly eroding and was very costly to maintain.

The next scene was modern-day on the island as hundreds of tourists were walking the grounds when out of thin air former inmate #2024 Jack Sylvanne appears in solitary. Jack was 85 years old but didn’t age a day since he left Alcatraz in 1963.

A flashback to 1963 shows two security guards coming onto the island to find it deserted. (Flashbacks, oh no, not another Lost on our hands)

Back to present time:
Jack steals a coat and boards one of the boats docked and returns back to San Francisco. He immediately hunts down former Deputy Warden E.B. Tiller who was a rotten S.O.B. to Jack and apparently the other inmates. (Ahh, the plot of Alcatraz is revealed)

Enter Emerson Houser, the mysterious government man who has an office below Alcatraz prison. He reveals to detective Rebecca Madsen and Doc Diego Soto (Hurley from Lost) that he has been waiting a long time for the return of the prisoners than vanished in 1963. He seems to know more that what he reveals to Madsen and Doc.

Of course Jack is captured and secretly taken to a hidden facility in the woods. When the steel doors open, inside is an exact replica of Alcatraz prison.

Another prisoner appears and goes on a shooting spree and he is captured but before he is, he shoots Lucy Banerjee, Houser’s side kick. She is in critical condition but another flash back reveals that she was at the prison in 1960 and she hasn’t aged a day.

Cue the Alcatraz logo and music.

Just what is the Grassy Knoll Institutes Alcatraz theory…
Well, Alcatraz certainly has the look and feel like ABC Lost. Flash backs, mystery, time travel, good guys, bad guys, Hurley, a Juliet replacement in detective Madsen, (Great rack) even a character named Jack. Numbers like in Lost are seen throughout the Alcatraz pilot. We have Lost island and Alcatraz island, both have some strange goings on there. Both had some sort of time travel with castaways and inmates gone missing. Maybe even aliens that conducted experiments on the inmates. (Tongue in cheek)

The facts are this:

* The inmates mysteriously disappeared March 21st, 1963.

* The main characters are connected to each other.

* Blood was taken from inmates for some reason.

* One inmate knew something bad was going to happen.

* Lucy is 80 plus years old but appears to be in her 20’s.

* Houser knows more than he is letting on.

* Houser was one of two guards that found the prison empty.

* Madsen has a great rack.

* The inmates that returned are afraid and seem to have no free will of their own. Almost as if they were being controlled by a hidden force.

* Humankind does not have the technology to transport people in time, prevent them from aging, or suspended animation.

OK, here goes, my preliminary theory is:
The inmates were abducted from a mysterious consortium of men from the future. The inmates were then put into suspended animation until present day. The reason for the abduction is to use the inmates to change the course of history for the benefit of the consortium. Once their mission is complete, world events will unfold differently.

Added bonus: Notice the futuristic Alcatraz prison Houser takes the prisoners after they completed their mission. Perhaps this is where the prisoners are put back on ice until they are needed again.

Your thoughts….

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NBC Persons Unknown Theory – Episode Ten

Posted by LOTGK on August 23, 2010

Back from a one week hiatus, NBC Persons Unknown was back on the air Saturday for the 10th installment of the Summer series. Next Saturday the 28th is the two hour series finale where all will be revealed. before we get there, let’s look at what was revealed on Saturday.

* Tonight, we bring back the (*) to skim through the bullet points of Saturdays show.

* The new night watchman, Liam, takes over and sets the captive 7 up for a fall. He is as nervous as a long tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs.

* Liam pampers the guests with a unique gift for each. The gifts are very personal and move the guests emotionally. Later the guests are drugged and sedated.

* We are made aware that there are multiple towns, splitting images of each other where similar experiments are performed on 7 other unlucky people.

* When the captive 7 awake from their drug induced sleep, their personalities have been tweaked. They all seem to get along better.

* The men in the blue jump suits are working over time. They are all over the place.

* News Flash: The men in blue are terrible shots. They had dead aim on the Jeep as it was driving away. Three targets, no windows, open air Jeep, and all 7 of the men couldn’t hit a tire, gas tank, one of the passengers in the Jeep. These guys need fired.

So what does the Grassy Knoll Institute think…..
Last week I announced that the captive 7 were in a virtual reality laboratory. All the participants are interconnected to one another sharing each others thoughts, memories, and feelings. While in this virtual reality laboratory, a battery of physical and mental experiments are performed on them. And who is running these experiments? A New World Order government consortium in partner with a superior race of aliens.

Tonight, let me throw out yet another theory. Perhaps they are in Purgatory, a weigh station to heaven or hell, where the men in blue are angels or demons, depending on your interpretation, to keep the damned in line. Case in point, Liam and Janet are talking at the end of the show. Liam tells her, I think you know why you are here. Because you’re dead Janet. Damn it Janet.

Next Saturday all will be revealed in the two hour series finale. I suspect NBC was hoping for a mega-type hit as Lost was for ABC. Alas, the numbers are way down, Internet buzz barely visible, and water cooler banter non-existent. Let us hope next Saturday brings us some nice surprises.

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NBC Persons Unknown Theory – Episode Eight

Posted by LOTGK on August 1, 2010

Persons Unknown, Episode 8

When I watched the pilot episode of Persons Unknown, I came to the conclusion that it was a rip off of the Twilight Zone and a cheap version of ABC’s Lost. I would like to modify that theory just a tad.

After watching last night’s episode, I am for certain what the show is about. (This is the part where my giant Ego can’t fit on this page) For six years on my Lost page I updated my theory after each episode. From the pilot episode to the finale episode. I stayed true to my theory. I thought it was a fairly believable one. Alas, Lost had a different scenario and we all know how the show ended.

Now, watching last night’s show, I am amending my theory. Here it is. And the Lost fans that have followed this blog for six years will know it straight away.

The 7 eclectic unknown persons are in a virtual reality laboratory. All the participants are interconnected to one another sharing each others thoughts, memories, and feelings. While in this virtual reality laboratory, a battery of physical and mental experiments are performed on them. And who is running these experiments? A New World Order government consortium in partner with a superior race of aliens.

Perhaps the boys of NBC were readers of my Lost blog. Perhaps they took my premise and ran with it. Keep in mind, my theory had elements of the Twilight Zone embedded and you can clearly see the similarities in Persons unknown as well.

To prove my theory, let’s look at last nights episode. Joe is hooked up with multiple electrodes inside a sterile hospital room. A mechanical voice is piped in reprogramming Joe to become part of the program again. Joe refuses to cooperate.

We also learn that once in the program, you can never leave the program.

There are always seven candidates, err, persons for the experiment, err, program.

Joe has been through the program before, he is someone different every time. This time he has a love interest. (Janet)

Seriously, doesn’t the town remind you of a rat maze, where the rats are let loose to follow their every movement. Various stimuli in inserted to determine how the rats will react to each stimuli. For this episode, Bill was a perfect example. Bill breaks down, realizing he has no one back home and has completely alienated himself from the other persons in the town. He pleads to the watching eye for help, he wants to leave, to go home. He also makes the statement when he found the cigarettes at the bar, that you guys must be reading his mind.

Anyway, Bill is outside and chases a book of matches outside the deadly fence line. He does not get electrocuted. He runs up the hill, looks back at the town, and after a minute states, where am I going, I have nowhere to go. Bill returns to the town, kneels down to the watching eye and states he’s back. This is a classic experiment in human conditioning.

Now about Joe and his repeat performance and Tori’s reappearance on the show which I called by the way. This episode is a remake of the Twilight Zone episode titled, Shadow Play. Here is the synopsis of the Twilight Zone episode.

Shadow Play – Original Airdate – 05/05/1961

Monologue:
Adam Grant, a nondescript kind of man found guilty of murder and sentenced to the electric chair. Like every other criminal caught in the wheels of justice he’s scared, right down to the marrow of his bones. But it isn’t prison that scares him, the long, silent nights of waiting, the slow walk to the little room, or even death itself. It’s something else that holds Adam Grant in the hot, sweaty grip of fear, something worse than any punishment this world has to offer, something found only in the Twilight Zone.

Synopsis:
Adam Grant was a man convicted of murder who tries to convince the judge and jury that he is living a nightmare, that everything around him is just an illusion that keeps repeating over and over. He states that the judge, attorneys, and jury are merely players in his dream. The judge asks why he is so concerned of dying if its only a dream and Grant says because since having this nightmare, he hasn’t been able to get any sleep because he always wakes up screaming. He tells his attorney to go home and what he originally thought was for dinner will be something else. What Grant said is true, and the attorneys friends discuss the matter and perhaps get a stay of execution on the lines of insanity. Alas, the call to the governor arrives to late and Adam Grant is electrocuted. The next day, the same events occur once again, Grant in court going through the same motions, except the characters have assumed different roles.

Epilogue:
We know that a dream can be real, but whoever thought that reality could be a dream? We exist, of course, but how, in what way? As we believe, as flesh-and-blood human beings, or are we simply parts of someone’s feverish, complicated nightmare? Think about it, and then ask yourself, do you live here, in this country, in this world, or do you live instead in the Twilight Zone?

Persons Unknown Tie-In:
Men and women in captivity. Going through the motions, each not realizing that they are in an illusion. Except one man, (Joe) who has the knowledge that an experiment is being conducted. He informs everyone that he is part of the program yet he cannot change the outcome as the scenario continues to play out.

When he wakes up, and trust me, Joe will be back on the show next week, but he will be somewhat different, the program will continue. To bolster my theory even more, Tori is now a nurse instead of the wild child she portrayed earlier.

There you have it.

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