I think this says it all.
Okay, I have just GOT to share with you the strangest, weirdest and most delusional site ever!!! Read on for the details. I can’t believe that this one is for real, but according to what I have learned through my investigations, this guy and his wife actually believe everything on their site. Sorry, but like spicy food with a sore throat, I am having a hard time swallowing that . . .
These folks live on a remote hillside in Southern Oregon, in Azalea, and they seem to have somehow gotten the idea that THEY have a valuable piece of property, (apparently the only one in Oregon, based on the number of people they claim are involved in trying to snatch this place out from under them). I’ve seen it, and it sure doesn’t look that way to me. In my opinion it’s a not much of a place, with no house (they live in a shipping container like you might find on the back of a truck, loaded with various nuts and perhaps some fruitcakes, headed down the road to a local asylum). Their crate/house sits close to the road and they have a blue plastic outhouse in their front yard. It’s lovely . . . (not). According to posts on their own website, the property also has a defective septic system, done as part of the incomprehensible scheme to steal their land.
Anyway, I don’t care how these people live, but they appear to have really gone off the deep end and are accusing anybody and everybody of being in on some kind of a HUGE plot to steal their land!!! Not only a statewide conspiracy, but one that even has federal officials involved in the plot. To prove their point they cite “relevant” references going back over 100 years and having nothing to do with anything, as far as I can tell.
They think their place is perfect for a vineyard, but this is TOO funny for words! It is rough, steep, loaded with trees, and COLD in the winter. I guess they don’t understand about altitude and have never heard of winterkill, not to mention that the place is far from anything and has no flat spots to process any grapes you might be lucky enough to get.
Still, as far as I can tell they think EVERYBODY is out to get them. Their site lists not only the IRS, but also the power company, the phone company, the satellite TV company, their Internet service provider, neighbors that they don’t even know and have never met or even spoken to, the county sheriff’s office, no less, and countless others, all of whom are in on the plot to steal this one little bit of land. (LOL)
They also seem to think everybody knows about them and has heard all kinds of terrible things about them. Based on talking to some local folks, it seems to me that a lot of people have no idea what’s going on and don’t really care. Never heard of this big conspiracy and don’t want to. Truth be told, these people’s own website is responsible for a lot of the negative opinions folks have formed about them. From the safety of a website that allows for no commentary or even the possibility that there might be another side of things, they slam pretty much anybody and everybody, for no apparent reason, then complain that people and businesses won’t talk to them anymore. Gee, I wonder why not? DUH!
The entire world revolves around them, according to my understanding of their website. The attorney they hired is corrupt because she didn’t get them what they wanted. The satellite installers are sneaking people from the sheriff’s department onto their property for secret inspections. The power company is illegally monitoring their power usage. The UPS driver is stealing and opening packages because, umm, well actually I’m not sure why, but he is, according to them. (Interesting update — UPS will no longer deliver to these people!) Friends supposedly tried to entrap them for the benefit of the sheriff’s department – not sure what law enforcement is gaining from all this, so maybe I need to read the site again, but it is all part of a land grab directed at these people alone. There’s plenty more.
Wow – talk about narcissistic with delusions of grandeur . . .
Now they are giving out people’s names, home addresses, and phone numbers, too. A whole page of them, and ALL of these people are plotting against them for one little bit of land!! How much would their land have to be worth to make it valuable enough for so many people to band together to steal it? After all, there are some really nice places available in the area for a reasonable price, much nicer than what they have. Pretty funny, when you think about it, in a sad sort of way.
Speaking of which, there’s one place where the man, who supposedly thinks he is some kind of a web genius, says one of his neighbors won’t say where she got his “private” email address. DUH!!! I got it — plus his street address and other info — in about 30 seconds by running a whois on his website. I’m thinking he has no clue about much of anything except how to turn the most innocent of events into collusion and conspiracy.
What I really DO think is that these folks either have serious delusions of grandeur OR they are hoping to sell their story to the Enquirer or maybe turn it into a Lifetime movie – IF they can convince anyone there’s any truth to it. But with all their wild claims, they may be too much even for The Onion, much less Hollywood. Perhaps they could give Jerry Springer a ring . . .