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1996-05-24 00:00:00 - What's The Frequency, Tom? - (puddintame@aol.com)


Chris Pappas raised a good question when he wrote wrote: >If all the military stuff was added to the negatives, that means that the frequency >displayed on the soldier's radio was added too. Does that mean that They wanted >Tom to find it and listen? That would mean the whole stumble accross the FBI getting >hit at Herritage House thing was a set up. If that was a set up, then the lead to the >FBI was a Them production too. If that was a Them production, so was the information >he was fed there about the negatives being doctored. If the negatives weren't doctored, >that means that the frequency was the real deal. If the frequency was the real deal, >that means that Tom showing up at Heritage House was a surprise. Oops. I think we >have a paradox. I had to ponder this for awhile and this is what I came up with. As you recall, at the beginning of "Bed of Lies"(aka "Marathon") Tom talks about blowing up a section of negative he had never seen on any printed photo before. Maybe before it was a recent alteration to the negatives. Remember "Contact"? Mr. Hale stole and then returned the negatives to Tom...ostensibly as a "sign of good faith". But what if, while he had them in his possession, Hale altered the negatives yet again, adding the soldier's radio frequency...knowing that this would eventually lead Tom to Heritage House and ultimately all the answers? This is the only solution that makes sense to me.

1996-05-24 00:00:00 - Re: What's The Frequency, Tom? - (puddintame@aol.com)


Another thought: Suppose Tom really WAS a double-agent. He may have planted that radio frequency in the negatives himself during Project Gemini while they were being altered, hoping that it would be a clue he could discover later on and bring him back home to Hertitage House

1996-05-25 00:00:00 - Re: What's The Frequency, Tom? - (bmitten@direct.ca)


In article <4o4eho$8r5@newsbf02.news.aol.com>, puddintame@aol.com says... > >Another thought: > >Suppose Tom really WAS a double-agent. He may have planted that radio >frequency in the negatives himself during Project Gemini while they were >being altered, hoping that it would be a clue he could discover later on >and bring him back home to Hertitage House That brings up a whole new set of possible theories about Tom suspecting ahead of time that he was going to be erased and therefore planting information in places he would be likely to find eventually. It could help explain how he's managed to make such good progress against such a powerful emissary...