Who knew me being accused of writing a book would cause such a riot? I’ve actually been published before, so I’m technically an author. It was just a 500 word article I wrote in 2009. It wasn’t a major publication and I was never compensated for it.
For a week, I had been hearing a rumor that I was writing a book about the LISK case. I heard this rumor from multiple sources. This was a major rumor that spearheaded my being blocked by MG.
I couldn’t understand where the rumor was coming from. I had written an article about the case to have published in the paper in Ft. Myers, but it never panned out. I had shared the article with Susie.
I’m still not entirely sure what Susie’s motivation for spreading these false rumors about me were. At this point, after some reflection, she may have personally known CPH or his wife and was trying to protect them, but that’s only my best guess.
After a week of these rumors, ps149 posted a link to Confessions of the Oak Beach Drifter. He made sure to point out that the “drifter” author was currently living in Central Florida (where my Websleuths profile said I was from). The “drifter” has never been named in the media, and the author went with the pen name, “W”. The name of the narrator in the book is “Vito Sarfati”.
So many aliases being used. Something wasn’t making sense, though. The author claimed that he MAY have been involved with SG’s murder, but he wasn’t sure if it was a dream or drug-induced hallucination. Why would you claim to have raped and abused women since childhood for the first 3/4 of the book and then say you MAY have murdered SG after two years of never being named in the media?
The claim of there being a “drifter” at Brewer’s the night SG was there came from a “witness” (according to police) after the first 4 victims were found. W= Witness?
There is a Master Vito and Master Damian (name used to describe a well known drug dealer in the book) who are prominent in the BDSM scene on Long Island and Manhattan.
He added this picture to the post on the bottom: