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Authorities are looking into evidence that Nashville RV bomber Anthony Quinn Warner spent time hunting for aliens and was interested in “lizard people,” ABC News reported.
Law enforcement sources told the outlet that investigators found some of Warner’s writings containing ramblings about various conspiracy theories.
Some of the notes were reportedly about the lizard or reptilian conspiracy — the idea that shape-shifting lizard creatures take on human form in an attempt at world domination.
Authorities believe the 63-year-old loner also spent time hunting for alien life forms in a nearby state park, the outlet reported.
It’s unclear if any of these beliefs or behaviors are connected in any way to the Christmas morning suicide blast.
Investigators are also reportedly probing whether Warner, a local IT expert, was motivated to target an AT&T building over fears of 5G cellular technology and his paranoid suspicions that it is killing people and being used to spy on Americans.
The blast significantly hampered cell service in Tennessee and across the South.
It was preceded by an audio recording from the RV urging locals to evacuate the area, suggesting to investigators that his motive was destruction, but not death.
Warner also reportedly may have believed that the suicidal attack would lead him to be revered as a “hero.”
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