Mysterious LA loner with $5m gun arsenal was ‘a human-alien hybrid secret agent sent to save the human race’

Mysterious LA loner with $5m gun arsenal was 'a human-alien hybrid secret agent sent to save the human race' 11
  • Man identified as 60-year-old Jeffrey Alan Lash, of LA County, died July 4 but wasn’t found until July 17 
  • Body was discovered badly decomposed inside a car in Pacific Palisades
  • Lash’s fiancee Catherine Nebron and her employee Dawn VadBunker dumped the body 
  • Police linked the car to Lash’s fiancee’s house nearby and found 1,200 guns and 6.5 tons of ammunition 
  • Fiancee’s attorney said Nebron and VadBunker believed Lash was half-alien savior
  • VadBunker and Nebron fled for Oregon without telling police about Lash’s death because they thought CIA would come to collect his body
  • VadBunker’s mother reported her missing last week after failing to reach her  

An investigation into the death of a California weapons hoarder whose decomposing body was found in a car last week has taken a bizarre turn as it emerged that the man’s fiancee believed he was a part-human, part-alien creature who was sent to earth to save humanity while working as a secret agent.

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The remains of 60-year-old Jeffrey Alan Lash were discovered last Friday in a parked vehicle on Palisades Drive in the Pacific Palisades.

When Los Angeles police searched the home of Lash’s fiancee, Catherine Nebron, they came upon more than 1,200 firearms valued at nearly $5million and more than 6.5 tons of ammunition.

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Major haul: The decomposed body of 60-year-old Jeffrey Alan Lash was found in a parked vehicle in the Pacific Palisades, and police say there is no evidence to suggest he was an arms dealer 

Major haul: The decomposed body of 60-year-old Jeffrey Alan Lash was found in a parked vehicle in the Pacific Palisades, and police say there is no evidence to suggest he was an arms dealer

Dawn VadBunker, 39, who works for Lash's fiancee, believed the man was a part-human, part-alien secret agent

Both VadBunker and her boss, Catherine Nebron, were there when he died July 4

Otherworldly twist: Dawn VadBunker (left and right), 39, who works for Lash’s fiancee, believed the man was a part-human, part-alien secret agent. Both VadBunker and her boss, Catherine Nebron, were there when he died July 4

Initially, Lash was described by a family friend simply as a weird ‘loner,’ but on Wednesday, the already bizarre tale had a new, otherworldly twist to it.

It appears the 60-year-old gun collector had convinced his fiancee and her employee, Dawn VadBunker, that he was a human-alien hybrid working undercover on behalf of secret US government agencies.

VadBunker’s worried mother, Laura VadBunker, told KTLA that the family had become increasingly worried for her state of mind, especially after having spoken to her.

‘It’s worse than a Twilight Zone movie and we’ve lived through hell,’ Laura VadBunker told KTLA over the phone in reference to the odd case.

Lash collapsed July 4 in a Santa Monica parking lot in front his fiancee and 39-year-old Dawn VadBunker.

The man had trouble breathing but refused to be taken to a hospital. The two women attempted to help Lash, but the 60-year-old died.

Instead of alerting the police, Nebron and her personal assistant loaded his body into an SUV parked in the 17000 block of Palisades Drive and left for Oregon.

Delusional: VadBunker and Nebron believed the CIA would come to collect Lash’s body, so they did not bother contacting police before they left town and traveled to Oregon

Missing: VadBunker, a mother of two teenage daughter, was reported missing by her mother July 10, a week after she took off with her boss to Oregon. She later sent her family a letter of apology

It was not until two weeks later that an attorney representing Nebron called police and told them about the decaying corpse.

Defense attorney Harlan Braun said both Nebron and VadBunker believed Lash was a secret agent of extra-terrestrial origin who had been tasked with saving the human race.

Nebron told her lawyer she did not contact police about Lash’s death because she thought his handlers in the CIA or another intelligence agency would come and pick up his remains.

On July 10, a week after she was last seen heading to work in Santa Monica, Dawn VadBunker’s mother reported her missing because the 39-year-old mother of two took off without telling anyone.

As of Thursday morning, Dawn VadBrunker has not returned from Oregon, but she did send her mother a letter apologizing for making her family worry for her.

Mrs VadBunkers believes her daughter may be in the throes of a mental breakdown and wants her to come home to her teenage daughters and seek treatment.

LAPD Deputy Chief Kirk Albanese told The Los Angeles Times Jeffrey Lash’s cache appeared to be a private collection and that there was no evidence that he was selling the weapons or was a licensed firearms dealer.

A man who was found dead and later tied to a home where police found a cache of firearms was a 60-year-old longtime Los Angeles County resident who mostly kept to himself, it has been reported

A man who was found dead and later tied to a home where police found a cache of firearms was a 60-year-old longtime Los Angeles County resident who mostly kept to himself, it has been reported

Massive: Officers said that they needed two trucks to remove all the guns to a safe location

Among the haul was two tons of ammunition, but investigators believe it was a private collection 

Among the haul was two tons of ammunition, but investigators believe it was a private collection

Scene: The man was linked to a home in Pacific Palisades, where his fiancee lives 

Scene: The man was linked to a home in Pacific Palisades, where his fiancee lives

Many of the guns had never been fired and some still had their price tags attached.

‘There are a lot of expensive guns here,’ Chief Albanese told The LA Times.

Harlan Braun, Nebron’s attorney, said police also seized a number of SUVs modified for use on different types of terrains, including an amphibious vehicle, and $230,000 in cash.

Shirley Anderson, the longtime partner of the Lash’s late father, said she hadn’t heard from Lash in five years.

She was called by the L.A. County coroner’s office last week and told that a body had been found and it was believed to be Lash.

Anderson said that Lash, the son of a microbiologist, was set to follow in his father’s footsteps and enrolled at UCLA in the 1980s to study to be a scientist.

However, he dropped out, and not much is known of his life after that, Anderson said.

‘He was just a loner, as far as we were concerned,’ the 93-year-old said.

‘He just became weird because he changed all of a sudden.’

The massive arsenal was recovered from the home in Palisades Drive in Los Angeles, pictured 

The massive arsenal was recovered from the home in Palisades Drive in Los Angeles, pictured

Anderson said she did not know Lash had a fiancee.

She also didn’t know he collected guns, but said he would often go to gun shops.

‘He was not very forthcoming about what he was doing,’ Anderson told the newspaper.

‘He had to be doing something to collect all those guns.’

Officers said that they needed two trucks to remove all the guns to a safe location.

Commander Andrew Smith confirmed the arsenal included rifles, pistols and shotguns.

He told the LA Times: ‘Our truck couldn’t carry it all. We had to go back and make another trip.’

The cause of his death has not yet been determined but it is not being treated as homicide.

Detectives want to find out why he had so many guns and are examining the weapons to determine if they have been linked to any crime. 

Cdr Smith continued: ‘We have a lot of work to do. Running the background, history and legality of these weapons is going to require a tremendous amount of time.

‘It’s not a crime to have a large number of weapons so long as they were legal to own and legally obtained. We want to make sure that’s the case.’ 

Source www.dailymail.co.uk

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  1. Sure, but how many guns would the criminals have had if they’d have robbed this guy while he was out or dead in the trunk? In the UK it’s not the norm for people or police to have guns anyone with this amount of guns has to be a dealer or nuts. Could you really argue that a nutty guy should have enough guns as a small town?

  2. Some collect out of paranoia, some collect because they just like guns, appreciate the mechanics of it, treasure its american past time and like using them to play reinactments with them. Ive been around people who accumulatively brought millions of dollars worth of guns to show off, trade, buy/sell and reinact with…….. many of them were ex-military, police, judges, etc……. its not about how many you have…… its about how responsible you are with them. Gun control only creates more criminals. It shouldnt be about gun control, its gun responsibility that should be pushed and emphasized. Earth Humans are a very primitive human species, and took to weaponry like fish to water. If you abolish guns (or any weaponry), then the only ones who have them are dictators and criminals. Good, well meaning people are then left defenseless and left at the mercy of those who would use such weaponry to force and harm the defenseless people. If you’re ganna get rid of guns, then ALL guns and such must be abolished WORLD WIDE, including the police/government/military. If not, then the only “gun control” is really just the control of the people. People kill, not guns….. guns are only a tool, just like any other weapon….. the gun control thing is a two edged sword – on one hand, it controls citizens and makes them defenseless to those who wish to control them; and on the other hand, it is just another topic that keeps people distracted in argueing amongst one another so that they dont realize thier other freedoms are being limitted or taken away (by those who wish to control them). Now you may be thinking, “well, you’re just saying that cuz you own guns”…… you would be wrong – i dont own a single one, and never have owned one……. doesnt mean i never would, but ive never needed one. In the event tho, that i believe my family or those who i care about wuld be placed in danger, i may just get one as a means of protection…… the golden rule, tho, is – if you draw a gun, then you better be prepared to use it because chances are your attacker wont hesitate to use thiers (whether you are armed or not). People who own guns, only about 40-50% of gun owners ACTUALLY know the rules about gun safety and responsibility….. and only about that same amount of guns are registered to thier owners. Its not gun control that needs to be cracked down on….. its gun safety and responsibility that needs to be cracked down on. Gun laws are going in the opposite direction…… why is that? Because if proper gun laws were made, then more than 79% of law-makers and enforcers would be barred from guns due to thier own laws….. this includes police force, government agencies (such as Homeland, CIA, FBI and FEMA), the military, and your politicians…… food for thought.

  3. Sure Bill Scott that’s a possible source of his wealth. Selling guns on. Felina Marie I agree that more gun control wouldn’t be a bad thing. The fact that this guy has so many yet it was only known after his death is crazy to say the least.

  4. Ok……… im a Starseed, and this doesnt sound like what this lady is trying to make it sound. My ex’s father……. reclusive, lives on a ranch out in the country with his small family, collects guns and has hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of guns and amo, has a bunch of old military vehicles that are also worth hundreds of thousands of dollars – alien hybrid, HARDLY even remotely close. Some people just hoard shit due to paranoia and preffer to be outside the community cuz they like the peace it brings, and not because thier an alien hybrid. Police can’t even confirm that that is what this man said to his fiance (about being a hybrid working for the CIA). The plain fact is that anyone who ditches a body and leaves the state, abandoning her kids and family, all on a small notion, is fricken crazy…… plain and simple. I also sense a red flag here….. more reason to think America has terrorists, that gun owners are crazy and gun control needs to be tightened more, etc…… there’s a difference between real conspiracies and the stories of just plain raving lunatics……. btw, if you think the CIA is working aliens to SAVE our butts then you are sadly mistaken…… CIA is about control and enslavement, and certainly do not opperate to save our butts, not to mention, they would never allow a privately owned weapons stockade – all weapons (except for 2-3 small personal use ones) would be safely kept in an established CIA Armory located somewhere within the city limits, and NOT on civilian personal property. People be watchin WAY too many movies.

  5. The chance of this being real is really big , but only if u believe in aliens and alien hybrids , if u dont know anything about alien hybrids this story seems like bullshit , but i think he preparerd for nibiru he knew what was going to happen he probaly wanted to make a group of survivors with the couple suvs and tons of guns he got the amphibious veichle for when the citys are covers with water

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