Conventions of the Site

By Glenn. May 1st, 2010

Perhaps this is a good time to mention again one of the basic conventions of this site: We take it as a given that one day the objects of our investigation will discover that we are investigating them. Everything we post here takes this in mind. In particular, it is our opinion that people who do not age are likely to be particularly cautious about many things, and especially about unwanted identification.

Therefore, we never show their faces, even when we do possess images; in some cases, we show incorrect images. We also hide or disguise various other important details.  For example, the area of Oklahoma we describe as “off the map” is not necessarily in Oklahoma. Also, some of the photos we use are designed to slightly misdirect. Finally, we never disclose actual names. All the names posted here are pseudonyms. Our overall hope is that when actual Immortals find this site, they will realize that we have taken pains not to put them in danger. — Glenn, Kate, Flyss and Stephen

1 Comment

  1. DLerSavant says:

    Yeah? And so convenient if you don’t have a scrap of proof.

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