Who was "the man in a goatee" wearing a "white and blue plaid shirt" seen in conjunction with the red dawn event at the Aurora, Colorado theater shooting? This is a visual/video followup and update to the earlier, "Aurora's Second Man?"
John A. Keel often wrote of mystery men who were said to be wearing lumberjack checked and sports plaid shirts. In the mass shooting in Seattle on May 30, 2012, which left six dead, a man with a "plaid shirt and black pants" was initially said to have been the shooter, even though video releases do not show this visual of the man in the cafe. That shooting location was the counterculture arts cafe, Cafe Racer on Roosevelt Way, near a local university. Several artists and musicians were the victims in that Seattle shooting.
Wade Michael Page, the Oak Creek, Sikh Temple, Wisconsin shooter, called Holmes Avenue home, and use to live in Littleton, Colorado, where Columbine occurred. He was a former psychological operations specialist out of Ft. Bragg, Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Meanwhile, several Aurora eyewitnesses and the police 911 tapes are producing more questions than answers. "A man in a goatee" who may have been wearing a "white and blue plaid shirt" was mentioned frequently before the "lone nut suspect" (allegedly James Holmes) became the only story.
The mixing and matching of the alternative media's thoughts on Skull and Bones, Batman, The Dark Knight Rises, Holmes, Aurora, Libor, and multiple suspects are all getting hard to follow. And, the mystery remains, who was the Aurora arsonist?
What question did the man ask to get tazed, bro?
One way to approach the conspiracy hypotheses and the Info Wars/Alex Jones material is to not let them dilute your reading on the raw elements with anyone else's wild theories. Just let the facts of the cases stand on their own revelations and come to your own conclusions.