Needless to say, for several weeks I've been writing about all the tridents appearing in various stories.
On September 10, 2014, I wrote about "Tridents, Pitchforks, and Satan in the News."
After specifically defining the trident versus the pitchfork, I noted, "The 'pitchfork' of Satan looks remarkably like a trident. One has merged with the other."
Then on September 11, 2014, I shared the details of the breaking news that "David Icke-Inspired School Shooter T. J. Lane Escapes From Prison on 9/11."
It turned out that Lane was caught six hours after escaping, but for awhile, it was a rather dramatic 9/11 story.
The next morning, September 12, 2014, I overviewed the 9/11 incidents, including Lane's capture and the fact that "Pokémon Invades White House Lawn."
Now tonight, Monday, September 15, 2014, the news comes across the wire that – unbelievably – escaped school shooter T. J. Lane was CARRYING A PITCHFORK!
As one comment maker, Cory Panshin, nicely put it: "Color me officially freaked."
Talk about a "coincidence" that feels far from one! You can't make this stuff up.
AP reporter Andrew Welsh-Huggins wrote: "The school shooter who briefly escaped from an Ohio prison last week had a pitchfork when he was captured, the state patrol said Monday as newly released records added to the picture of an inmate frequently in trouble behind bars. T.J. Lane, convicted of killing three students at Chardon High School in the Cleveland area in 2012, did not threaten officers with the pitchfork, and it isn't known where he got it from, said patrol Lt. Craig Cvetan." Source.
And there is more:
"On Friday, the morning after the escape and while back in custody, he was found with excess property in his cell, including clothes, 15 books and Pokemon video game cards, according to prison records provided to The Associated Press through an open records request. Prison officials confiscated the items. The book titles weren't available." Source.
Pitchfork. Pokémon video game cards. I wonder what the titles of those 15 books are?
What madness is this?