Jack Thomas of Rundle Vision found dead, Robert Rundle is missing , wearabouts are being sought....

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Reverend William

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Sep 9, 1999, 3:00:00 AM9/9/99
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Money man Jack Thomas of Internet Web Site known as Rundle Vision was found
dead at a Studio City motel on Ventura blvd. Police found Mr. Thomas back
to the bed at the Topper motel, mouthful of blood and vomit. Coroner
reports state Thomas had swallowed a Gillette razor blade and sliced his
inner throat open. Police investigating think it could be murder because
Rundle Vision creator/founder Robert Rundle is missing and his wife Linnea
Quigley is currently in the hospital suffering from a deep coma that
afflicted her the night of Mr Rundle's disappearance. North Hollywood
Detective Bryce Anderson says there were signs of a struggle and a forced
entry was evident but nothing else is available at the time. It is said
that the Rundle Vision company had received threatening phonecalls of a most
disturbing nature one week prior...

Bill Wendall
Chronicle of St Mary.

Scott Bethel

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Sep 9, 1999, 3:00:00 AM9/9/99
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Isn't it a well known fact that Jack Thomas was a notorious cocaine addict
(along with his deep love for downing fifths of Jack Daniels)? Isn't it
actually this that led to his delusional state and eventual demise?

robhillf...@gmail.com

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Jun 21, 2017, 1:23:05 PM6/21/17
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On Thursday, September 9, 1999 at 8:00:00 AM UTC+1, Reverend William wrote:
> Money man Jack Thomas of Internet Web Site known as Rundle Vision was found
> dead at a Studio City motel on Ventura blvd. Police found Mr. Thomas back
> to the bed at the Topper motel, mouthful of blood and vomit. Coroner
> reports state Thomas had swallowed a Gillette razor blade and sliced his
> inner throat open. Police investigating think it could be murder because
> Rundle Vision creator/founder Robert Rundle is missing and his wife Linnea
> Quigley is currently in the hospital suffering from a deep coma that
> afflicted her the night of Mr Rundle's disappearance. North Hollywood
> Detective Bryce Anderson says there were signs of a struggle and a forced
> entry was evident but nothing else is available at the time. It is said
> that the Rundle Vision company had received threatening phonecalls of a most
> disturbing nature one week prior...
>
> Bill Wendall
> Chronicle of St Mary.

I realise I'm probably 18 years late, but I'm currently researching Robert Rundle and have been unable to find anything at all about this incident online. If anyone knows anything about this and happens to see my message, I'd be extremely grateful if you got in touch.
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