| Tracy Twyman |
(author, researcher, VIPaedophile/Premature death)
|Born||28 August 1978|
Kansas City, US
|Died||July 2019 (Age 40)|
Cause of death
|Victim of||premature death|
|Interests|| • Mind control|
• Knights Templars
• The Holy Grail
An investigator into claims of paedophilia in Hollywood. She was found dead in 2019. A posthumously released video include discussion and details of death threats against her.
Tracy R. Twyman was a producer of podcasts and an independent investigator into occult and esoteric history. She wrote at least one work of fiction and about 6 non-fiction books.
In 2018?? she began to research Isaac Kappy's claims of Hollywood/VIPaedophile. After her mysterious death in July 2019, a video was released onto YouTube in which she details death threats against her and reveals that she had been in touch with Kappy, who himself died suddenly 2 months previously.
- 1996-2003 - Dagobert's Revenge, an "underground esoteric history magazine"
- 2005 - Solomon’s Treasure: The Magic and Mystery of America’s Money
- 2008 - Mind Controlled Sex Slaves And The CIA.
- 2011 - The Merovingian Mythos and the Mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau - On 19 July 2019, the Amazon price was $230 for a new copy and $123 for a new one.
- 2011 - Money Grows on the Tree of Knowledge - An esoteric history of money that received 25 starts from 5 users.
- 2014 - Clock Shavings - On 19 July 2019, the Amazon price was $994 for a new copy and $282 for a new one.
- 2015 - Baphomet: The Temple Mystery Unveiled (11/13 reviewers gave it 5/5 stars.
- 2017 - Genuflect - Twman's first novel, which she hints may have been something of a roman a clef. The Amazon page notes that "This book contains scenes of rape, torture, and murder of people, including children, that any sane person will find disturbing. Note: While several of the characters in this story have certain aspects based on known, powerful figures in the modern world, I make no claim that these people are involved in any nefarious deeds such as those depicted here, nor is it my intention to malign them. These characteristics were borrowed for artistic purposes only. 14/16 reviewers gave the book 5/5 starts, one 4 & one 1. One verified purchased commented that "This was the most disturbing book I have ever read, but I could not stop reading it."
The circumstances of Tracy Twyman's death are unclear.
Posthumously released video
Tracy Twyman made a 27 minute video which on May 24 she reportedly gave to just 2 friends for safekeeping, one of whom posted it after her death. It included details of threats against her, and her suspicions that her computer was hacked, connections between her own case and that of Isaac Kappy and about a "creepy" Arizona campground that was suddenly closed later.
By 18 July 2019, Tracy Twyman's YouTube channel had no content.