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Brighton Publishing releases “The Invisible Crime" by Michael F. Bell in Print Version
Michael F. Bell presents a spine-tingling look at the world of high-tech stalking, mind control, and the criminal underground.
Michael Bell was living a typical life for an upper-middle class man in America. Soon though, Michael would become a target in the crosshairs of an underground organization bent on controlling the minds and bodies of all Americans and…it appears that they will start with him.
Armed with high-tech weaponry, including microchip technology, this underground organization chooses to disregard the conventional rules and instead they reign terror down upon one person—Michael.
The author makes it clear that The Invisible Crime is not a “fictional”
In this terrifying, true-life account, writer Michael Fitzhugh Bell is drugged, abducted, raped, and surgically implanted with microchips that strip him of his very freedom to make the choices each of us take for granted. Tracked and tortured, Michael’s predators are even able to read his thoughts.
In this battle of David versus Goliath, or man versus technology, Michael must prove his case to the police before his attackers not only eliminate his memory, but eliminate Michael himself.
“Michael Fitzhugh Bell’s book lends credence to those readers that may deal with a hint of paranoia from time to time,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing. “Bell’s ability to conduct his own research and present verifiable information is on par with a few exceptionally gifted investigative journalists.”
From the terror of being electronically stalked to the horror of surgically implanted microchips and mind control, Michael Fitzhugh Bell’s experiences as a victim will leave you looking in the rearview mirror a bit more often.