A Letter to the Editor 10

In which The Author follows up on an earlier letter

This one was written in April 2002, and sent to the South Wales Echo, who declined to print it. It’s a follow-up to the earlier (published) ‘Letter to the Editor 1.

On 27 September last year, you printed a letter from me in which I suggested that Shamrock Coaches had developed a Stealth Bus, invisible to all forms of detection. I am pleased to report that I have just returned from a Public Enquiry into Shamrock Coaches at Rhondda Magistrates’ Court, held over three days under the chairmanship of Traffic Commissioner David Dixon. The experience has been, to say the least, enlightening.
During the enquiry, Mr Clayton Jones wove a tangled web of conspiracy theories involving various arms of the Vehicle Inspectorate, Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council, the police, head teachers of schools throughout south Wales, the Traffic Area Office, and a powerful supercomputer, which is apparently situated somewhere in Pontypridd and has the ability to alter time and space. I suspect that a major cover-up into the Stealth Bus phenomenon has been implemented by some shadowy organisation, and that Mr Jones and I are working on the same problem, but from different angles.
Sadly, I must admit that my mind wandered at the point in which the FBI, extraterrestrials from the Sirius C System, dolphins, the Bavarian Illuminati, and the lost civilisation of Atlantis entered the picture. One can only hope that the tapes of the proceedings shed some light on the matter – or will they prove to have been mysteriously erased when they are played back? In the meantime, my research continues. After all, my doctor reassures me that I’m not paranoid. Therefore, someone must really be up to something …