This is a bit strange.
A missing person photo of a Minessota man named David Dahl has many people across the internet saying he looks exactly like the accused Tennessee Bomber Anthony Quinn Warner.
David was last seen in Ramsey, Minnesota on November of 2017 and has been missing ever since.
— Pat McGroin (@PhilMcCrotch4) December 28, 2020
Missing in Minnesota reported these details about Dahl’s disappearance:
David was last seen near the 7600 block of 181st Avenue northwest in Ramsey, Minnesota at 3:00 a.m. on November 14, 2017. He was on foot at the time, didn’t have a vehicle or a cell phone, and not properly dressed for the winter weather. He has never been heard from again.
According to his daughter, Dahl had been released from the hospital just a few days before his disappearance. He has a history of homelessness, sleeping in a tent during the winter of 2016-2017, and has good survival skills. It’s possible he sought shelter in a local barn.
The #FBI and #ATF are seeking info concerning the owner of the RV, Anthony Quinn Warner, linked to the explosion in downtown Nashville on Friday morning. Recognize him? Call 1-800-CALL-FBI or submit tips online at https://t.co/hG6KFmQ7dG. @FBI @ATFHQ @ATFNashville pic.twitter.com/o8fqiHkATl
— FBI Memphis (@FBIMemphis) December 28, 2020
Can you help the Ramsey Police Department find David Dahl, missing since November 14th?
Call the Ramsey PD at 763-427-6812 or dial 911. https://t.co/UTWljfxklP
— Ramsey Sheriff (MN) (@RamseySheriff) November 21, 2017
According to Yahoo News the FBI declared Anthony Quinn Warner the man behind the Nashville Bombing:
Anthony Quinn Warner is the person of interest investigators have linked with the Christmas day explosion in Nashville, police chief John Drake confirmed Sunday.
Warner, 63, is a longtime Nashvillian who held several IT jobs throughout his life. Federal authorities are scouring the city for evidence on Warner.
Public records show he had extensive experience with electronics and alarm systems. He recently worked as an independent computer technician with the real estate firm Fridrich & Clark.
I’m not trying to push a conspiracy theory down your throat but on a side note, the CIA during the Cold War used MK-Ultra on several missing persons in order to study the effects of mind control and see if they could break a person down to do something against their will.
Anyway, do you think they look alike?
Let us know your opinion in the comments down below.