Milton Eckhardt is a semi-retired farm equipment
wholesaler. He loves football, Italian food and
Tai-Chi. But why are the top Energy Company executives
petrified of this man?
Glenn Friedman, VP of Finance for Shell explains:
"Milton Eckhardt aka 'The Black Asp' spent 5 weeks inhabiting the
ducts and crawlspace of my Jacksonville home where my family
resides. He whipsered taunting messages to my children from behind
the walls, emitting awful hissing sounds. We went mad trying
to discover the origin. We felt an evil presence but could do
nothing about it. This morning he appeared in a serpent mask
at the foot of my bed, covered in blood. He had massacred my
family and told me to warn my colleagues 'Beware The Black Asp'.
Later that week Milton Eckhardt connected with me on LinkedIn
and at the top of his occupations was 'The Black Asp'."
Since April of 2004 Eckhardt has been engaging in a horrifying
chess game involving the families of energy industrialists that has
culminated in the brutal slaughter of 37 innocent people.
"Terror is my currency." says Eckhardt "It nourishes my
spirit and focuses my mind. It makes me whole." He has chosen to
exclusively target energy company executives because he saw a very
convincing documentary about hydraulic fracturing (fracking) on
Netflix, and felt he could make a difference.