The Curious Case of Dr. Byron Glenn

Dr. Byron Glenn at Cape Urgent Care is seen in this 2010 file photo. (Fred Lynch) Southeast Missourian Newspaper

On Wednesday February 6, 2013 Cape Girardeau, Missouri physician Byron Glenn was indicted and arrested for mail fraud, passing bad money orders and bad checks. On Thursday February 7, 2013 the Southeast Missourian reported:

A Cape Girardeau physician was indicted and arrested Wednesday on felony charges of mail fraud and passing fake money orders and checks. 

Byron Cornelius Glenn, 57, was arrested on a five-count indictment on felony counts of passing a fictitious instrument with intent to defraud, one felony count of making a fictitious instrument with intent to defraud, and one felony count of mail fraud, according to a release sent by the United States Attorney’s Office Eastern District of Missouri.

Glenn is accused of using three money orders — one for almost $150,000, another for about $27,000 and a third for almost $490,000 — “purported to be drawn” on an account using a U.S. Treasury routing number to pay off mortgages.

He also is accused of writing a check using a routing number from a U.S. Federal Reserve Bank in Cleveland for $250,000 to pay to Cape Urgent Care, Inc., and of using a $171,000 “account closed” check to pay First State Community Bank from an account at Bank of America that didn’t have sufficient funds. Federal prosecutors say Glenn knew the account was closed and didn’t have the money in it to cover the check.

The indictment charges the offenses occurred between July and December 2012

On February 13 the same publication reported:

A Cape Girardeau physician indicted last week on fraud charges has pleaded not guilty in federal court. 

Byron Cornelius Glenn, 57, told a magistrate judge he was not guilty of felony charges of mail fraud and passing fake money orders and checks. He also asked, through his lawyers, for two weeks to prepare for the next phase of federal court proceedings. Judge Lewis M. Blanton set a hearing for March 6 to hear pretrial motions.

If you think it might seem strange that a successful physician could be charged for a mail fraud scheme that involved hundreds of thousands of dollars , you might be surprised to find out that the story only gets more strange and it is not the first time that Dr. Glenn has been the focus of the Southeast Missourian.

On July 10, 2011 Dr. Glenn was the focus of a Southeast Missourian story that questioned his involvement in a doomsday group that was preparing for  brown dwarf star known as “Planet X” to collide with and destroy much of the earth.

Glenn said he’s been harassed and threatened by doomsday believers of “Planet X,” an idea spreading in the blogosphere and in online chat rooms about a brown dwarf star, a low-mass object rapidly approaching the solar system and bent on destroying much of the Earth. He said that believers, apparently followers of Terral L. Croft, or “Terral03” as he is known in anxiety-ridden chat rooms, have shown up at his North Mount Auburn Road family practice demanding answers.

“I’m not the leader of any group. I can’t tell people what to do. I don’t want to,” Glenn told the Southeast Missourian last week when asked about his connection to Croft’s “research group,” reportedly made up of people who plan to head for caves in Missouri’s Ozarks in the coming weeks. The plan, according to Croft and a series of online correspondence in recent months, is to ride out the earthquakes, floods, volcanoes and other calamities they believe to be coming, thanks to the magnetic and polarizing effects of Planet X.

Croft, in letters to members of the group, describes Glenn as his good friend, a man he’s been acquainted with for some time. He and others say Glenn is leading the Ozark survivalist. Glenn says he’s never met Croft, a man he describes as “out there” and “on the edge,” a Revelation chaser and Sept. 11 conspiracist.

“I am not the leader of any Ozark survival group,” Glenn said

Despite his denials Dr. Glenn’s name continued to appear on message boards and websites across the internet and blogosphere. On September 4th, 2013 a post appeared on Godlike Productions, a website and forum dedicated to “UFO’s and Conspiracy Theorist”. Stating that Dr. Glenn had appeared on the Freedom’s Lips radio program to clarify his position on the “Planet X” issue. According to the post:

For those of you not familiar with the Dr. Glenn story, back on Memorial Day weekend he looked at Elenin when it reached outside orbit position.  Dr. Byron Glenn is a Physician and an amateur astronomer who, after conferring with Terral, decided to look at Elenin when it reached outside orbit position with Regulus shining light from behind the area from May 28th – May 30th.  Then, on June 22nd, Dr. Glenn described on what he saw on those 3 consecutive nights.  On June 22nd, live on air, he stated that he observed Elenin and then directly behind Elenin, slightly off to the right, he had seen a large black area that would come in front of Regulus and there were seven orbitals going around this black area (one red orbital, four white orbitals, and two blue orbitals).  Anyway, since that June 22nd statement from Dr. Glenn, his testimony has been misconstrued and after that he and Terral had a falling out and Dr. Glenn is no longer a part of Terral’s survival group. 

So, last night, September 3rd, at around 11:30 PM, on, Dr. Glenn came on air and made a brief two minute statement to Francis to clear up the confusion (the audio clip is at the bottom of this post).  Dr. Glenn made the following points:

1) He’s in total agreement with Francis about Elenin being a comet and he concurs with Francis as to Elenin’s current location

2) He never said he saw a brown dwarf, he’s never seen a brown dwarf, and he is definitely of the opinion that there is NOT a brown dwarf behind Elenin

3) What he saw back on Memorial Day weekend when Elenin was at outside orbit position was a magnetic field (which is the area where there is supposedly the “gravity well”) with orbitals going around it (the seven orbitals he’s described before which consist of a red one, two blue ones, and four white ones)

4) What he saw, specifically, was comet Elenin, which he confirmed is a comet, and that Elenin is right on the leading edge of a large magnetic field of some sort (which is what the seven orbitals pop in and out of).  The leading edge of this magnetic field is behind Elenin and extends “some 16AU across”, according to Dr. Glenn in the audio clip

>> Also, Dr. Glenn’s description of this large magnetic field that Elenin is at the leading edge of sort of makes me think about the whole situation with NASA and the “Magnetic Ribbon” that has been discussed on the web, which is supposedly closing in on the Earth and is supposed to be affecting the Earth.

The post also contained a link to a recording of someone who , they say, is Dr. Glenn, but upon clicking on the link, the audio has been removed. A quick search revealed what appears to be the same interview by a poster on YouTube, which can be heard by clicking on this link.

As outlandish as some of the theories surrounding Dr. Glenn appear, the recent explosion of a meteor in Russia makes one wonder is there something that NASA isn’t telling us?

On February 15, 2013 reported:

BOSTON – A newly discovered asteroid about half the size of a football field will pass nearer to Earth than any other known object of its size on Friday, giving scientists a rare opportunity for close-up observations without launching a probe.

At its closest approach, which will occur at 2:24 p.m. EST/1924 GMT, the asteroid will pass about 17,200 miles (27,520 km) above the planet travelling at 13 km per second, bringing it nearer than the networks of television and weather satellites that ring the planet…

Although Asteroid 2012 DA14 is the largest known object of its size to pass this close, scientists say there is no chance of an impact, this week or in the foreseeable future.

On Friday February 15, 2013 Fox News reported:

A meteor streaked across the sky and exploded over Russia’s Ural Mountains  with the power of an atomic bomb Friday, its sonic blasts shattering countless  windows and injuring about 1,100 people.

The spectacle deeply frightened many Russians, with some elderly women  declaring that the world was coming to an end. Many of the injured were cut by  flying glass as they flocked to windows, curious about what had produced such a  blinding flash of light.

The meteor — estimated to be about 10 tons and 49 feet wide — entered the  Earth’s atmosphere at a hypersonic speed of at least 33,000 mph and shattered  into pieces about 18-32 miles above the ground, the Russian Academy of Sciences  said in a statement. But The meteor hit less than a day before Asteroid 2012 DA14 is to make the  closest recorded pass of an asteroid to the Earth for a rock of its size —  about 17,150 miles. But the European Space Agency said its experts had  determined there was no connection — just cosmic coincidence.

It doesn’t take a professional astronomer to question the timing of the asteroid’s arrival and the meteor crash in Russia. It certainly seems like more than a “cosmic” coincidence.  One also has to wonder the circumstances of Dr. Glenn’s arrest.  Was he an over zealous survivalist looking to cash in on the end of the world, or did he discover somthing that the powers that be not wish to be made public.

Perhaps the events that lead to the arrest of Dr. Glenn are all a “cosmic coincidence”, perhaps not. Whatever the case may be, no one could ever accuse Dr. Glenn of being a boring or uninteresting individual.

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