Where is Lester Eubanks?


Lester Eubanks confessed to murdering Mary Ellen and was sentenced to Death.

In 1972, the Supreme Court abolished the Death Penalty and Eubank’s sentence was commuted to life without parole. He was moved into the general prison population where he ingratiated himself to inmates and guards alike. He was soon labeled a “Model Prisoner”. As such he was allowed supervised trips outside of the prison walls. Picking up roadside litter, driving a truck with supplies to another prison and errands into town were some examples.

On December 7th, 1973, Eubanks was selected with a group of fellow inmates to go into town to Christmas shop for their families and friends. Each of the prisoners were dressed in civilian clothes, given cash and told to meet again at 2pm for the ride back to prison. Two o’clock came and went with no sign of Eubanks. He had escaped by simply walking away. A search of the town and nearby area produced no results. In the weeks prior, Eubanks had an increase of visitors to the prison. Officials felt he had been helped in the escape. Everyone on the visitor was questioned including his Mother and Father. Detectives felt sure that his Dad knew where Eubanks was but refused to talk about Lester. A third party later revealed that his Dad had taken a phone call from Lester. By the time that detectives got a warrant for Eubanks Sr.’s phone records, Lester had fled the house painting business where he was employed.

Lester had obtained an Ohio hunting license to use as ID because it did not require a fingerprint. Local and Federal warrants were then issued for his arrest.

Since 1973

  • A clerical error voided the warrants for his arrest.
  • He has lived in Michigan, Florida, Texas, Alabama, California, and Washington.
  • Aliases: Victor Young, Pete Eubanks, Lester William Eubanks
  • He has been placed on the F.B.I.’s Most Wanted List.
  • His case has been on Unsolved Mysteries in 2020.

Lester Edward Eubanks

Lester Eubanks’s actual age is 77 years old, as of 2021.

He was born in 1943, and he celebrates his birthday on the 31st of October every year.

Lester stands at 5 feet and 11 inches tall in height. He weighs 175 pounds.

He has a large scar/burn on his upper right arm.

He is a talented artist/painter.

Authorities have increased his reward for information leading to his arrest from $25,000 to $50,000 to capture him.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the nearest U.S. Marshals office or the U.S. Marshals Service Communications Center at 1-800-336-0102.

Is Queen Elizabeth II Circling the Drain?


After being hospitalized, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will being “resting at home for another two weeks. Is this how the Palace is managing her impending death?

At 95, Queen Elizabeth is the longest reigning British monarch. Behind the scenes there is a huge plan to deal with her death under the code word LONDON BRIDGE. It will be put in motion with the code phrase LONDON BRIDGE HAS FALLEN.

In these last hours, the Queen’s senior doctor, a gastroenterologist named Professor Huw Thomas, will be in charge. He will look after his patient, control access to her room and consider what information should be made public. The bond between sovereign and subjects is a strange and mostly unknowable thing. A nation’s life becomes a person’s, and then the string must break.

The Guardian

How will the Public Find Out?

  •  Governors general, ambassadors and prime ministers will learn first.
  • The Palace staff will wear black arm bands, but not in public.
  • A footman in mourning clothes will emerge from a door at Buckingham Palace, cross the dull pink gravel and pin a black-edged notice to the gates. 
  • The palace website will be transformed into a sombre, single page, showing the same text on a dark background.
  • At the BBC, the “radio alert transmission system” (Rats), will be activated – a cold war-era alarm designed to withstand an attack on the nation’s infrastructure. Rats, which is also sometimes referred to as “royal about to snuff it”, is a near mythical part of the intricate architecture of ritual and rehearsals for the death of major royal personalities that the BBC has maintained since the 1930s. 
  • Every TV and radio station, down to hospital radio, has prepared music lists made up of “Mood 2” (sad) or “Mood 1” (saddest) songs to reach for in times of sudden mourning. Regular programming will be suspended.
  • When programming resumes it will be only news. The newsreaders will wear black suits and black ties.
  •  Listeners to Radio 4 and Radio 5 live will hear a specific formulation of words, “This is the BBC from London.
  • On the old boundary of the City of London, outside the Royal Courts of Justice, a red cord will hang across the road. 
  • At 9am, Big Ben will strike. The bell’s hammer will then be covered with a leather pad seven-sixteenths of an inch thick, and it will ring out in muffled tones.