I have a real name: Andrew Mallory. The "ama11ory" (using 2 one's) is a username that I employ in many places since amallory (with 2 L's) is generally not available.
Since about 2002, I have been moving around from house to house, and town to town. I am originally from Ohio, but in mid-2006 I adopted a new home state: Nevada.
I was living between Nevada and Ohio for a few years from 2006 to 2014. I purchased a sailboat in Ventura, Kalifornia, in 2015. I'm still sitting there for now.
It is unlikely I will return to Ohio again. I was contemplating fleeing the USA by boat, but the election of President Trump changed that plan temporarily. Our country has a chance, it's just not a good chance.
Last updated May 3, 2018
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My own personal situation is rather unusual for my age --I was forcibly retired. To be more specific, I was actually thrown out of the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) in late 1994 on "disability". The "disability" was a psychological assessment (stress or PTSD) and was the result of a year long battle with a supervisor that resulted in eleven grievances being filed. In short, I was essentially thrown out for filing grievances. I did not know that I would never see a "real" job again. It was all small stuff after that, like guard jobs.
Perhaps the most profound result of losing my job with the FAA in late 1994 was my stumbling into the (then) Art Bell show (now called the Coast to Coast AM show with George Noory). This was a VERY important event in my life. That show was the beginning of my indoctrination into the so-called "paranormal". When you are stuck in a guard shack late at night, this show would tend to get ones attention back in that time. The Coast to Coast AM show has been in decline since the turn of the millennium, however, and nowadays my principal "anchor show" has become The Alex Jones Show.
In late 1997, I sold my house in Fairview Heights, IL, and returned to Ohio. Since that time, I have been strictly renting, and have reduced to merely renting rooms. Of course, this also allows me to stay quite mobile. I was residing entirely in Ohio (Columbus and Athens at various times) until mid 2006 when I moved to Las Vegas. I stayed in Las Vegas until mid 2007. The actual story behind this is another long write-up. I went back to Ohio for a time, and then returned to Las Vegas in June, 2009, and stayed there until Sept, 2010. I was going back and forth between these states since 2006, but made my final departure from Ohio in February, 2014. Both of my parents had passed away a couple of years ago. I had considerable trouble in extricating myself from Ohio as I had to sort out over 50 years of accumulated things of both mine and my parents.
I will not likely ever return to Ohio. I was until the election of President Trump considering fleeing by boat the nation we once knew as the USA. So, there may be a probability of my staying in the continental USA. I'm just not sure where. As of 2018 I'm still sitting in Ventura Harbor on my sailboat.
I have been doing little in the way of "normal" work since mid-2005. I am now experiencing the proverbial "NEW NORMAL". I do have a workable retirement income, but I'm under considerable financial strain. In any case, my websites and my paranormal photography are keeping me very busy.
My days of making a "normal" living by way of a "normal" job are now over. There are a few reasons for this aside from a certain lack of jobs in the first place! Another reason would be a mild sense of IMPENDING DOOM! It should be clear by now to anyone with a half-functioning brain that the entire economic and social fabric here in AmeriKa is at grave risk of complete destruction!
Orange Marmalade (circa, 1992, Chicago, IL). This is a stylized photo as are most on this page.
None of the cats shown were originally mine. The kitten on the left belonged to an ex-girlfriend. The other cat which she owned prior to my taking him was Uncle Tenoose (photos below) --The grey and white cat.
The cat shown to the right was a stray I picked up at a construction equipment yard when I was a security guard in St Louis, during Spring, 1995. All of these cats are now long since deceased.
Over the years I have become convinced that cats are just funny little people.
Suki III (late 1990's, Columbus, OH). Suki III mysteriously disappeared on Jan 15, 2002. The presumed cause was an attack on me by Shadow people.
Uncle Tenoose takes a swipe at Suki III (circa, Summer 1996, Fairview Hts, IL).
(Right) Uncle Tenoose contemplates climbing a tree (circa, Summer, 1996, Fairview Hts, IL)
This is my best pic of Uncle Tenoose. It was probably taken during the Summer of 1996. He climbed the small tree beside my driveway really fast and then the pic was taken just as he started to come back down.
This was something of a "scoot-and-shoot" and I was lucky the lens was focused this well. This is a cropped shot. He was actually in the lower left of the original frame.