Washington DC-- Concerned FBI agents are now researching missing writers featured on TheSpoof.com. Dozens of writers seem to have simply vanished soon after posting their first stories. The missing writers are then often displayed as the Featured Writer on the strange website-- almost like they were trophies. A deeply psychotic serial killer is suspected.
Agent Dana Scully-Mulder heads the FBI task force investigating the chilling mystery. The red-haired agent was eager to share facts about the bizarre case.
"We know there is a serial killer at work here. Our profile of the killer suggests he's a young, white man between 20 and 30 years old with very little facial hair. He's very smart and very careful. We think he's British. We suspect he's hiding in plain sight, and we will catch him soon." she said.
Agents are investigating the site's owner, Mark Lowton, and all of the writers in the Top 20.
"The obvious suspect is the owner." said Agent Scully-Mulder. "He has a long history of violent crimes and severe schizophrenic episodes. But we haven't been able to link him to any of the disappearances." she said glumly.
Agent Scully-Mulder is investigating all the Top 20 writers herself, with some help from Interpol and MI5. The agent theorizes someone in the Top 20 could be killing off the competition.
"These so-called writers are infested with every sort of social, sexual and psychiatric disorder in the Merck Manual of Psychiatric Disorders. They are all suspects, they should all be considered dangerous." she said with a disgusted look.
The investigation is continuing. All writers not in the Top 20 should seek FBI protection immediately.