Last week I went on a trip to Missouri to see private investigator Melinda Kidder. She specializes in a special type of scanning called H-SCADA scanning. She has a very comprehensive approach which is outlined on her website.
After talking about my experience going to get scanning done I’ve had lots of people ask me questions about it, so I thought I would write about my experience then others can decide what is right for them.
Why did I decide to pursue scanning?
If you have not read about my symptoms from the electronic attacks, you can find my post here. I get very severe V2K (the military term for voice transmissions). The voice transmissions I get are vicious, as an understatement. They are extremely threatening constantly, highly vulgar and perverse, and highly insulting and degrading, and all of this is 24/7. My attacks in general are extremely severe and often involve what the voices refer to as “public displays of affection”, when they do torture in public and threaten to get me committed in a mental institution because of my reactions to the torture. Because of escalating severity in my torture I realized it would be essential to have some sort of evidence of my attacks to avoid being institutionalized if it ever came to that, since that is one of the attackers’ “modus operandi” to make victims look crazy and get them labeled with mental illness to further destroy their lives. Additionally, I wanted evidence I can present in a court case.
Other questions I have received include: What kind of information does this type of scanning give you?
Melinda Kidder actually performs a whole battery of tests using a variety of different tools. These are all listed, along with their exact specifications, on her website. Although there are obvious limitations to her equipment given the highly advanced military grade technologies using very sophisticated electronic warfare weapons that include scalar waves and ultrasound, and some frequencies are said to be weaponized and can piggy back on top of other frequencies, etc., she is still able to provide a solid foundation for some level of evidence with the equipment she does have.
I will now start from the beginning and go step by step, because many of the questions I received involved travel information. So I will tell you about my experience from the beginning.
I left on a Tuesday morning taking a taxi to the Boise airport (after just 2 hours of sleep and many more hours of extreme torture the night before) for a morning flight departing at 7:50 am. I took Southwest airlines from Boise, Idaho to St. Louis, MO, and YES, I experienced electronic torture all along the way. My torture is done via satellites. I received episodes of suffocation, sexual stimulation, V2K, severe feet/leg agitation, etc. during all flights.
I arrived at the St. Louis international airport at around 2 pm and then waited for the 4 pm EZGO Bus shuttle that runs from the St. Louis airport to Columbia, MO. If you want to save money, I recommend doing it this way. Fly in to St. Louis, because it’s cheaper, and then the EZGO Bus is also inexpensive at just $35 each way, plus $10 each way for door-to-door service. This means you can minimize your use of taxis if they take you directly to an address. For me, they took me directly to my hotel.
Another option is to take the Greyhound bus which travels from St. Louis to Columbia for $11-14 each way. I did not choose that route because the timing was too difficult to make it a smooth trip with their bus schedules and I would still have to pay for a taxi when I arrived at the Greyhound bus station. So I preferred to minimize my travel worries. Another option is to rent a car and drive yourself.
So I arrived at the St. Louis airport at 2 pm and the next EZGO Bus shuttle was scheduled for 4:10 pm. So I was able to leisurely figure out where to go wait for the shuttle, which is a nice, comfortable van. I called the EZGO Bus customer service and they informed me that I should wait in front of the terminal outside the airport in front of door 15. I had a hard time finding this location but the people there were so friendly and everyone was willing to help me find my way. They have a whole line of shuttles waiting outside and the people in the shuttle were helping me figure it out and they also have a worker with a fluorescent vest that helps guide passengers.
Door 15 is actually to the farthest end on the right all the way at the end where the hotel shuttles stop by. I was expecting to see the actual EZGO Bus stop by to pick me up but turns out the driver just walks out from inside the airport through door 15 carrying a sign reading “EZGO Bus” so that you will see him and go with him to the parking lot where the shuttle will be parked.
My driver, for both trips to and from the airport, was John, a very nice, friendly, veteran who has excellent customer service skills and treated everyone very well. He had bottles of water to give away for passengers, which was a very thoughtful gesture much appreciated by this weary traveler. He engaged passengers in pleasant conversation. The van was very comfortable with plenty of leg room and there was only 1 other passenger with me on the way to Columbia and then 2 other passengers on the way back to the airport. I highly recommend the EZGO Bus (and I don’t get anything for saying that; I just had a good experience).
As far as hotels go, you have a lot of choices in Columbia. I ended up finding a great deal at the Royal Inn which is only 9 miles away from Melinda’s house. This was also the only hotel I could find on a budget that had a micro-fridge, which was important to me; as a certified health coach I am very health conscious and like to be in control of my food. Additionally, this hotel was only three quarters (.75) of a mile from Natural Grocers (I used Google Earth to make maps of everywhere I needed to go) so I could go grocery shopping and stock up on food. In case you’re wondering, I made food to last the day while traveling on Tuesday and took only a backpack, no checked luggage on my trip. Then the plan was to go to Natural Grocers and stock up on healthy food for the next day.
I got to the hotel at around 6:30 pm. The hotel I stayed in, the Royal Inn, was really not a very good hotel, and it is actually pretty creepy, to be quite blunt. But the bed was comfy and it was the only hotel I could find on a budget with a fridge and as close as possible to healthy food and Melinda’s house. So it worked out, but it really is shabby and the element there is very poor, meaning the quality of people. At one point, some dude walked by me saying, “You’re hot, sweetie”, and shook a $10 bill in my face saying, “You want to come hang out with me in my room 202?” Insulted, I adamantly said, “NO”, and he said, “Are you sure?” I said, “POSITIVE!”
So be careful if you go to that hotel. The area around there is pretty shabby in general. There was also one other man who kept passing by my window and looking in each time.
It was 81 degrees in March when I got to Missouri, gorgeous, sunny, and warm, after going from 35 degrees in Idaho and very cloudy, windy and cold and we had just had a hail storm the night before. Then when I arrived at the hotel in Columbia it got windy, cold, and the weather forecast called for severe thunderstorms and tornado warnings. Luckily I took my umbrella in my backpack, though I ended up not needing it as it did not rain at all.
Although I was running on 2 hours of sleep and many hours of severe torture I ventured to walk to the store before it got dark. It took about a 10 minute walk or so and as soon as I got there the voice transmissions said, “Are you forgetting something?” I forgot my wallet in the hotel. So I walked back to the hotel, got my wallet, and as exhausted and upset as I was with the attackers for deliberately blocking my memory as they frequently do, and with a potentially looming thunderstorm, I still decided to try again and went back to the store for food. And I was glad I did because I found some great healthy food, including fresh pressed vegetable juice, etc. I found great healthy items that can help boost your immune system while traveling. This included an awesome all natural garlic/onion dip with flax-seed oil for omega-3, and raw sauerkraut for a boost of probiotics, etc. I got some organic gluten free burritos, too. They had lots of great healthy options.
I got back to the hotel completely drained and exhausted by now by around 8 pm. The weather was much colder and with high winds. I ate dinner and took a shower with severe torture all the way. The attackers got very carried away in the shower doing severe electronic sexual attacks, zapping my genitals and shaking/vibrating my body, suffocation episodes, and doing severe voice and visual transmissions. When I got out of the shower they did a very severe painful itch along my legs so extreme that it left my legs completely bright red with blisters and drawing a little bit of blood from scratching. My legs were inflamed all over, hot, red, and blistered, painful and itchy. The voices said, “That’s to show you our power and that we own you”, etc. I didn’t think to take a picture given how drained and exhausted I was, which is too bad because I wanted to collect it as evidence. Lucky for me, also a certified aromatherapist, I took coconut oil with me and lavender essential oil. I lathered both on heavily and my legs were all better by morning.
So then I went to bed and the perps woke me every hour (not letting me go into deep sleep or REM) and only let me sleep 5-6 hours waking me every hour to do some torture. The next morning I woke to a beautiful sunny and warm day. The bed was comfortable and I didn’t want to get up but once up I was eager and excited about getting the scanning done.
I ate breakfast, packed my things and checked out of the hotel and waited outside for a 9:30 am taxi for a 10 am appointment with Melinda Kidder. I went with Economy Taxi in Columbia and would very highly NOT recommend them at all. They were really terrible. The driver didn’t have a GPS, didn’t know how to get to Melinda’s house, and believe it or not didn’t even have a mileage meter; he had to calculate mileage manually. I was thankful I took my iPad with me and I told him to stay close to the hotel so I could still access the free wifi and I let him see a map where I had placed the address locations. With this he was able to go in the right direction but still called in to his base office to ask for more directions and was still uncertain. The lady at the base didn’t even have my phone number correct, and they just had all kinds of issues. I called Melinda Kidder letting her know I was on my way and might arrive a bit late due to the taxi driver not knowing how to get there. She gave us directions and that was enough to help him get there right on time. Luckily for me I accounted for such possible issues in my timing when I was told on the phone by the taxi company that it would be about a 15 minute ride, I allowed 30 minutes.
The 9 mile ride cost me $28.60, nearly $3 per mile, which was much higher than what was listed on their webpage, being one of the cheapest taxis I found in the area, it turned out to be one of the most expensive. I strongly do not recommend Economy Taxi in Columbia, MO.
Anyway, Melinda Kidder greeted me at the door and we got started. She started with a short interview process asking me basic questions about my targeting such as when it started and what my symptoms were, and some basic demographic information about my background. She also took a picture of me as she includes your picture in her reports. I signed a release form which I read through carefully and did not have a problem signing as I heard some people do. I was ok with her stipulations on the release form for my purposes. She has a copy of the form on her webpage you can review prior to going.
Within a few minutes of sitting with her at the table she immediately started picking up signals and wrote down 2 frequencies while still at the table. While sitting at the table I was getting mild suffocation episodes, and V2K voices, and mild occasional zaps to the genitals intermittently throughout the session. My symptoms were overall mild during the 2 hour scanning session, compared to severe and often extreme at home.
I must also mention one very important thing. The voice transmissions were constantly threatening to turn off their equipment/technologies during scanning to not let me get any evidence. I had talked with Melinda about this prior to going there because it was a real concern and she stated that she often gets TIs who have their perps telling them via their voice transmissions that they will turn off their technologies but that she is typically able to get at least 1 frequency and that you can still get the EMF imprint as well which gives some info. I also spoke with Dr. Hildegard Staninger on the phone and expressed the same concern to her and she stated she hears that all the time and that, “We WILL find those frequencies” and not to listen to the voices. They were both right. And I’m glad I listened to them.
So then Melinda took some more scan readings with me standing in front of her and she picked up more frequencies. She did various other tests and then asked me to change into a scrub top and athletic shorts, I kept my sports bra on. No wires, no metals, no jewelry of any kind during scanning. Once I changed she did a variety of different tests including infrared testing and thermal imaging. She looked at my eyes with infrared and that gives more diagnostic information.
When she did a metal scan her metal detector did not pick up my mercury fillings I’ve had since I was about 8 years old. Her metal detector is more sensitive than those they have in airports and it went of on her control items such as her ring, but it didn’t alarm on my mercury fillings which she said was unusual because it usually picks up people’s mercury fillings, and I have 4 large ones on my upper and lower molars and I opened my mouth and showed them to her. She even put the device in my mouth and it still didn’t alarm. I told her my perps like to frequently manipulate electronic equipment when I collect data at home and they mess with my laptop, my camera, the zoom features, etc. So I wondered if my perps were messing with her equipment… because I have THOSE kind of perps. She didn’t think so but thought it was certainly strange and made note of it on my report.
The last part of the process was the scanning she does on the massage table lying down front and back to measure the amount of EMFs you are emitting.
When I went to the bathroom, my perps said, “Nana, we’re getting tired of performing for you…” as though they were putting on a show, hamming it up, which they were because they would give me jolts to let me know they were still attacking me during scanning and saying, “You’ll thank us later”, and things to that nature. However, their attacks were still very very mild relatively speaking. By the way, my perps nicknamed me, “Nana” for some reason, but that is not my real name. They like being diabolically comical at times. They know everything about me, full name, everything, they just gave me a nickname.
The whole scanning process was easy and Melinda was super nice and makes you feel very comfortable through the whole process. She’s awesome. The hardest part was getting through the scanning that she does with you lying down because it takes the longest and you have to stay still while having someone move a scanner right up against your whole body which is uncomfortable, but was totally doable. And like I said, she makes the whole process as painless as possible engaging you in conversation, etc.
At the end I changed back into my clothes and we went back to the table to discuss the results. I payed for her services using a credit card. She reviewed all of the results with me then stated that Dr. Staninger would be providing more in depth interpretation later. Dr. Staninger is able to interpret the various test results as well as research the registration on the various frequencies. Melinda Kidder is like the X-Ray technician taking the pictures and Dr. Staninger is like the radiologist interpreting the results.
My appointment was 2 hours, from 10 – 12. The next EZGO Bus was scheduled for 1:10 but you have to be ready at least 30 minutes prior, and they picked me up at 12:45. I waited outside having fun petting her dog and cat who are both very sweet and it was a lovely sunny day with the birds singing and the neighbor in front had a beautiful young horse to look at. The houses in that area were beautiful with lots of land and many private lakes/lagoons in their backyards. The EZGO Bus was great, picking me up at her house and taking me straight to the St. Louis airport where I caught my flight home the same day and arrived home by 1 am.
My results yielded 7 unique frequencies for us to research, and positive findings on how much EMF my body emits, which is interesting in light of her metal detector not picking anything up, however I did test positive on Dr. Staninger’s patch test for nano sensors, so I do know I have nano technology implanted.
My thermal images showed some positive findings as did the eye scans, but I will need to await to get further interpretation from Dr. Staninger.
Melinda takes pictures of all the frequencies she gets on her scanner and takes pictures of all the results. She emailed me the pictures right away, before I even got home. And she also faxed my data sheet to Dr. Staninger for me with my verbal consent.
When I got home someone sent me a list of frequencies registered with the FCC and I was able to locate several of mine within that list. My sister also later sent me another list and I was able to locate one of my frequencies on her list. According to these lists, it is showing that some of my frequencies are “experimental frequencies” being used by some of the companies that manufacture electronic warfare technologies, research and development and training in electronic warfare and that also provide intelligence and contract with the U.S. Army, etc., and some other federal frequencies. We’ll see what Dr. Staninger finds out with her more precise research capabilities.
Melinda emailed me her report 2 days later. She includes all of the pictures in the report. The pictures do show not only the exact frequencies but also the amplitude (dB) of those frequencies on her spectrum analyzer.
Overall I was very happy that I went to get this type of scanning done. The results are significant and yield valuable information that will certainly help me. Already my sister is starting to believe me more because of all of this evidence when previously she didn’t really believe me all the way that this type of electronic attack is possible or “real”. This made her research electronic weapons and come to the realization that the technologies do indeed exist and that this targeting is possible and real. This is also valuable information to include in my letter writing campaigns when doing activism to make a more credible report and write stronger letters. Additionally, this will help me in a court case in the future.
Someone asked me, is this enough evidence to win in court? I responded with “No, probably not, not by itself”. But it might depend on your specific situation and who is doing your targeting. If it’s a relatively simple case then maybe, yes, but you need to make sure you have enough evidence overall to show the “who” and the “what” in your case beyond reasonable doubt. I think I’m up against the Dept. of Defense and so that will be a much larger battle to tackle and may necessitate a whole group of us with this type of scanning evidence to do a class action suit. I am also gathering much more evidence on my particular symptoms and targeting as well to prove my particular case and substantiate my specific symptoms. I will also be doing a formal over night sleep study, etc. I will also continue with the formal forensic psychological evaluation by Dr. Ben Colodzin who is on this team of professionals, and do any other kind of medical testing necessary. I know that David Voigts mentioned perhaps a functional MRI might yield useful information if they know how to interpret it in these circumstances, so I might consider that as well. The more evidence you can gather the better to make sure you reach, “beyond reasonable doubt”.
I heard some people criticize the evidence gathered by this team saying Dr. Colodzin is not even a member of the American Psychological Association which they believe would discredit him in legal testimony. In my opinion, that would not discredit him at all. He just has to be a licensed psychologist within his state, he does not need to be a member of the professional association. As a professional myself I know this to be the case, and I know many medical doctors do not belong to their professional association (American Medical Association) but they are required to hold a medical license in their state.
Bottom line: I highly recommend the H-SCADA scanning by Melinda Kidder. This type of evidence is critical to our cause. The more of us getting this done and organizing together to analyze the observable patterns in our results, etc., the better. This can help us collectively when doing activism and will help people to take us seriously and believe us and will also help us pass legislature, and eventually a class action lawsuit. I also recommend the patch test and other services by Dr. Hildegard Staninger. My experience with these two professionals has been very positive so far and I am grateful that we are at that point in history when professionals like them are making their services available to help TIs in the way that they do.
Hope this information was useful to those who are considering this type of scanning. I am glad to see more and more TIs doing this.