Carl: Chapter One. This is the story behind one of the greatest manhunts in history. Maybe you read about it, or rather what they let you read about it, probably in some minor news item buried somewhere in the back page. However, what happened in that city between May 16th and May 28th of this year was so incredible that to this day the facts have been suppressed in a massive effort to save certain political careers from disaster and law enforcement officials from embarrassment. This will be the last time I will ever discuss these events with anyone, so, when you have finished this bizarre account, judge for yourself its believability, and try to tell yourself, wherever you may be, it couldn't happen here.
Bernie Jenks: Subject: Janos Skorzeny. Born in Craesti, Rumania, 1899. Skorzeny's father died in 1923. He left somewhere between $75 and $100 million. At this time he began to travel, and he became known throughout Eastern Europe as a big lover of nightlife. We don't have a lot more on him before World War II. However, Scotland Yard reports he showed up in England just in time for the German blitz.. While in England, he passed himself off as Dr. Paul Belasco, specialist in hematology research. His work involved freshly killed air raid victims from various London emergency rooms. As a matter of fact, at his residence in Shafto Court, he installed several kinds of sumps, tubs, and an extremely large commercial meat freezer. And in 1948, he turned up in Canada, still as Dr. Belasco. Further checking made his presence known in almost every place along the U.S.-Canadian border where rioting and violence and a number of dead bodies were found. We believe he left Canada for Vegas in April 19th under the name of Detective Constable Alan Hensley. Now because of his British citizenship, he is an international fugitive. Skorzeny's travels have always been accompanied by a number of unexplained killings, many of which have one thing in common: a massive loss of blood.
Carl: Don't look now, baby, but Kolchak's coming back in style.