Suspect refers online to spacecraft appearing today
The 22-year-old man believed to have shot and killed two people in Grand Junction on Saturday listed his occupation as “Enjoying life” in describing himself online.
Stefan Alexander Martin-Urban turned a gun on himself shortly after the shootings of three people Saturday morning. He died Sunday afternoon.
“hi. my name is stefan martin-urban, and i live in this world that some people choose to call ‘reality,’” he wrote in a posting on YouTube.com (youtube.com/stefanzOr).
In one eerily foreshadowing entry, Martin-Urban, posting on YouTube.com as stefanzOr, commented four months ago on a video of a girl demonstrating how to fire a 9 mm handgun, saying the girl was a “hot babe.”
The gun Martin-Urban used in the shooting of Terry and Linda Fine, Flo Gallagher and himself was a 9 mm handgun, according to police records.
Martin-Urban said on his YouTube.com profile, to which he made his last addition five days ago, that he was interested in a variety of activities, including snowboarding, soccer, racquetball, the gym and meditating.
Martin-Urban’s lone video that he posted depicted a seemingly normal lifestyle with two kittens he adopted running around a simple room with a bed, desk, snowboard and racquetball racquet.
He also was interested in the cosmos and New Age religion.
Listed among his favorite YouTube videos is an interview about “The Divine Matrix,” and a video about the findings of the Hubble space telescope.
He also refers to a report from the Galactic Federation of Light that claims a 2,000-mile-long spacecraft will appear today over the Earth’s Southern Hemisphere to reassure humans that they are not alone and that they’re being watched over by benevolent extraterrestrials.
He also lists “Kryon” as a book he read.
On Kryon.com, Kryon is described as “a love-filled and empowering angelic being” whose teachings are “channeled” by his followers on Earth.
Martin-Urban said he also liked the movies “The Matrix” and “Wedding Crashers” and said he enjoyed Counter-strike, a so-called “first-person shooter” video game which is played from the point of view of a gun-bearing character.
Police said they were looking into all of Martin-Urban’s postings on the Web.