Dead L.A. Man, Jeffrey Lash, With 1,200 Guns Was Human-Alien Hybrid And Undercover Operative For Government, Says Fiancee

Jeffrey Alan Lash, the man LAPD officers found dead and decomposing in his car, who had 1,200 guns in his home and owned an amphibious Toyota SUV, was a human-alien hybrid, according to his fiancée, Catherine Nebron.

He also worked as an undercover operative for clandestine U.S. government agencies.

The bizarre revelation from Nebron came Wednesday, July 22 through her attorney, Harlan Braun, after officers of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) found Lash’s body on Friday, July 17.

The body had been decomposing for about two weeks in a car parked on the street in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles, where Lash had lived with Nebron.

LAPD officers searching Lash’s home on Friday, July 17, after he was found dead in his car, recovered firearms and ammunition worth about $5 million. The weapons cache included 1,200 firearms — rifles, shotguns, and handguns — about 6.5 tons of ammunition, bows and arrows, machetes and knives, and nearly $230,000 in cash.

Many of the guns were found still in boxes and with price tags, according to the LAPD confirming the discovery of the weapons cache on Monday, according to KTLA.

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Police also found several vehicles — some modified for use in different terrains –- registered in Lash’s name. The 14 vehicles included an amphibious Toyota SUV designed to drive underwater.

According to Braun, his client, Nebron, said Lash had told her that he was an undercover agent for multiple clandestine government agencies higher than the CIA. Braun admitted that the story “sounds crazy,” but confirmed that Nebron, who had been with Lash 17 years, gave the information and he had no reason to disbelieve her.

“The story itself sounds totally crazy, but then how do you explain all this? There’s no evidence he was a drug dealer or he stole these weapons, or had any criminal source of income, no stolen property, all the stuff you’d look for.”

KTLA reports that Laura VadBunker, the adoptive mother of Dawn VadBunker –Nebron’s employee — said that Dawn and her employer, Nebron, believed that Lash was a human-alien hybrid “sent to Earth to protect us.”

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According to VadBunker, her adoptive daughter, Dawn, believed that Lash was an “alien savior,” a half-human, half-alien secret agent of the government working on a top-secret mission to save the world.

“I can’t believe this. It’s worse than a Twilight Zone movie. He was part alien and part human and was out to save the world.”

LAPD Deputy Chief of Detectives Kirk Albanese said police investigators were working to confirm the identity of the dead man and to find out why and how he came into possession of such a massive weapons cache. But Albanese said that so far police have no evidence that Lash had been involved in illegal activities.

Investigations indicate that the guns were legally registered to Lash.

Police also have no reason to suspect foul play in Lash’s death, but investigators were still looking into the circumstances of the death and working to confirm officially the identity of the corpse.

Lash had collapsed in the parking lot of a supermarket in Santa Monica on July 4 after complaining that he was feeling hot and having trouble breathing. Nebron and VadBunker had tried to get help, but Lash had insisted that he did not want to be taken to the hospital. He also did not want the women to call 911.

“They [Nebron and VadBunker] worked for about three hours trying to keep him alive. He refused 911, he didn’t want to go to an emergency room. He didn’t want any police so he died there.”

After Lash fell ill about a year ago, he had assured the women that if anything happened to him, or if he died, the secret government agencies he worked for would take care of his body and his stash of weapons.

KABC-TV reports neighbors said they had noticed about a year ago that Lash’s health was deteriorating and they thought he had cancer. Lash had told Nebron that he had been exposed to toxic chemicals that caused nerve damage during a mission.

So when Lash died, Nebron did not report to the authorities. Instead, she drove the body home in their SUV and parked the car in the 1700 block of Palisades Drive, near the home they shared. She then left with VadBunker for Oregon to get over the shock of the death, believing that the secret government agencies Lash worked for would come for his body and recover the weapons in the house.

“She believed that he was involved in some surreptitious activities, governmental projects, whatever, and so her instructions were that if anything happened to him, they – whatever they is – would take care of the body.”

Dawn VadBunker’s family in Oxnard, California, reported her missing two days after she left with Nebron for Oregon. But she had sent a letter to her family before she disappeared explaining that Lash had died and that he had “fought to stay alive.”

She was later found at a motel in Oregon, apparently recovering from the shock of the death of the “alien savior.”

According to Laura VadBunker, her daughter had believed sincerely that “[Lash] was here to save the world and he was higher than CIA, so he was special ops for the government.”

When Nebron returned from Oregon 10 days later, she was shocked to find that the agencies Lash worked for had not come to pick the body and recover the hoarded weapons. She contacted her attorney Braun, who, at first, could not believe the “crazy story,” but later called the LAPD who went to the scene and found the body decomposing in the car.

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