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Quick thoughts about Jim Malham

Sorry if this comes out in a blurt. I’m trying to be a professional here but I’ve got about three litres of adrenaline still flowing through my veins. Finding it difficult to even sit still.

We picked up a business card that had stuff scrawled on it. Could be useful, could be nothing at all. Sam R wanted me to post a picture of it, so here goes:

Blackmoor Business Card

Blackmoor Business Card

Blackmoor Business Card - reverse

Blackmoor Business Card - reverse

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13 Responses to “Quick thoughts about Jim Malham”

  1. Kim C Says:

    Maybe the user account name? Link with the other string of numbers…

  2. Kirsty Says:

    Not another mysterious number! I didn’t even notice there was something written on the card - obviously too nervous when watching the video.

    So we have 43462399, written on the post-it pad in your place. Probably by Malham, or whoever it was that bugged you.
    And 80003347, on the back of a Blackmoor card in Malham’s flat.

    Neither is an 020 phone number (I tried). And neither seems to spell anything on predictive text. Could be account numbers, or pass codes. There are log-in areas at http://www.prometha.co.uk/index.php and http://www.blackmoorservices.com/securearea.php#/login/ that we have not managed to get into, as far as I am aware.

    Matt, have you got in touch with the police yet? And can we have an update on what Aalia had to say about Prometha the other day? I want to find out more about their M/A/L cell line, but not if it is going to be dangerous to get in touch with them again.

    I tend to find a glass of wine (or two…) is good for calming down :)
    K

  3. Claire Tillyer Says:

    I think both that number and the one on the post it are passwords for the Blackmoor website. I think this because if you look at the “username” and “password” fields http://www.blackmoorservices.com/securearea.php#/login/ already have “username” and “********”. The password field is pointing at being 8 letters or digits, the same as both the number on the reverse of the card and on the post-it.
    Obviously I could be completely wrong (a regular occurance).
    Tilly

  4. Zoe Fell Says:

    Bingo.
    Blackmoor Corporate Services.
    The two numbers (80003347) and (43462399) are login details.
    Will post pictures in a sec…

  5. Zoe Fell Says:

    Okay.
    So Jim Malham was working for Blackmoor Corporate Services.
    08003347 is the username and 43462399 is the password.

    Duncan Woodburn hired JM to follow Markus.
    You can see this on the invoice here:

    http://i153.photobucket.com/albums/s214/fzoe/Routes/Blackmoor1.jpg

    Here are the other pages from the ’secure’ site:

    http://i153.photobucket.com/albums/s214/fzoe/Routes/Blackmoor2.jpg

    vvI can’t think of a number/code/id to put in here. Any ideas?

    http://i153.photobucket.com/albums/s214/fzoe/Routes/Blackmoor3.jpg

    Hope this helps Matt!
    xoxoxoxo

  6. Matt Says:

    Thanks Zoe!

    For those not on Facebook (where Zoe posted this) she wrote this (as well as some interesting speculative thoughts with Sam):

    Okay.
    So Jim Malham was working for Blackmoor Corporate Services.
    80003347 is the username and 43462399 is the password.

    Duncan Woodburn hired JM to follow Markus.
    You can see this on the invoice here:
    http://i153.photobucket.com/albums/s214/fzoe/Routes/Blackmoor1.jpg

    Here are the other pages from the ’secure’ site:
    http://i153.photobucket.com/albums/s214/fzoe/Routes/Blackmoor2.jpg

    vv I can’t think of a number/code/id to put in here. Any ideas?
    http://i153.photobucket.com/albums/s214/fzoe/Routes/Blackmoor3.jpg

    Hope this helps Matt!

  7. Claire Tillyer Says:

    I knew Woodburn was up to no good. “Special Services” £15,000? On the 29th Jan, right when Markus was killed. I think maybe you’ve found Prof Schoenberg’s killer (by proxy). Although I suppose the question then would be who killed Malham? And why?
    Tilly

  8. Thomas K Says:

    So, Woodburn was invoiced £8000 for ’special services’ on 15th of December, and £15000 on the 29th of January, which he hasn’t yet paid. What could he have done beyond just following Shoenberg? Assassination? Was Aalia the person in Prometha responsible for hiring JM, or did she just see something? Are the people trying to kidnap her and bump Malham off attempting to keep some secret that they both know, and that Shoenberg knew too?

  9. Zoe Fell Says:

    Matt,
    Have you got any further with uploading the footage from your interview with Aalia?
    Because by the sounds of it, it’s the next piece of the puzzle.
    And I’m glad that I was able to help with getting into Blackmoor!
    Certainly put an evening’s work into perspective…

    xo

  10. Claire Tillyer Says:

    I suppose the alerts page thing on the Blackmoor site sort of proves that it was Malham in your flat though, because he must have written the password down when they phoned him and he just grabbed the nearest thing to hand (the post-it notes).
    Tilly

  11. Lucy Says:

    It could still be that they are both mobile numbers but just with a different beginning!

  12. Lucy Says:

    Copying the numbers above in together apart or one of them twice both ways doesn’t work as the ID.
    Any other ideas?

  13. Lucy Says:

    None of the Surveil teq numbers on the bugging device work on the site ID.
    Neither does Surveil Teq CAPS or not.
    Neither does the operative numbers and letters in any combination even with operative added in.