From the South China Morning Post: https://www.scmp.com/lifestyle/arts...han-400-makes-people-terribly-ill-dean-koontz A book of fiction from 1981 isn't a 'current event', but the Coronavirus is... so I offer this interesting story that has been making the rounds for a couple of days, here and there. This disclaimer first -- I have no use for most sensational 'conspiracy theories'. All the tiresome stories about 'Big Foot', UFO's and Alien-abductions, Secret Nazi bases in the Antarctic, etc., are just a big load of crap as far as I'm concerned. But, there's "too many clues in this room".... From the link: " In bestselling suspense author Dean Koontz’s 1981 thriller The Eyes of Darkness, a virus to be used as a biological weapon is developed in Wuhan, China, but humans end up contracting it. Photo: Shutterstock The Eyes of Darkness, a 1981 thriller by bestselling suspense author Dean Koontz, tells of a Chinese military lab that creates a virus as part of its biological weapons programme. The lab is located in Wuhan, which lends the virus its name, Wuhan-400. A chilling literary coincidence or a case of writer as unwitting prophet? In The Eyes of Darkness, a grieving mother, Christina Evans, sets out to discover whether her son Danny died on a camping trip or if – as suspicious messages suggest – he is still alive. She eventually tracks him down to a military facility where he is being held after being accidentally contaminated with man-made microorganisms created at the research centre in Wuhan. If that made the hair on the back of your neck stand up, read this passage from the book: 'It was around that time that a Chinese scientist named Li Chen moved to the United States while carrying a floppy disk of data from China’s most important and dangerous new biological weapon of the past decade. They call it Wuhan-400 because it was developed in their RDNA laboratory just outside the city of Wuhan.' In another strange coincidence, the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which houses China’s only level four biosafety laboratory, the highest-level classification of labs that study the deadliest viruses, is just 32km from the epicentre of the current coronavirus outbreak." 1981 was a hell of a long time ago... is this just a coincidence...?