Nashville Bomber Sent Bizarre Letter To Woman Detailing “Holiday Plans”

(left) Michelle Swing / Facebook, (right) Anthony Warner / CBS News

The man police say is responsible for the Christmas Day bombing in Downtown Nashville reportedly wrote a strange letter to a woman in Los Angeles before he carried out the attack.

Anthony (Tony) Quinn Warner, 63, had reportedly been in contact with 29-year-old Michelle Swing of Los Angeles as recently as last month.

Anthony Quinn Warner / Photo first obtained by CBS News

In a ‘letter’ from November 29th, described by The Sun, Warner reportedly told Swing that he “intended to travel on Christmas Eve to spend a few weeks in the woods with his dogs.”

Warner is said to have transferred ownership of his two homes to Swing in the years and months leading up to his death in the explosion.

Also in the letter, Warner allegedly wrote, “The attic has plywood and lighting, take a look. The basement is not normal, take a look. Woof woof Julio.” It is unclear what Warner was referencing.

The Sun also reported that the Warner possibly had a relationship with Swing’s mother at one time. This was not confirmed.

Swing, an artist development director at AEG Presents, has deleted her social media accounts and has declined multiple requests for comment. She told that “I’ve been told to direct everything else to the FBI.”

Swing denied knowledge of having the homes signed over to her, Deadline reported.

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Read the report from The Sun HERE.

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