NASHVILLE BOMBING: RV Was Playing Song “Downtown” Before Blast

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PHOTO SOURCE: NC5

NASHVILLE — Before a warning message and countdown was broadcast from the RV that exploded in downtown Nashville on Christmas day, the 1964 hit song “Downtown” by Petula Clark was playing.

“The music started, and I notified over the [police radio] air to notify other officers,” Officer James Luellen said, speaking alongside four of his fellow cops in a Sunday press briefing. “Then, after the song, it continued to go back to the announcement for a little while.”

“What I remembered was, ‘Downtown, where the lights shine bright,’ ” he said.

Watch Officer Luellen’s account below.

The lyrics are as follows: When you’re alone, and life is making you lonely
You can always go
Downtown
When you’ve got worries, all the noise and the hurry
Seems to help, I know
Downtown
Just listen to the music of the traffic in the city
Linger on the sidewalk where the neon signs are pretty
How can you lose?

The lights are much brighter there
You can forget all your troubles, forget all your cares
So go downtown, things’ll be great when you’re
Downtown, no finer place for sure
Downtown everything’s waiting for you

Downtown, downtown

Don’t hang around and let your problems surround you
There are movie shows
Downtown
Maybe you know some little places to go to
Where they never close
Downtown
Just listen to the rhythm of a gentle bossa nova
You’ll be dancing with him too before the night is over
Happy again

The lights are much brighter there
You can forget all your troubles, forget all your cares
So go downtown, where all the lights are bright
Downtown, waiting for you tonight
Downtown, you’re gonna be alright now

Downtown, downtown
Downtown

Downtown
And you may find somebody kind to help and understand you
Someone who is just like you and needs a gentle hand to
Guide them along

So maybe I’ll see you there
We can forget all our troubles, forget all our cares
So go downtown, things’ll be great when you’re
Downtown, don’t wait a minute more
Downtown, everything’s waiting for you

Downtown, downtown, downtown, downtown
Downtown, downtown, downtown, downtown, downtown, downtown

The eerie development is the latest in a case that has left investigators with little answers.

Police now believe the act was a suicide bombing and a person-of-interest has been identified as 63-year-old Anthony Quinn Warner.

Some investigators believe Warner, who worked in computers, may have been a 5G conspiracy theorist. Some people believe 5G towers cause cancer or are used for “deep-state” eavesdropping.

Read more HERE.

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