death of media mogul and rodent trainer, David Seville,
is one of southern California’s most unsolved of
mysteries. His whereabouts have been unknown for more
then six years. The efforts put into finding him have
all but vanished, from a taskforce of 200 to now just
one Dade County cop who swore his life to close the case,
With David’s many successes as the manager of an
upright yard animal show and diamond smuggling cartel
kingpin, he had great influence in many world wide affairs,
Using a local college to launder money, he covered a campus
in buildings, statues, sidewalk murals, al frescos, cafes
and garden displays; dramatizing many scenes from “his
Known as 'David Land’, West California State University
is home to such noted exhibits as “Freaky Friday-The
Constructive sound garden” and “Jumbex Palladium”;
an astounding 20,000 seat public venue and midget playground.
And the most popular of all the schools attractions, the
seven story “Octopus Dungeon” on West Campus.
Besides being the movie set for The Chipmunks’ final
movie, “Alvin and the Horn of Ophidian”, The
Octopus Dungeon was the last place David Seville was seen.
It is thought that his remains lie somewhere within one
of the many levels of dungeon classrooms. Though after
exhausted search nothing has been found.
Further perplexing is the disappearance of Jennet Miller
that same evening. Unsubstantiated rumors of romance and
foul play persist in national tabloids. The stolen footage,
‘hotel sex tape porn’, reveals David and Janet
in karma sutra like positions; enraging, then boyfriend,
Alvin Seville into an uncontrollable madness. Alvin is
said to have devised an elaborate death for his once backwater
father to extract a cruel revenge on the man who betrayed
While Dade County Sheriffs collected evidence of Jennet’s
murder at Alvin’s mountainside mansion, Alvin’s
fate was tested. Poor handling of her severed thumb and
media sympathy allowed Alvin to be found not guilty, thus
clearing his name on all charges of murder and extortion.
Steve Willmont, dedicated upholder of justice, has sworn
his life to finding evidence to convict Seville for murder,
“Finally allowing justice to be served". He
has personally offered a $10,000 reward for anyone who
has evidence that leads to a conviction.