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    The Eye
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    The Eye
    Vital Statistics
    Hero The Eye
    Alias(es) None
    Identity Public
    Alter Ego Jordan Moller
    Category Crime Fighter
    Location Newark, California, USA 37° 31' 46.77" N, 122° 2' 24.86" W
    Status Unknown
    Superhero Activity
    Team Unknown
    Affiliates Lady Mystery (wife & partner)
    Foes Crime
    Actions Neighborhood Patrols, Crime Investigation
    Physical Description
    Gender Male
    Outfit Fedora hat, leather trenchcoat (black), mask (black)
    Colors Black, brown, gray
    Symbol Fedora hat
    Equipment LED ring
    Abilities Kung Fu (Northern Shaolin Praying Mantis Style), Certified Private Investigator

    The Eye is a Real Life Superhero who also doubles as a certified private investigator, author, inventor, martial arts instructor, electronic security systems designer, and former Neighborhood Watch Block captain (now a member of Dog Walker Watch, in his new town of Newark, CA, along with his wife, Lady Mystery). He is known for fighting and preventing crime using gadgetry of his own making, utilizing his Silicon Valley techie background from well before there was an Internet. The Eye has also written a handbook to help those starting out as RLSHs entitled, "So You Want To Be A Crime-Fighter?"[1] He is based in Newark, California and works with his wife, Lady Mystery.[2]

    History

    The Eye's gadgetry background came from a childhood of tinkering alongside his father and then, in the employ of an unnamed Silicon Valley company.[3] The Eye became a certified private investigator after graduating from the Global School of Investigation in Nashua, New Hampshire in 1989.[4]

    He first surfaced in the press as an RLSH when mentioned in passing in the Rolling Stones article focused on Master Legend by Josh Bearman in 2008. He has also made an appearance in the 2011 HBO documentary, "Superheroes" by Michael Barnett [citation needed]

    In a 2020 post, he claimed to still be active but less prone to helping people than previously.[5]

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    References

    1. "So You Want To Be A Crime-Fighter?" http://www.lulu.com/shop/jordan-moller/so-you-want-to-be-a-crime-fighter/paperback/product-10988069.html Paperback Format)
    2. The Eye's Facebook Page, accessed November 19, 2012, https://www.facebook.com/theeye.crimefighter/info
    3. Rubrecht, Ward. "Superheroes in Real Life." City Pages. January 16, 2008. http://www.citypages.com/2008-01-16/feature/superheroes-in-real-life/full/ (Accessed November 19, 2012)
    4. The Eye's Facebook Page, accessed 1/31/2021, https://www.facebook.com/theeye.crimefighter/info
    5. https://www.facebook.com/theeye.crimefighter/posts/2879728645437102

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