Million Eyes would like to make it abundantly clear that we have nothing to do with the new book that’s been released by some author called C.R. Berry. Mr Berry is nothing more than a conspiracy theorist with some screws loose (or missing).
We hope it is mere coincidence that Mr Berry has used our name in the title of his book, “Million Eyes: Extra Time”. The “Extra Time” is something to do with this being a companion piece to another book he’s got coming out, simply called “Million Eyes”. It’s a collection of silly short stories about time travel being involved in famous events.
We strongly object to this egregious abuse of our name. However, there is little we can do as “Million Eyes”, like many names, is not a registered trademark. It’s why we were not able to sue that annoying little twirp Loïc Nottet for releasing a (incredibly whiny) song called “Million Eyes” in 2016.
But just like the 2010 horror film about stranded skiers, “Frozen”, absolutely does not feature any animated talking snowmen called Olaf, we want to reiterate that this “Million Eyes: Extra Time” book is NOT about us.
After all, apparently these stories are about a mysterious organisation of time travellers having something to do with JFK’s death, the Loch Ness Monster and Paul McCartney. What nonsense! Million Eyes is a technology company. What need would we have for time travel?
[Whoever publishes this post, please can you make sure you remove the link to the “Million Eyes: Extra Time” download page. I put that there simply for internal information purposes. And please also make sure you delete this comment.]