On August 22, 2019 the city council of Bielefeld, Germany offered a $1 million Euro reward to any human being who could provide “incontrovertible evidence” of its nonexistence. For the last 25 years conspiracy theorists in Europe and parts of North America had claimed that Bielefeld did not really exist. It was a false town created to hide intergalactic, transdimensional activity being conducted by the CIA and Mossad, just like Area 51 in the United States. When people were asked how they knew Bielefeld didn’t exist, they’d respond with three questions. 1. Do you know anybody from Bielefeld. 2. Have you ever been to Bielefeld. And 3. Do you know anybody who has ever been to Bielefeld. Everyone who has been asked those three questions immediately respond with… “You’re right”. Additionally, when people in the American state of Georgia are asked those questions about Bielefeld, they get really quiet and then ask, “If Bielefeld doesn’t exist, then what about Raoul, Georgia? Does it really exist either? In 2019, Tomas Schrodinger, an Austrian daredevil/bounty hunter was rumored to have actually stood on the outskirts of the fabled city. It’s said that as soon as he stepped across the city limit’s boundary, he immediately died and the city disappeared like a soap bubble popping. Later, at one of the pubs in Paderborn, when Shrodinger was asked why he wasn’t still dead, he said a kind stranger put him in a box and he got better.