After Fred Cree it is heartwarming to meet Adrian Molecross, 'plumpish and bearded', 'scrupulously neat and clean', 'spotless and tidy', 'a scrupulous researcher'...
After all, he was a journalist, one of the world's highest callings. He pursued truth. Not just transcendent truth, but the ordinary, small earthly sort, too. Such as: what exactly happened last night?
Never fear, Molecross is a resourceful investigator and is particularly committed to uncovering Government cover-ups. As he remarks...
Someone from a marginal publication was more likely to find out about this crop pattern than any mainstream reporter, because mainstream reporters had to have their imaginations surgically removed before they were allowed to apply for their jobs.
As Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart says, Molecross is...
"A journalist. More or less. Writes one of those nonsene web magazines. Complete idiot."
Idiot or not Molecross's Miscellany of the Mysterious and Misunderstood
...had an impressive number of subscribers. This was because he could be counted on to get his details right
Molecross never leapt to conclusions... he stuck strictly to what he had seen and heard. No speculation. Well, except for saying the military were obviously covering something up and you couldn't really classify that as speculation, could you.
- Adrian Molecross appears in Dr Who: The Algebra of Ice, by Lloyd Rose. Thanks to Neil Perryman of Tachyon TV for the tip.