Originally Posted by Betterhaff
Google fusarium and verticillum wilt, and tomato spotted wilt virus.
Looks just like the tomato spotted wilt virus. From what I read on it over 1000 species in over 85 families, including many vegetables, peanuts and tobacco can be hosts for it. Sounds and looks like a candidate for sure. Unfortunately there is no cure for it and it is very contagious with it being spread by direct contact or pest/insect vectors. It will eventually kill the infected plants.
Sadly I will have to cull my pepper plant and at least one of the tomatoes. The other tomato plant is holding out a bit and is still producing fruit so I'll give it a chance. Hopefully my healthy pepper plant won't get sick too.
Thanks for the info Betterhaff.