Hq’tar Report #2 – 17/08/1978

Hq’tar Report #2 – 17/08/1978

Gentlemen,

If you’ll forgive the brazenness of my writing, but our efforts into discovering more about P1983 have stalled to a great degree over the past 9 years, possible as a result of Operation Turista. While firm evidence is lacking, it has been posited between Agents working on P1983 – myself included – that the surveillance of Subjects Jack & Jill caused a rift in P1983 materials from which we may never recover.

The reason we have decide upon this rift? Hq’tar themselves. Continue reading “Hq’tar Report #2 – 17/08/1978”

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Police Report 18/03/1972

Police Report 18/03/1972

           After a fallow period regarding P1983 materials, the following Police Report was found within the files of Loddon Valley Police Station on 06/11/1973. Officers there confirmed to BPD Agents that the file itself had not been present during recent checks and, under usage of serum found within P2306, this was found to be true.

            Agents have placed the file within this report, and have been advised to keep a check on all Police Authorities nationwide in case there are any other reports that have turned up within authority archives.

            As always, material is produced as found, and transcribed in full with no omissions.

 

  • Fyfe, Bureau for Paranormal Discoveries

 

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Operation Turista (Part 3)

Operation Turista (Part 3)

Final progress was made with Observation Report #5, where Agent Butcher managed to facilitate a communication with Jack & Jill, and spent the day with them under the guise of ‘showing them the sights’. While most of the report came back showing the usual mundane activities Jack & Jill had pursued days previous, Agent Butcher was able to ascertain a great deal of information over the course of his interaction with the Subjects, and provided said information in the following interview.

 

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A Nightmare in Claret & Blue

A Nightmare in Claret & Blue

(OJ NOTE: From the forthcoming Filmic Cuts 6. Hope you enjoy…)

 

Every year, it is the same.

We come to the ground, watch our boys battle on, but see the spirit slowly sap away. Watch as that brief moment of hope is wiped away by a double dose of intense misery. A victory here, a point there, is soon replaced by a run of pain that reminds us exactly where we stand in the world.

We are Aston Villa fans, and this is our curse.

It didn’t used to be this bad. We had hope. We had passion. Now, they are figments in the wind, fluttering above Villa Park like dying clouds on a summer day. Now, it is merely watching the lads go through the motions, passing the ball sideways and hoping not to be turned over by another team battling for relegation.

It is only the lucky flip of a coin that has kept us up recently – a surprise draw from our rivals, or goal difference being in our favour; little things that cause your cuticles to slowly whittle away. And at the end of it? We just survive. We just hang on.

Well, on this day I’d had enough. I couldn’t take it anymore – no more snatches of positivity, no more false dawns on a Sunday morn – and when the email came asking me to get my new season ticket, I deleted it out of hand. No more pain. No more misery. Just a quiet Saturday afternoon with the paper, with no more nightmares of a footballing sort. Continue reading “A Nightmare in Claret & Blue”