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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OBSERVATION REPORT #1
9:39AM Subjects Jack & Jill leave room, enter dining room for breakfast. Mood is pleasant and friendly upon casual greeting. However, instead of the standard ‘Good Morning’, Subjects greet with ‘Hail Hq’tar’.
10:41AM Jack & Jill leave dining room and head back to our lodgings.
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REPORT: OPERATION TURISTA
OBJECTIVE: PERFORM SURVEILLANCE OF COUPLE REPORTED TO BE FROM P1983
The beginnings of Operation Turista came from early reports from BPD Agents based in Southampton, Hampshire, of a young couple operating around the city in a manner deemed stimulating to the interests of the Bureau. These reports began with this entry by Agent Raven, who operated in Southampton in the guise of a local police officer. Continue reading “Operation Turista (Part 1)”
The following material was found as part of a filing check at Camden Council. A clerk noticed the difference in paper colouring and font, and reported it to their superior, who is an acting conduit for the Bureau of Paranormal Discoveries.
The material is a set of transcribed Council Minutes taking place within P1983 (“Wilthaven”), featuring a number of senior figures within the P-Class itself. Key names have been added as signifiers for future reports, as well as other important aspects.
Material is presented below, transcribed in full, with no edits.
– Agent Howard Fyfe, Bureau for Paranormal Discoveries
Continue reading “Wilthaven Minutes (11/10/1967)”
Found addressed to a Mrs Violet Skinner of West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, this document was duly returned to sender, but ended up lost in the postal network until BPD Agents working within the service discovered it and delivered it to us on November 1965. After analysis, it was determined to be part of P1983, and the Agent who failed to report this link was demoted to desk duty.
The item in question is a simple flyer within a sealed white envelope. Flyer is printed on basic paper, in black and white, and shows only degradation to the image, while the text has remained intact.
Text is presented below in full, with no missing sections.
Continue reading “Mayor’s Welcome”
This is the preliminary report for our most recent discovery, the presence of a town called Wilthaven – or P1983, as we are to designate it. This P-Class Dimension was uncovered due to the discovery of several historical documents found at a local car boot sale in Bursledon, and brought to our attention by a civilian who reported the documents to one our of agents who poses as a historical expert at the local library.
These documents range in both value and scope, but all suggest a place that is outside our dimension. P1983 has geometry that is unusual to ours, and a variety of people, places, and events that did not occur in our known history. Therefore, as is procedure, we are to class Wilthaven as an unknown dimension, hence its designation as a P-Class Dimension. Continue reading “BPD Preliminary Report (07/02/1966) – P1983”
1 – An Introduction
I fear it is time for me to finally write down in words the full truth to how I became Mayor of the small town of Wilthaven, and how I have come to hold that position for so long, in spite of local grumblings.
For, you see, for many years now, my position here has been under question. Many feel that my appointment was done under duress, and that the continuing plagues that befall this poor dwelling is somehow my doing. I can only hope, that through this telling of my tale, the people of this fair town and beyond will understand what it is I have sacrificed in order to be in this position, and what I must continue to sacrifice in order to stay in it and – for lack of a better word – keep it safe.
A preposterous notion, I’m sure you’d agree, especially if you were a resident within Wilthaven itself. The nightly terrors that strike our town, combined with the great losses we still suffer to this day do not give creed to the idea that we are better off. However, by knowing the alternative, one can come to realise that it is a lesser of two evils. Why, is it better to divert the train cart yourself so it kills a solitary man, than to leave it be and let it kill dozens. Why, when one talks of the plague in Wilthaven, one usually means that terrors and abominations that are a constant occurrence. Only I suffer the true pain of knowledge. Continue reading “The Musings of Charles Crest – Chapter 1”