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”
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
Continue reading “Police Report 18/03/1972”
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.
Continue reading “Operation Turista (Part 3)”
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.
Continue reading “Operation Turista (Part 2)”
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”