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The Eversible Antarctic Sky – Part Two

An essay by Desmond Ashmore, as provided by James Hanson Art by Luke Spooner Click here for Part One! May 25th, 1863 I have been vindicated by my machine, which was unfortunately audible for the better part of three days … Continue reading

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Sport of Kings

An essay by Rick King, as provided by Judith Field Art by Luke Spooner I woke up, rolled over and collided with something solid. Stretching out a shaking hand, I opened my eyes. I was facing the oak tree in … Continue reading

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Incident at the Faerie Festival

An essay by Mel Dickson, as provided by Pathos Art by Luke Spooner I was surprisingly calm the morning before the incident. One would assume that on the eve of assisting in such an insidious plot, one would feel butterflies, but … Continue reading

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Inside You

An essay from an unnamed entity, as provided by Iulian Ionescu Art by Luke Spooner I’m a monster, let’s get that right off the bat. I’ve been a monster since the day I was spawned, but I really hate that word, … Continue reading

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The Fibril Prosthetic

An essay by Mr Grim, as provided by Steve Toase Art by Luke Spooner “Run that past me again?” I said, looking at the object on the table, then the rounded nub at the end of my leg. The doctor smiled and … Continue reading

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A Bad Case of Rabies

The journal of Andy Ortega, discovered by Jason Bougger Art by Luke Spooner About three months ago, I quit my job in Chemical Weapon research and moved back to Denison to take care of my sick mother. By mere chance, … Continue reading

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The Nature of Sin

An essay by Dr. Mark Mathis, as provided by Jeffrey Wooten Art by Luke Spooner On the first plane I sat by a young lady that could have passed for the granddaughter I never had. She was excited; it was her … Continue reading

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On Dosing the Water Supply with a High Powered Mind Control Mutagen

An essay by Dr. Zora Next, as delivered to the Press by Brandon Miller Art by Luke Spooner Dear My Concerned Public: I want to take this opportunity to clear up the misconceptions about the events of April 20, 2013, … Continue reading

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Effects of Subcranial Electrode Implantation on Neurological Function: Insights from a Case Study

An academic paper by Flavius Vulnificus, PhD, as provided by Carl Grafe Art by Luke Spooner ABSTRACT While electrical brain stimulation is commonly used as a treatment for disorders like Parkinson’s disease and epilepsy, the neurological effects of direct exposure … Continue reading

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The Warning Sign: Dr. Maxwell’s Notes on First Contact

An essay by Dr. Arlen Maxwell, as provided by S. R. Algernon Art by Luke Spooner [These journal entries were found on the desk of Dr. Arlen Maxwell, who was last seen in a state of partial undress in the … Continue reading

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