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After a series of painful interviews, I have managed to put together this flawless fable for your enjoyment. I apologise for the lack of ravishing recollections we have experienced over the last couple of months, and even though the update rate is expected to rise somewhat, it is still going to be far below what we are striving to achieve. We apologise for the inconvenience, but then again, when your garden is occupied by savages, what is there to do? (more…)

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So the third part is here. Once again, if you haven’t read the two previous segments in this tantalizing tale, I urge you to do so immediately. They can be found on the very page you are visiting right now. As for the author’s sanity, it is improving at a steady, but slow rate. I do hope that he will fully recover someday, but as you will soon see, he has experienced some quite terrible things in his seafaring life. So please, read this monstrous memory.

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It is time, I think, for the next part of my patients nautical narrative. If you are not familiar with the first part of this text, I urge you to have a look at it. It can be found in the Burbanks section, or if you are really lucky, you may find it by scrolling down on the very page you are viewing. So part two is here, enjoy!

Part two: Drama in Manhattan. (more…)

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My name is Burbanks. Head Scientist Burbanks, for those who care about titles. Among other things, I run an asylum for people who have lost their sanity. This can of course happen for a variety of reasons, but the condition of my patients does not come from a chemical abnormality in the brain, or suppressed emotions from their childhood, but rather from the shocking experiences they have made in their –without exceptions, remarkable lives. (more…)

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Fudge Munch! A collection of tall tales and strange stories from the frontier. We will soon begin posting on a weekly basis, supplying you, the reader, with magnificent myths, ample allusions, fantastic fables and long lost legends. Until then,

Dr. Burbanks & Col. Vancroft

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