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I,  Abraham Gagoundeballs regret to inform you all of the death of my dear brother Ahab Gagoundeballs. The former Chief Librarian and most respected soldier was reported K.I.A during a routine mission to the Vatican a few weeks ago. The following statement exists solely to inform you, his dear readers of his passing and also to let you know that I, Abraham Gagoundeballs will be taking his position as Chief Librarian. His position here with Burbanks’ team will also be filled by me. I will try to publish all of his non-classified work for your hopefully educational visit to this site.

Sincerely, Abraham Gagoundeballs.

In loving memory of my dear brother, Ahab Gagoundeballs.

May he rest in piece.

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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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Subject: Lt. Eugene Vancroft
Status: Wounded, on recovery
Date: 13/6/34

A brief report on how I came to travel through Northern Italy in a 1925 Fiat along with Vidar Geiteseng; and, how I made my way to Dixon. Current status of the Vatican and evaluation of my mission there will be published in a later report.

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Apparently, the British bureaucracy has been in a slight distress as of late, somehow managing to missend the final part of Hammers’ letter to a dutch sailor whose name need no mention here. I feel pressed to apologize for any inconvenience this wait may have caused for any of you, and I am proud to be able to present to you, the letter in its full, continued and uncensored glory. (more…)

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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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Northern Negotiations

It was a cold December night. The winds blew, roared like bulldozers around the wooden walls of the Throle estate in the deep pine forests of the north. The radio had just blurted out the last news of the battle of Helsinki. The civil casualties, and five and a half thousand dead allied troops could hardly be known as a success, even though the occupying Nazi forces had suffered a great loss and been driven as far as to Latvia. (more…)

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This little piece of history was something I found tucked into the last pages of a rather advanced book concerning werewolves, particularily the ones surrounding Prague, during one of my numerous raids in the city libaries’ “seldomly-sought-after” section.
Apparently, the infamous legend Ivan Hammer, had in his very short time in Prague, done studies on the werewolves of Prague and their nature, perhaps in his rush he had left this letter where an earlier incident in his life had been written down by what seems like Ivan “the Hammer” himself. I have decided that it would be for the benefit of us all to read this. (more…)

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