Angel Note | Basement’s Basement Note | Carbon Paper | Corpse Memo #1 | Corpse Memo #2 | Corpse Memo #3 | Corpse Memo #4 | Corpse Memo #5 | Corpse Memo #6 | Dear Tim Note | Different Place Note | Direckter’s Key Note | Doctor’s Diary | Hole Note | Joseph Note | Lake Legend | Lakeview Note | Louise | Monument | Murder Article | Neely’s Note | Newspaper| Patient Record | Prison Officer’s Diary | Rooftop Diary | Silenced Spirits Note | Society Key’s Note | Swamp Monument | Tern Tern Tern Note | Whiteboard Note | Wrench

Angel Note

She is an angel no one knows only I can see the Lady of the Door they cannot walk along her Bridge of Thread they fall from the weight of their crimes. Like bloated and ugly corpses their sins she devours them sun and sinner alike she saves me she is an angel.

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Basement’s Basement

I was locked up inside the basement’s basement. It was so small and dark and I was so afraid. I dropped my precious ring. But I will never, ever go back there.

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Carbon Paper

i know it i know the number of the box XXXX it cant help him anymore the button key doesnt scare me so nobody can stop who i am i don’t know who i am is who i am is who i am is

Version 2: me i am and no one can stop me one can stop me no one can stop me can stop can stop no no

Version 3: me i am a genius and no one can stop me and no one can stop me one can stop me no one can stop me can stopcan stop no no

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Corpse Memo #1

I’m going to write everything that I’ve learned so far. Maybe that will help you out some how. If you’re reading this, it probably means I’m already dead.

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Corpse Memo #2

I saw those demons. They were there, I’m certain. But my friend says he didn’t see anything. If that’s true, does that mean that what I saw was an illusion? But whether that demon that ate human beings was real, or whether it was just some kind of hallucination that my mind dreamed up… One thing I know for sure is that I’m beyond all hope.

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Corpse Memo #3

It seems that they’re attracted to light. That’s why people who need light to see are their natural prey. They also react strongly to sound. If you want to go on living, you’d be better off just sitting in the dark and staying quiet. But even that probably won’t save you.

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Corpse Memo #4

If you’re going to try to fight them, the most important thing is to relax. It’s dangerous to fire a gun while you’re all crazy with fear. Take good aim, and then squeeze the trigger. And don’t forget to finish them off. I think most of those creatures can be killed, even if they are tougher than people.

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Corpse Memo #5

Run away.

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Corpse Memo #6

Run away! Run away! Run away!
Run away! Run away! Run away!
Run away! Run away! Run away!

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Dear Tim Note

Dear Tim,

I have to run an errand so I’m going out. I left the house key with Uncle David (You know where he lives, don’t you? The key is in the room near the first floor staircase.). I’ll be back as soon as I can, so please watch the place while I’m gone.

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Different Place Note

If you really want to SEE Mary, you should just DIE. But you might be heading to a different place than MARY, James.

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Direckter’s Key Note

I took the direckters’s key – the one to the mooseum. I hid it behind the preying woman when I went out for the day trip. I picked it up but I did not steal it. I’m not a krimminal.

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Doctor’s Diary

The potential for this illness exists in all people and, under the right circumstances, any man or woman would be driven, like him, to “the other side.” The “other side’ perhaps may not be the best way to phrase it. After all, there is no wall between here and there. It lies on the borders where reality and unreality intersect. It is a place both close and distant. Some say it isn’t even an illness. I cannot agree with them. I’m a doctor, not a philosopher or even a psychiatrist. But sometimes I have to ask myself this question. It’s true that to us his imaginings are nothing but the inventions of a busy mind. But to him, there simply is no other reality. Furthermore he is happy there. So why, I ask myself, why in the name of healing him must we drag him painfully into the world of our own reality? (Something else is written by hand.) I got the key from Joseph. It’s probably the key to that box.

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Hole Note

There was a HOLE here. It’s gone now.

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If Joseph looks calm, he can be taken out of his cell.

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Lake Legend

Toluca Lake, the town’s main tourist attraction. This clear, beautiful lake has another side as well. It may seem like just a typical ghost story that you might find in any number of old towns across the country. But in this case, the legend is true. On a fog-bound Novmber day in 1918, the Little Baroness, a ship filled with tourists, failed to return to port. A newspaper article from back then simply says “It most likely sunk for some reason”. Despite an extensive police search, not a single fragment of the ship nor any of the 14 bodies of passengers or crew has ever been recovered to this day. In 1939, an even stranger incident occurred.(There are many pages torn out) Many corpses rest at the bottom of this lake. Their bony hands reach up
towards the boats that pass overhead. Perhaps they reach for their comrades.

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Lakeview Note

Mr. James Sunderland, The videotape you forgot here is being kept in the office on the 1st floor.

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I’ll take care of you four ever. It’s my destiny!

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In memory of the sixty seven who died of illness and now sleep beneath the lake.

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Murder Article

The police announced today that Walter Sullivan, who was arrested on the 18th of this month for the brutal murder of Billy Locane and his sister Miriam, committed suicide in his jail cell early on the morning of the 22nd.

According to the police statement, Sullivan used a soup spoon to stab himself in the neck, severing his carotid artery. By the time the guard discovered him, Sullivan was dead from blood loss, the spoon buried two inches in his neck.

An old schoolmate of Walter Sullivan’s from his hometown of Pleasant River said “He didn’t look like the type of guy who
would kill kids. But I do remember that just before they arrested him he was blurting out all sorts of strange stuff like “He’s trying to kill me. He’s trying to punish me. The monster… the red devil. Forgive me. I did it, but it wasn’t me!”

The schoolmate then added “I guess now that I think of it, he was kinda crazy.”

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Neeley’s Note

I’ll wait at “BAR” Neely’s”

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Newspaper Article

The bo____f a man later identified as Thomas Oro____ Lumberjack, ag_ 39) was discovered in the ______________om lying fa_____. The probable cause of dea____as multiple stab wounds to the front of the neck and the left side of the torso by a sharp edged weapon. The estimated____e of death was somewhere between 11:00 p.____nd 12:30 midnight. Due to signs of
struggle in the room and the lack of a murder weapon, police are cons__ering this a homicide and have opened a murder investigation. Furthermore, given the fact that the cash in the room was untouched and Mr.Oro_____ad a history of drunkenness and violence, the polic______ect that t________tive was not robbery________ of crime o_____ion.

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Patient Record

Jack Davis – He has attempted suicide three times in the past for reasons unknown. Although he is normally a model patient who follows doctor’s and nurse’s orders, he must be watched closely due to his past pattern of sudden and violent suicide attempts.

Joseph Barkin – His illness seems to be rooted in the fact that he believes he is guilty of causing his daughter’s death. His symptoms suggest a psychotic break and paranoid delusions. Normally calm, but has a tendency towards violence when excited.

Joshua Lewis – History of hospitalization as well as numerous assault, battery and other violent offenses. He has a strong persecution complex and a tendency to solve things through violence. Extreme caution necessary.

Prison Officer’s Journal

Prisoner’s do not feel remorse. In fact, they do not feel themselves to be villains at all. Even the most uneducated brute will use what little words he knows to justify himself. In such trifling dreams they have, flourishing even in the darkness. Prisoners, too, are no exceptions. No matter how foul nor loathsome one’s own life and existence may be, human
nature is abiding.

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Rooftop Diary

May 9: Rain. Stared out the window all day. Peaceful here – nothing to do. Still not allowed to go outside.

May 10: Still raining. Talked with the doctor a little. Would they have saved me if I didn’t have a family to feed? I know I’m pathetic, weak. Not everyone can be strong.

May 11: Rain again. The meds made me feel sick today. If I’m only better when I’m drugged, then who am i anyway?

May 12: Rain as usual. I don’t want to cause any more trouble for anyone, but I’m a bother either way. Can it really be a such a sin to run instead of fight? Some people may say so, but they don’t have to live in my shoes. It may be selfish, but it’s what I want. It’s too hard like this. It’s just too hard….

May 13: It’s clear outside. The doctors told me I’ve been released – that I’ve got to go home. I ———-

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Silenced Spirits Note

The name comes from the legend of the people whose land was stolen from them.

They call this place “The Place of the Silenced Spirits.” By “Spirits,” they meant not only their dead relatives, but also the spirits that they believed inhabited the trees, rocks and water around them.

According to legend, this was where the holiest ceremonies took place.

But it was not the ancestors of those who now live in this town that first stole the land from these people. There were others who came before.

In those days, this town went by another name. But that name is now hopelessly lost in the veils of times.

All we know is that there was another name, and that for some reason the town was once abandoned by its residents.

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Society Key Note

Or perhaps you are a fool. The truth usually betrays people. A part of that abyss is in the old society. The key to the society is in the park. At the foot of the praying woman, inside of the ground, inside of a box. To open it, I need a wrench. My patient buried it there. I knew, but I did nothing. It made me uneasy to have such a thing near. I wasn’t looking for the truth, I was looking for tranquility. I also saw that thing. I fled, but the museum was sealed as well. Now no one dares to approach that place. If you still do not wish to stop, James, I pray to the Lord to have mercy on your eternal soul.

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Swamp Monument

Remains of _____ Swamp
The ____ers of land surroun____ __ is monument was originally swamp, but was later fil_____ Fr____ng ago, t__________s nicknamed Blood Swamp because the _______ers poured the wat__ _sed to was the ex______ols in here. Perhaps it’s fo______hat many pe_____m to have s____ ______n the area.

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Tern Tern Tern

Tern tern tern the numbers better not forget them So i’ll right them down here XXXX The other one, my secret name

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3rd floor patient wing hall – 7335/1328

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Wrench Note

He who is not bold enough to be stared at from across the abyss is not bold enough to stare into it himself. The truth can only be learned by marching forward. Follow the map. There’s a letter and a wrench.

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