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The foreword to this interview is to provide the Stoker Estate some elucidation on the more unseemly sections of the proceeding interview. For the sake of brevity, a brief detailing of events leading up to the interview has been listed. I was contracted by the Stoker Estate to locate the crew from the latest expedition to inquire about their dereliction of duties, conduct an interview about their failings, and mediate in the termination of their service. After plying the locals around the Providence area, I received some information about the possible whereabouts of one Mr. Howard.
Mr. Howard had been inducted into expedition 5A under the behest of the Stoker family. He had been selected due to his knowledge of the nearby town and his disbelief of the local rumors surrounding the recently purchased Ladd excavation site which had been shut down two decades prior to the Stoker Estate’s involvement and subsequent purchase. The subject of interview was intercepted from the local constable after an incident at a local bar in the Providence area.
Mr. Howard had been sequestered after a violent outburst in a local bar which lead to his expulsion from the establishment. Afterwards he was detained by the local constable when he was witnessed in a state of dishevelment and unseemliness. I was made aware of his location and arrived at the constable’s office to negotiate his release after the proposition of accounting the events of his expedition. He appeared groggy, and suffering the effects of the previous night’s revelries. He initially turned down my inquiry until I made him privy to the fact that I was mediating on the behalf of the Stoker family. It was only then that he began his tale. (Read more...)
Today, August 8th, 2020, marks the ten-year anniversary of the
first edits on this sie. I myself have only been here for the last
five years, but it still leaves me wondering, Where does all the