[IC-PROLOGUE] The Hangar

A decade ago, a band of occult investigators battled against the summoning of an ancient and monstrous evil. They failed. Now you must piece together the puzzle and finish what they could not. The stakes are high, and so is the price to pay. Can you do it?

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Re: [IC-PROLOGUE] The Hangar

Postby Mr. Handy » Fri Dec 11, 2015 4:19 am

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"Yes, let's try talking to Mr. Henslowe first," says Holly. "We know for a fact he can decipher the code because he used it, and we can reveal the contents of the letters to him safely because he wrote them. If we can't get him to open up, or find the key to the code in his journal, we can always consult an expert upon our return. Well, I think we've accomplished enough for tonight. Tomorrow morning at nine is good for me."
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Re: [IC-PROLOGUE] The Hangar

Postby leonardolad » Sat Dec 12, 2015 12:26 pm

"I agree, Dr. Chastain. However, I'll probably need more time at the archives in order to find something. Ian explains. In fact, I could use a little help. Fontana, do you fancy a visit to The Boston Post?"
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Re: [IC-PROLOGUE] The Hangar

Postby Mr. Handy » Sun Dec 13, 2015 5:24 am

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"All right," says Holly. "We can spend another day in Boston. While you're doing that, I can look up Mr. Winston's therapist. Father, you're a friend of the family. Perhaps you should accompany me."
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Re: [IC-PROLOGUE] The Hangar

Postby TheLibrarian » Mon Dec 14, 2015 3:42 am

"That plan sounds as good as any", says Flanagan. "Hopefully together we can glean some useful information."
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Re: [IC-PROLOGUE] The Hangar

Postby carnage_lee » Mon Dec 14, 2015 12:29 pm

Previously Morin said:   .. In fact, I could use a little help. Fontana, do you fancy a visit to The Boston Post?"  


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"That sounds like a good idea Morin, shall we say meet at ten tomorrow morning? That will give me a couple of hours to get my affairs sorted.."
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Re: [IC-PROLOGUE] The Hangar

Postby laitang » Tue Dec 15, 2015 3:02 pm

Clarence returned to the hanger for 9am the next morning. After 30 mins and no sign of the others, he locates a telephone and dials the number of Thomas Foster, Janet Winston's secretary. " Hello Mr Foster, My name is Clarence Lanalor. I am in the employ of Janet Winston. I would to like to make an appointment to speak to you about her father, the late Walter Winston. In particular any old travel documents, passports, receipts, etc, belonging to Mr Winston which the family may still have."
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