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Through The Eyes Of A Necrophile
The 1st Journal of Anderson, Entry Three, 11 April, 1957
There was a murder of one of my classmates today. A man claiming to hear 'voices' inside is head. Appearantly the voices told him to remove the girl's heart. A loss, I sort of liked her. Oh, well.
He also said he could bring people back to life. Now this got me thinking.
The 1st Journal of Anderson, Entry Four, 13, April, 1957
I picked up a couple books from the library. A book on biology, and on called 'Reanimate Biology'. The first book explains the science of life and what keeps living things alive. The second explains how, with reaserch, we might one day be able to bring the dead back to life.
This makes me wonder about that girl...
Chapter One: The Flight To Canada
"Hello, I am Dr. Henry Anderson, and I am looking for anyone with a knowledge or desire to learn of, well, biology. Not the normal biology, though, oh, no. Reanimated biology. The study of revived living matter. Necrobiology, as some mistakenly call it." Said an old-looking man with an English-sounding accent in a video on the internet. "I will make it worth your while if you come to my mansion in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada." He had around shoulder-length hair, though it was hard to tell because he spiked it straight upwards. It was so white it was almost glowing, with the occasional streak of dark red or black.
That, coupled with the lab coat he was wearing, made most of the comments below the video say something like "Oh, look. A mad scientist." Or "No, that's Henry West, from Splatterhouse!" He ended the video by giving the address (which was a bad idea) and saying "That is all."
"So you're actually considering to move to frikkin' Canada just to wor
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