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LTC Reinwald Supporting Member of TMP22 Jun 2018 5:57 a.m. PST

From the journals of Dr. John Watson . . .

When I look at the three massive manuscript volumes which contain our work for the year 1894, I confess that it is very difficult for me, out of such a wealth of material, to select the cases which are most interesting in themselves, and at the same time most conducive to a display of those peculiar powers for which my friend was famous. As I turn over the pages, I see my notes upon the repulsive story of the red leech and the terrible death of Crosby, the banker. Here also I find an account of the North Piddle tragedy, and the singular contents of the ancient British barrow. Each of these would furnish a narrative, but on the whole I am of opinion that none of them unites so many singular points of interest as the secret war that was fought against the Witch King of Sokur, which includes not only the exploits of Theodore Roosevelt, but also those subsequent developments which threw so curious a light upon the causes of the change in the world . . .

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Legion 422 Jun 2018 6:29 a.m. PST

Oh My !!!! huh?

clifblkskull Supporting Member of TMP22 Jun 2018 8:20 p.m. PST

Very nice
Thanks
Clif

Rich Bliss24 Jun 2018 7:03 a.m. PST

Very well written. You capture the period well.

TheBeast Supporting Member of TMP24 Jun 2018 8:53 a.m. PST

We've been feeling the IHMN itch recently; thanks for upping the ante… ;->=

Doug

Borderguy19025 Jun 2018 2:06 p.m. PST

Very cool.

John Leahy01 Jul 2018 11:53 a.m. PST

This was great!

Thanks.

John

TheBeast Supporting Member of TMP09 Jul 2018 9:35 a.m. PST

Someone asked: Where does "The Destroyer" come from?

Manager at my store says it's from a group of GW figs named 'Khemri Ushabti'; apparently there several other animal heads, as appropriate for Egyptian gods inspiration.

Doug

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