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    The Spleen

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    Edward Richtofen: Log Entry: 1471. Date: September 2nd, 1945. Dear diary, another day, another failure. (Static) This time, subject N3WB just (Static) blankly at the floor. The Russian subject still smells like urine, even after he was given a bath und deloused twice! And I think I might have killed the specimen from Mexico. His spleen is on the floor and he's not moving anymore. I can verify with certainty, however, that the barrier is not located in the spleen. Dr. Maxis (Static) continue no matter the cost. I wonder what he might think of the experiments on the little girl... (Edward laughs) (Monkey screeching) Nein! Drop that! That's my spleen! Mine!

     

    The Army Is Stored

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    Edward Richtofen: Log Entry: 1472. Date: September 10th, 1945. Dear diary, today was a good day. The swelling has subsided, the ice helps. They made leberwurst for lunch. It was (Static). I still have not had any luck reprogramming any of the live specimens. Dr. Maxis (Static) the key to unlocking the human mind will be more easily discovered on someone who isn't dead yet. I am not convinced. The army is stored until I can break this, this trust barrier. Oh, apparently someone in security found a spy in the Group, they are delivering him from V-(Static) to replace the one that I broke.

     

    Dempsey's Arrival

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    Edward Richtofen: Log Entry: 1473. Date: September 17th, 1945. Dear diary, today-

    Tank Dempsey: Get your hands off me you damn dirty Nazi!

    Edward Richtofen: Uh-oh! This doesn't look good...

    Tank Dempsey: Yeah, that's right, You want some of this? I'm taking you home in bags, freak!

    (Dempsey grunting and static)

    Edward Richtofen: Nein! I don't think so, American!

    (Dempsey grunts and hits floor)

    Tank Dempsey: Okay, ow!

    Edward Richtofen: I suppose this must be the replacement specimen. Time to get to work.

    Tank Dempsey: I can still hear you...

    Edward Richtofen: Hit him again with the stick!

     

    Spies and Test Subjects

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    Edward Richtofen: Log Entry: 1474. Date: September 20th, 1945. Dear diary, it would seem that the OSS realized that we have captured one of their spies. They tried to send a rescue team to Verrückt that was aw- (Static) the first batch of test subjects. (Laughing) I suspect there are others more in the organization. Dr. Harvey Yena und Dr. Peter McCain to be precise. Dr M- (Static) -nt any Americans in Group 935, no matter how much genius they held. Stupid Americans and their apple pies und baseball and children, but I digress. (Static) The new American test subject is interesting und muscle-y. His intellect seems low, but his will is strong. Like the others, he doesn't seem to know who he is anymore. Unlike the others, he keeps breaking the restraints und yelling at me. (Static) Test subject N3WB is still staring at the floor, muttering what sounds like some kind of proverb over and over again. I think his mind may have been destroyed by the process. Oh well, the Russian subject recently began responding to stimuli, but only after injecting him with a new serum made primarily from vodka. Perhaps this is the breakthrough we’ve been-

     

    Put On Hold

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    Edward Richtofen: Log Entry: 1475. Date: October 1st, 1945. Dear diary, (Static) as for the control group tests, they have been put on hold. Recently I discovered Doctor Maxis does not plan on mass producing the DG-2 as he swore he would. If he won't move those plans forward, then I won't continue following his dream of an undead army! He doesn't deserve his perch of power! He doesn't know what to do with it! But I know just what to do with him... Und I'll take care of that little brat if I get the chance too...

     



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