Junior Officer Adrian H. Black
VALLEY PROJECT ██
I know we haven’t spoken in a long time, but I need your help. I have joined a project, my role is to observe and report back to my superiors. Yet, there is a problem. Read my other reports if you can, but know this one is important.
It has occurred to me that these reports are getting censored by the lab coats that run this place. The security personal don’t care, as long as they avoid any trouble that may occur. It is like a holiday being here to them, not a prison sentence.
It then came to my attention that some of the information being redacted shouldn’t be. I decided to do a little investigating and find out why and develop this report that will make it to you uncensored, thanks to a little help from a maintenance computer.
I am a soldier, but before I could fire I gun I could hack a password better than any techy.
Dr. Emily E. Johnson is in fact Dr. Emily E. Silver, the ex-wife of Frank L. Silver.
Reed’s mother is conducting the experiment. I understood that Frank was a special person in the valley community, but clearly I had no idea. If his ex is in charge of the project it can only hint at something going on that involves the family itself.
Peeking into Dr. Silver’s records I discovered that upon her and Frank’s divorce her death was faked. She was collected by agents, but not like most employees. She was attempting to contact the higher-ups for years and eventually they responded.
While the details of the doctor’s experiment are kept to her personal computer, I know for a fact that everything has been constructed to receive Reed. His arrival wasn’t just something that was thought up for an experiment, he is the lead subject in the experiment.
Information like this is pertaining to the project itself, it should not be censored. Yet, whenever I wish to mention a specific scientist or an important part of the project, it is redacted as I write about it. The lab coats read my reports as I write them, they are watching me as closely they watch the valley community.
I will continue to provide reports through my computer and cassettes, to maintain appearances, but if something is wrong I will try here again. I am here to find problems, to put a stop to any behavior that constitutes an offense to my superiors.
So far, I have nothing solid to work with, but you know how much I trust a gut feeling.