This interlude was intended to utilize a form of storytelling that focused on a main character, but through the eyes of different people throughout history. Emily has been seen numerous times since her death, but most of what people said they saw was written off as superstition or hysteria (in the first page, the man actually burned the journal entry in case having written it down would somehow have consequences). As we get closer to modern day technology, it will be interesting to see how Malcolm’s neighbors have had to adapt for fear of being discovered.

I had quite the enjoyable challenge playing with historical fiction that incorporated real people, and real events. The Battle of Cape Matapan was a real in the Mediterranean, as was Admiral Cunningham, but the Investigations Office of the Warfare Archives and the people in the interrogation are not.

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