1940, Suffolk. This picture is one of the few items recovered from the team sent to investigate air raid siren sounds coming from Thetford Forest. The alarm tricked locals into leaving their homes, some venturing deep into the woods.
beep “Hey Charlotte… I know it’s been a while, I’m sorry. It’s fine if you don’t wanna pick up. Just listen. I… I had that dream again. Last time I saw that thing was right before Sam’s accident. I just… stay safe, please.”
1976, a hot summer day. You are playing in the backyard when you notice a smell, like trash that’s been left out for too long. Mom calls from inside: “Lunch is ready! Come in and stop playing with that sprinkler!” That’s when you see it.
A 1914 letter to Sister Elizabeth of the Ever-Sharpening Blade:
“Please give us Dorothy back. You were to get rid of her parents, but not take her. I will not have their only heir become one of your kind, or whatever you plan to do with her. We will do anything.”
The man with the upside-down face has been repeatedly sighted in photographs of tragic events. His relation to the incidents is unclear. Pictured: a car crash in Sweden, 1958, and a balloon accident in Fort Sill, OK, 1918.
Creature designs belong to Trevor Henderson. Images © Eduardo Valdés-Hevia