Burned Journals

While scouring the shelves of the Brockford House, Rosie noticed some badly burned books somewhat hidden within the rather extensive literary collection. Mostly hand-written, likely by different authors, some information can still be gleaned from the pages…

Traveler’s Journal
The pages of this diary that aren’t completely scorched appear to be excerpts from a person’s experiences in New England. Mentions superstitions and other influences in the history of the region’s fishing communities. There are references to the city of Portsmouth, on the New Hampshire coast.

Demise of a Merchant Marine
Not much more than a small thin pamphlet inserted between a ragged leather cover, Rosie would come to the realization that this amounted to a suicide note: the testament of a tortured, morphine-addicted man who witnessed some abstract horrors as a merchant-marine officer in World War I.

Burned Book [Can be further studied]
This collection of tattered papers appears to be notes on local history, geology, mythology, and occult elements, with an attempt at correlating it all into some grim whole.

Burned Book [Can be further studied]
From what is legible, this seems to be a collection of notes of a mathematical or astrological nature – there are columns of figures, and other astrological or maybe even alchemical symbols.

Burned Journals

Occult Occurrences GM_Nathan