Walter Corbitt

A dreadful man, buried in a cellar.

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Case files

Containment

Category: Safe

Skeletal remains were uncovered from the site, and are taken to [INSUFFICIENT CLEARANCE LEVEL]. They have been depurated and analyzed, and are deemed safe.

A [REDACTED] was set in place around the remains, but isolation has not been thought necessary. These precautions were deemed sufficient by Dr [INSUFFICIENT CLEARANCE LEVEL].

W. Corbitt’s paranormal capabilities are believed connected to an altar in his basement.

The estate grounds, along with any new structures, is to be periodically inspected for abnormal activity.

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Background

Walter Corbitt bought the estate est. 1840. In the following years, several complaints were field by his neighbors, including: bad odors; loud, disturbing sounds, at night; and how the appearance of the estate made the area look bad.

Walter Corbitt is connected to the [REDACTED], although the specifics are unknown. They helped arrange his burial in his house’s basement.

Inconsistencies

The initial team of investigators reported finding a set of journals. They have yet to be discovered.

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Walter Corbitt

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