As of midnight tonight my probation period as the owner and operator of GBI:Sac will officially be over. Without a doubt, this has been the most unusual, uncomfortable, and unbelievable year of my life. I would like to take this time to discuss 2 major cases during this time.
Our first real case came unusually on the 4th or July. At this time the team consisted only of myself and Trisha LaTotes. I should note that over this past year Trisha has been an extremely valuable resource to this team and I am glad I chose her has my first hire, but I digress. We were asked to investigate a strange disturbance at an apartment complex called Flatbush Arms. We didn’t know it at the time, but this would be our first face to “face” enounter with a Class IV entity. The we learned this phantasm belonged to one Eric Ruston. I won’t bore with the details, though one can view specifics in my spirit guide. At this time LaTotes and I learned the value of research when facing a Class IV entity as we found ourselves unprepared when combating our foe. We also realized that in a two against one battle against a ghost like this, we were somehow outnumbered. Our first order of business upon returning would be hiring a larger staff.
Our second large case this year was far less straight forward. It was significant in that this was our first encounter with living constructs and this would be our first mission with Cherry Mahogany. Cherry was part of our first round of hires that LaTotes and I made. With her, we also hired an individual named Clyde who we found to be a less than satisfactory Buster. Cherry brought a new element to the team that we were missing (I still haven’t exactly pinpointed what that element is, but I’m sure it will reveal itself soon enough). The call came from BioMedChemTech Offices. As noted earlier, this was our first encounter with living constructs. Due to a series of agreements, I cannot divulge many details other than that these “creatures” are called Garboids and should be approached with extreme caution and soap. Upon witnessing these Garboids I began to ask myself, what will happen to a world, when their god is destroyed?
I think this may be the best place to end. I look forward to my coming years with this franchise.
Sincerely, Dr. Daniel P. Higgens