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As if ARGs blurring the line between fantasy and reality weren’t enough, a new mystery is being uncovered, blurring the line between fantasy and reality about a writer whose line between fantasy and reality is blurred!
Wednesday, march 18th: Wikibruce received a package with a bulge in the mail from one “P. Martin” on Mission Blvd. in San Diego. It was mailed March 13th. Inside - a riddle wrapped in an enigma…well, a newspaper at least; the San Diego Union Tribune, of March 10th, pages A3-4,9-10. If that’s important at all.
Contained within the neatly folded newspaper was an old, rattled audio recorder. Taped to its front was a sticky note (redundancy for the win) with the phrase “Play me” teasingly scrawled across its face.
Some clarification on the instructions would have been nice, but I went with the easy answer and pressed play on the recorder. Success! For once, batteries were included. Immediately, a recorded interview began playing betwen a man and woman. The nature of the conversation appeared to be one of a doctor / patient relation.
Based on the discussion ensuing at Unfiction, it’s been determined that this is an ex-novelist, discussing her problems with her therapist. Put on your crazy pants! Characters in her stories come to life. Most recently, a character Charlotte, whose story the writer chose to leave incomplete, appeared to her – on the street, supposedly as the cause of a large multi-car collision.
The writer’s first episode, however, starring one of her other characters – Julia – would have been enough to traumatize most people. But I’ll leave you to discover that story.
This doctor / patient interview has been getting pieced together segment by segment by people who’ve received similar packages in the mail. At the time of this writing, 5 segments have been reported, spanning (what is believed to be) two and a half sessions. This tape was labeled “2/2″ (2nd session, part 2). You can hear below.
A twelve year old girl, Josy, has an inexplicable illness and vanishes without a trace from the doctor’s office during treatment. Her father, Viktor Larenz, a well-known psychiatrist, withdraws years later to an isolated North Sea island in order to deal with the tragedy. Here he receives a dangerous visit from a beautiful stranger. Anna Spiegel is a novelist and she suffers from an unusual form of schizophrenia: all the characters she creates for her books become real. And in her last novel she has written about a young girl with an unknown illness who vanishes one day without a trace. …
Is the inconceivable possible? Do Anna’s delusions describe Josy’s last days? Viktor Larenz begins the therapy in an attempt to uncover the horrible truth.
Below is the full compiled audio from the currently reported session segments: 1/1, 1/2, 2/1, 2/2, and 3/1. Take a peek…
- Join in the discussion at Unfiction, where people are actually trying to determine where the recordings took place and where the locations mentioned are!
- Transcripts are listed at Wonderweasels.org