Mysterious Woman - Narrator
"If you have received this letter, then it can be presumed, I have
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Narrator mysterious woman

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Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Mysterious Woman - Narrator "If you have received this letter, then it can be presumed, I have died. And my dead comes my failure to protect you. To save you. And for that: I am sorry. You do not know me and I have never met you physically. But I know you. I know everything about you. It was necessary to understand why you were next, just as it shall be necessary for you to know why I came before you, and why your own successor shall be after you, should you fail. It saddens me that this burden will now pass to you, as it was passed to me and the many before us both. You will not understand from these words I write alone, and, in the beginning, you will not believe. Just as I did not believe. Maybe if I had done so sooner, I'd have found a way to protect you from all this. Understand that you are in danger. You, and all you hold dear, until the day you die, and the danger will pass to the next person like you. You must try to succeed where I failed. I will help you the best I can, and accordingly, I have left to you all of my worldly possessions - most of which being my research into the burden that will now begin to haunt you. To you, this will merely be ramblings of a departed lunatic. To me, this was everything. And while I cannot help you in any physical form, know that I, and the many before me, will be there to guide you. And, in time, you will notice us. In the shadows.

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