Delta Green-Lost in the Dark Operation A Victim of the Art

From Karriviki

Spoiler Warning: Contains spoilers for the official DG adventure "A Victim of the Art" Date: 23.9.1998

Agents and Friedlies:

  • Julius Estéban (Agent Robert)
  • Joseph Mulligan
  • Anthony Norland
  • Edgar Smith
  • Chang Sung
  • Theodore Weeden

Case Details

Who?

The suspect:

  • "The Chiropractor"
  • The boy with the amulet

The meddlers:

  • Mr. Ortiz
  • Joseph Mulligan

What?

When?

Where?

Long Island, New York City

Why?

Operation Log

  • Intercepting the FBI case
  • Unusual serial killer
  • Three murders known
    • Two attacked while walking outside in the dark
    • One victim attacked at home
    • The spines of the victims had been removed
  • The only witness was catatonic
  • The crime scenes indicated that the attacker was capable of lifting a large man and flying
  • Mulligan stumbled onto the scene
    • He said that he had investigated Groversville a month before and had been shot there
    • He also claimed he had woken up under a bridge in New York just a few days ago and that Ortiz had appeared and sent him here
  • A suspect with links to all victims was found, a boy who had inherited some occult objects
    • He was constantly wearing an amulet
    • We surmised that the amulet transformed him into a creature responsible for the murders
    • Mulligan had interviewed the boy and managed to obtain the amulet when the boy was arrested
  • As instructed we sent the amulet away for study
    • After it was neutralized, the boy was released
  • During the investigation it was heard that professor Smith was alive
    • He had been at some kind of private clinic for treatment, but would not reveal more

Debriefing

Result of operation:

Causes for success/failure:

Lessons learned:

Improvements (processes, intelligence, resources):

Leads and loose ends:

Attachments

A Victim of the Art Report by Agent Robert

Discussion