Delta Green-Lost in the Dark Operation Whispers

From Karriviki

Date: 12.9.1997

Agents and Friedlies:

  • Dockery (Agent Richard)
  • Julius Estéban (Agent Robert)
  • Theodore Weeden

Case Details


  • A squad of marines on loan for the search


  • A sample of the reptilian hybrids
    • One frontal limb
    • Tests showed relationship top terrestrial organisms
    • Warm-blooded vertebrate




  • Allenburg, Mississippi


  • To capture a live sample of the hybrid creatures for study

Operation Log

  • Laboratory studies of the lizard-human hybrid limb recovered in operation Will-o-the-Wisp
    • Venom similar to other reptile venoms
    • Many questions remain unanswered
      • Brain structure
      • Intelligence
  • Plan to capture a live specimen
  • There had been sightings in the Allenburg area
  • Authorization from USAMRIID to study an epidemic in the area possibly carried by local animals
    • A squad of marines to help with searches
  • Search in two groups
    • Robert & Richard + 4 marines
    • Weeden + 3 marines
  • No results on first day
  • Search continued at night
    • Previous encounter at night-time
  • Worryng about Weeden's equipment and survival skills
  • Shots fired after midnight
    • The second group had sighted something and tried to shoot it, unsuccessfully
    • Weeden was missing
    • He was found nearby, unconscious
    • Bitemarks matched the size of creature we were looking for
  • Weeden had encountered the creature in the dark without realizing what it was
    • He still thought it was a snake
    • He was hospitalized, but luckily his thick leather coat had protected him so he had not been poisoned


Result of operation:

Causes for success/failure:

  • The mission was considered to be a failure and no one was willing to try again

Lessons learned:

Improvements (processes, intelligence, resources):

Leads and loose ends:


Operation Whispers Report by Agent Robert (In Finnish)


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