CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – Vanguard officials confirmed today that they have arrested a woman in connection with the release of a deadly virus on base.
Cape Canaveral’s research facilities have been on lockdown since Tuesday night, when Delilah Grantham, 26, is said to have unleashed an airborne variant of Ebola called “Ebola Browndell.”
The engineered virus is named after the birthplace of Lexington Clay, reportedly a cousin of Grantham’s. He was shot and killed in a border incident earlier this month.
Dozens of people on base have been exposed to the virus and may be symptomatic within days unless a cure is found. Presumably, the mortality rate is extremely high without proper treatment.
BILOXI, MISSISSIPPI – Andy Sparling wanted to get his fiancee, Emma Jean Doritt, just the right wedding present.
So he planted a flag on the verge of a swamp in eastern Texas and claimed it in the name of a new Consortium protectorate he calls Outer Sparlington.
“We’re going to settle there, build a little house, raise kids, and spread good, wholesome Consortium values among the Texas savages,” Sparling said.
The land was bequeathed to Sparling by his late uncle, Patrick Woods Sparling.
Doritt, for her part, seems to appreciate the gesture.
“I’ve never had my own country before,” she said with a smile.
“Aw, sugar,” Sparling replied. “That’s just the start.”
On Monday, July 7, 8 p.m. Eastern, we’ll have a reboot event in Cape Canaveral involving the Pinnacle message.
GALAXY GALLERIA – Investigators at the Galaxy Galleria sorting through evidence gathered in the wake of the space mall’s near destruction report that they found a PDA registered to Vessa Harden.
Harden, who helped establish Danu Chroi in the Ancient Expanse in 2654, has not been seen in months. Authorities think she may have perished when Comorro and a large warship from an alien universe collided with the Galleria.