August 16th., 1922
Calgary Field Office
ATTN: Director Silver
RE: Case File SA-120816-RtA
The operation was a complete failure. The resistance we encountered was far better trained than we've encountered to date. We were outnumbered and outgunned, and were unable to recover any artifacts. I was able to destroy one of the crates before taking heavy fire myself, but the other three items items in question were lost. Consider them to be in use by evil forces and brief other field teams appropriately.
Additionally, it is with a heavy heart that I must inform you of the loss of Agent Elizabeth Montrose while on assignment pursuant to case file SA-120816-RtA.
I respectfully request that you forward the enclosed personal effects to her family. Also, if possible to do so without revealing too much, please relay my utmost respect and admiration to them. She served heroically in her first two assignments, even saving my own life on one of those occasions. Her death was quick; at the hands of a cultist with obvious skill in long range weaponry who still remains at large. As you know, a swift end is the best one can hope for in our line of work.
I am confident that Agent Montrose had suffered no adverse mental or spiritual damage prior to being lost in action and, as she was following my orders, I accept full responsibility for her death. Her loss will be felt heavily by my team. I know it will be difficult for them, but please consider this letter as formal request for an immediate replacement.
Please be advised that Special Agent Luzifer had recently joined our team and was present for this mission as well. We thought he had been fatally wounded during this operation, but his body seems to have disappeared while we were tending to Agent Montrose. Without clear evidence of his demise or survival I recommend that he be listed is Missing In Action.
Agent Carl Selinger
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