From several people’s journals I have discovered there is a serial killer, the Inferno Killer, lurking about Kaikoura, New Zealand. This is an excerpt from Kyle Kittelty’s journals, the constable in charge of the Inferno Killer’s case.
Constable Kittelty’s Journals:
On the South Peninsula of Kaikoura a clandestine “think tank” had emerged post-Worldwide War III, summoning the brightest scientists from across the Globe. Dr. Zettesberg, all of five foot three inches, stood over the blackened corpse. Visibly shaken, the pale delicate Swedish doctor pulled at his thinning blond hair and continued to stammer. Towering over the doctor at six foot four inches, I felt sorry for the small, shaken brainiac. Before I focused on the charred body I scanned the entire enclosure. My eyes widened when I realized we were not alone in the otherwise sterile, temperature-controlled laboratory. Rows and rows of suspended bodies in transparent thermal suits lay before us. Their chests moved in unison as the collective respirator helped these living corpses breathe. An element of Dr. Zettesberg’s research included the effect diseases, viruses and toxins had on terminally ill patients that had donated their limited lives to research.
His body farm, where he and his colleagues harvested stem cells and more, was well known and respected by the locals. Dr. Zettesberg’s monumental studies and cures had saved many lives. However, most Kaikourans, including myself, had never seen the suspended bodies or the complicated life support system. Only miracles were birthed here, and not meant for a serial killer’s dumpsite.