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 Today, a rather strange man came by the church. He introduced himself as [[Neil|Dr. Munroe]], apparently he works at the [[clinic]] in [[Snohomish]],​ the one with the soup kitchen. He also told me that he is a [[magic|shaman]],​ but for that I have to take his word, of course. Today, a rather strange man came by the church. He introduced himself as [[Neil|Dr. Munroe]], apparently he works at the [[clinic]] in [[Snohomish]],​ the one with the soup kitchen. He also told me that he is a [[magic|shaman]],​ but for that I have to take his word, of course.
  
-He wished to tell me that a friend of his sent a spirit to our cemetery. If his story is to be believed, the spirit was banished from the [[Arcology]],​ has lost most of its powers and now has to spend seven weeks at the cemetery before the banishment loses its power. The spirit is not exactly friendly, but as Dr. Munroe assured me, too weak to be more than a nuisance at worst. And there is a chance that it will learn to behave itself while it’s here, that the positive atmosphere of the cemetery will have an effect on it. If the spirit proves to be too much trouble, Dr. Munroe promised that another solution could be found.+He wished to tell me that a friend of his sent a spirit to our [[Gethsemane ​cemetery|cemetery]]. If his story is to be believed, the spirit was banished from the [[Arcology]],​ has lost most of its powers and now has to spend seven weeks at the cemetery before the banishment loses its power. The spirit is not exactly friendly, but as Dr. Munroe assured me, too weak to be more than a nuisance at worst. And there is a chance that it will learn to behave itself while it’s here, that the positive atmosphere of the cemetery will have an effect on it. If the spirit proves to be too much trouble, Dr. Munroe promised that another solution could be found.
  
 I am not sure whether I believe any of this. I still haven’t ruled out the possibility that this is some kind of con or that the good doctor simply is a few sandwiches short of a picknick. He seemed to honestly believe every word he said. Maybe we could ask Mr. Ryder to take a look around the cemetery? I would like to know for sure. If this all really is true and the spirit does not harm anyone, I am inclined to let it stay. I am not sure whether I believe any of this. I still haven’t ruled out the possibility that this is some kind of con or that the good doctor simply is a few sandwiches short of a picknick. He seemed to honestly believe every word he said. Maybe we could ask Mr. Ryder to take a look around the cemetery? I would like to know for sure. If this all really is true and the spirit does not harm anyone, I am inclined to let it stay.
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