Masato Murray had a mutual dislike for Phillip Doer (sp?), so she was surprised when he left her a book in his will. Phil died at the age of 37 when he was hit by a train in Feburary.

Phil left Masato a black book, called his journal in the will. It didn't have a title, just a quote: "Life is a current that cannot be faught. It is a march with one destination. You cannot cease your step, nor hault move course, to one that skirts the journey's destination." Below this a hand written note says "You have already read too much."

The first few pages were written in hand written latin, but started to change into some more recognisable middle-English, until eventually it changed to current day English. The first page Masato was able to read was about the death of a man called Christopher in 1592. He was dragged through the streets behind a horse, which eventually stopped and crushed the man's head beneath it's hooves.

The rest of the pages were about similar grueseome deaths. The final two pages were for Phil and Masato. Phil's page explained, in depth, about his slow and painful death. Masato's page was the final one, which was to occur in Lancashire in 2014 when a passing car would hit her, impaling her on a wooden branch. She resolved to not go to Lancashire that year.

Unsettled, Masato started looking into the other people detailed in the book. She eventually found out more about Alexander Wolldar, who, in 1983, was killed during a home burglary in Ulster near Stratford-Upon-Aven.

Masato was confused: why didn't Phil try to avoid what the book said? Reading her own entry again, she was horrified to find out that the book detailed how she was to die in 2012 in London from a gas-fire explosion.

She went to stay with a friend, John Kendrick, for a few days. She started to obssess about when the book changed, and what it had changed to. She was unable to destroy it with fire, water or ink spillage. 

Masato decided to not bring the book to her statement recording, and refuses to make a will.

Post-Statement Follow-Up Edit

Jonathan confirmed that Masato left, of his own free will, making him impossible to track down. Tim confirmed that Phillip Doer died under a train on the 1st August 2003. The Archivist has decided to stop looking for Masato as he is probably long dead.

Jonathan suspects that this indicates that Leitner doesn't have the power over the books, and that they get their power from something else.

Sasha has her computer back, the problem was one of authentication.

Supplemental Edit

Jonthan is sure that Leitner didn't make the books, but that they existed long before he found them. The Archivist has been down to the corridors again, whilst searching the second floor, he found a room with three wooden chairs in it with other chairs burned, and inside the ash were fragments of burned paper, likely from 'The Book of Soloman'.