Anomalous Location 669

Anomalous Location 669 (AL-669) is considered HIGHLY DANGEROUS. If you receive a report that it has materialized, immediately send a Threat Level: Severe alert on THOTH to all Nexus personnel of ORION clearance and above.

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HISTORY

Built for stage magician and occult investigator Harry Houdini, the Art Nouveau villa was deeded by the Houdini estate to the Los Angeles Liberators in 1942 to use as their headquarters.

DISAPPEARANCE

On the night of November 22, 1963, the mansion dematerialized during an earthquake. Neighbors reported green flashes of light and a sound they could not describe, though one said it was “like a recording of a hurricane going backward.” Nexus believes the Liberators—Minuteman, Bokor the Voodoo Wizard, the Scarlet Shadow, and a possible fourth member—were inside the mansion at the time.

SUBSEQUENT APPEARANCES

AL-669 is known to have reappeared in our world at the following times and places:

30 May 1968, St John’s Wood, City of Westminster, London, England, near Abbey Road Studios. Duration: Nine hours.

6 December 1969, three miles south of Altamont Speedway, northern California, United States. Duration: One hour.

9 August 1969, 10050 Cielo Drive, Los Angeles, California, United States. Duration: three hours. Witnesses report that AL-669 was superimposed over, or merged with, the physical structure at that location.

Anomalous Location 669

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