Listening for the Voices of the Dead

Shortly after the end of WW I, acting under the auspices of the League of Nations, a force of men and equipment was sent forth to establish listening stations away from the bustle of civilization for the purpose of discovering the whereabouts of the accumulated dead of nations, causes, and passions. The expedition was led by Captain R.K. Williams, U.S. Army Signal Corps, whose reports have been widely published in True Detectivemagazine and other journals of high repute. Though no verifiable results were ever reported, Captain Williams was awarded medals and accorded other honors by several of the League's member states.

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Fortress of the Dead || Voices of the Dead || Immigrants | Reception Center | The Stacks in First Class || Turret Interior
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