Judson Ogram Correctional Facility
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Discovered using the Survivalism video. http://www.judsonogram.net/. Judson Ogram is a correctional institution, referring to it's inmate populous as "offenders". However, indications suggest that Judson Ogram does not differentiate between criminals and people with psychological dysfunction.
Examination of profiles at Judson Ogram indicates that antipsychotic substances are needlessly used on inmates, displaying no signs of elevated excitement, self harm or psychotic tendancies. Speculation would suggest that this is to make inmates so docile that they are willing to accept the mistreatment that goes on inside the facility - indeed, the staff page suggests that inmates are used as guinea pigs for the pharmaceutical outfit Cedocore, leading to the discovery that Cedocore's "Xerimax" product causes renal damange and pulmonary edema.
Inmate case reports
A login form can be located at the bottom of the staff page.
The first login for this staff page was found by visiting The Water Turned To Blood, wherein an inmate number was displayed for "John of Boston", as well as a potential password of "francesca" hidden in two blocks of text on the home page. This was used in combination with the name "Preston Gantry", read off of the staff badge of a psychiatrist displayed in the staff listing.
The combination lead us to the first report, that of John Ferminger, or "John of Boston".
User: Preston Gantry Case number: 4382BX12 Password: francesca
John Ferminger (author of the The Water Turned To Blood website), is an individual who was caught in an accident on a bridge in Boston. The water below the bridge turned to blood, and the distraction this caused to drivers meant that an accident ensued, in which John's car was pushed off of the bridge and into the water. The result of this plunge is that John's daughter drowned. John escaped and exhibits some of the symptoms of being in contact with The Presence, however his psychological evaluation and interview do not allude to any direct contact.
John took the name of "John of Boston", indicating some biblical affiliation. He took to preaching the information divulged to him during his "baptism in blood" during the car crash. After gaining quite a following, he was arrested for preaching to a crowd in excess of legal limits without a permit and was transferred to Judson Ogram. His innocence is disregarded, as suggested by police notes on his transfer document, because they want to keep him out of the public eye.
John is put onto a high dose of an antipsychotic substance, and after refusing to sign a rebuttal of his comments and to make a public statement confirming this action, is executed.
At the bottom of the addendum is a link to Supplimental information. Clicking this link returns an error message that reads:
On 15th March, group analysis of the sample "Survivalism Our End Trip.aif" ("our end trip" being an anagram for "put in order") found that if you arrange the left channel of the sample in such an order that the tones in the right channel are incremental, a voice reads "Case Number 6455DA04". This case number was found to refer to Moira Waag. The sample was obtained from the Survivalism GarageBand arrangement available for download from The Year Zero Website.
By combining them with Preston Gantry's login, we get...
User: Preston Gantry Case number: 6455DA04 Password: francesca
Moira is transferred to Judson Ogram after appearing in a hospital emergency room. Her arrest is made after use of Opal and mention of contact with "The Presence", as a preventative measure to ensure she does not engage in public oration regarding "The Presence".
Much like John Ferminger, Moira is prescribed a high dosage of an antipsychotic substance to be administered intramuscularily at an interval way over the recommended guidelines. This is totally contrary to the fact that she is not "excited" or displaying any psychotic tendandies, and is in moderately good health.
Moira has admitted used of recreational drugs, including methamphetamine sulphate, mescaline, and Opal (referred to as "black" in her interview transcript). The transcript mentions that drinking lots of water after taking "black" by solvent-aided skin absorption gives you more of a "push" (a greater effect). This may be a suggestion that Opal and Parepin are the same substance.
Moira's interview transcript ends by describing her experience being touched by "The Presence", and her resulting fear over the implications of her experience.
At the bottom of the interview transcript is a link to an addendum. Clicking this link returns an error message that reads:
The following text was pieced together from images on the case file pages for John Ferminger: "[a]nd the probable course of natural select[ion]". An additional unplaced fragment reads "We shall best."
The text found on Moira Waag's Psychological Evaluation belongs to Marx and Engels' "The Communist Manifesto". The passage reads:
Moira's interview transcript, however, features words from a different book--Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West By Gregory Maguire. Here's the passage: