keery-joseph: “Since the release of the ince…

keery-joseph:

“Since the release of the incendiary tape,the once quiet town of Hawkins, Indiana,has spent time in a place it never expected.The national spotlight.Under mounting pressure,several high-ranking members from the U.S. Department of Energy have admitted involvement in the death and cover-up of Hawkins resident Barbara Holland who died due to exposure to an experimental chemical asphyxiant,which had leaked from the grounds of the lab.We sent our own April Kline to Hawkins to speak to residents,residents who told us they thought they lived in a safe town.The kind of town where, they say,nothing ever happens.”

Chapter Nine: The Gate