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Under the ice, part 1

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Under the ice, part 1

Natalie’s lower body Philip’s log, 13 February 1952 I feel the need to write about Natalie’s lower body. I was already fascinated by her at the start of our expedition, but since we have arrived in this strange world, she has only become more attractive to me. I guess that Jem wouldn’t approve of this entry in my log, because it is not scientific. So I’ll probably tear out these pages when I’m finished, and hide them. Or maybe I’ll just leave them here, because my observations and our tests could give us a better understanding of what is happening here. We buried Piedro in the morning. After a short ceremony, it was time for exploration. Piedro and Natalie had always been working together, and I quickly offered to take his place. We went into the direction of the Yellow Lake. Natalie had already been on part of that trail, so she led the way. I should be there to cover our backs, but I must admit I didn’t pay much attention to our surroundings. I really tried to, but it seemed like

Under the ice, part 2

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Under the ice, part 2

The ultra woman Philip’s log, 23 February 1952 It is two days now after the totally shocking events. I still can’t believe what happened then, and I think most of us can’t. I’ll try to write about everything that happened that day. Forgive me if I can’t recall everything. So much has happened, and it was all completely incredible. The creature that stepped out of the opening in the mountain, on the one hand looked small. It couldn’t be taller than 5’8”. But on the other hand, it was huge. Even from that distance, we could see huge slabs of muscle all over its body. Jem looked through his binoculars and gasped. “Good gracious! It’s a woman!” Mister Richardson made a strange sound. “You are joking, right?” Jem silently handed the binoculars to him. It was as if mister Richardson was about to faint. I wanted to take a look through the binoculars as well, but then the woman started her show. I saw a very small movement, but some seconds later we were all blown away by a very loud
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