Call of Cthulhu: Delta Green


April 5, 2012 (Reuters) HOMELAND SECURITY OFFICIALS DENY TERRORIST LINK IN NEBRASKA EXPLOSIONS. At a midnight press conference, Homeland Security spokeswoman Lisa Perkins denied any link between the explosions in North Platte and any known terrorist activity. Full statement follows:

Ladies and gentlemen, we thank you for your patience as we have been working to find out what happened and how best to respond. We regret the necessity of controlling access to the area, but this will continue until we are certain there is no further danger.
As far as we can determine, a massive accidental fertilizer explosion has destroyed the town of Tryon as well as the nearby Great Plains Cruciform Array. Our initial investigation, in conjunction with the Nebraska Bureau of Investigation, the Nebraska Highway Patrol, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, has verified that there are no survivors.
We have just begun our investigation, and we hope to have more answers for you soon. However, at this time we have very little information. Our sympathies are with the families of those who have been lost. As soon as we have more definitive information, we will share it immediately. Thank you and good night

Perkins did not take questions.


April 5, 2012 (AP) HUNDREDS DEAD IN FERTILIZER EXPLOSION, NASA FACILITY REPORTED DESTROYED. The town of Tryon, Nebraska and the nearby Great Plains Cruciform Array (GPCA) are reported to have been destroyed last night in what local officials are calling a ‘Massive Fertilizer Explosion.’. The area has been sealed off at a distance of twenty miles from Tryon, with roadblocks closing off all except emergency traffic. Federal officials from NASA, the ATF, and Homeland Security have arrived and are conducting emergency investigations. Two large unmarked helicopters and dozens of official vehicles were seen to be converging on the area. A press cordon has developed at the official roadblock, but no official statement has been made at this time.


April 4, 2012 (AP) EXPLOSIONS REPORTED IN SMALL NEBRASKA TOWN. Loud explosions rocked the small rural town of Tryon, NE at approximately 6:30 PM local time. Local emergency services in North Platte have reported no answer to their calls to the Tryon Sheriff’s office or the nearby Great Plains Cruciform Array. Sources in North Platte report several loud explosions and a glow from the direction of Tryon.

These explosions come as the latest examples of recent local disturbances in the area. For weeks, local news has been reporting freak storms, strange animal activity, and various ‘loud humming noises’ in the area. These strange phenomena have been centered on the area of Tryon and the nearby Great Plains Cruciform Array, a large radio telescope observatory.

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