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A DG agent is a person of many talents. Some of our more literary-minded agents have contributed these short stories, fictionalizing their own field operations into a form more suitable for public perusal.

Boxes Inside Boxes

A story from Delta Green: Extraordinary Renditions. Boxes Inside Boxes By Dennis Detwiller, © 2014 Jennifer pulled the rusted handle of the garage door, but it would not budge. It was 6 a.m. on a Monday, and it was the first night of the year that a frost had gripped the land. She’d s
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Witch Hunt

By Dennis Detwiller, © 2013. She dumped the phone in a trashcan at an anonymous McDonald’s off the interstate. Let them track that, she thought, and grimaced. Acid crawled up her throat as she watched blurs flash past from the parking lot. A million lights arcing in neon and cur
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Punching

By Dennis Detwiller, © 2011 The Vega crawls up the drive to the house in the dark, and the driver, Henry Briggs, leans forward over the wheel to consider the house as he cruises past it. He pulls in next to the other cars — a Mercedes, a Jaguar, a Rolls — and gets out. In the row of d
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A Glimpse of ‘Failed Anatomies’

Shane Ivey and Dennis Detwiller of Arc Dream Publishing are putting the final touches on the next Delta Green project, Delta Green: Failed Anatomies. It’s a collection of Detwiller’s short stories of intrigue, conspiracy, and cosmic terror, with an introduction by John Sco
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The Way It Went Down: The Junk Shop

Written by Dennis Detwiller, © 2013 I’ve seen two of the books in twenty-two years. They came out of the Great Desert with some of the crazies who track out there. I bought one for a week’s worth of drinking at the Hole, the other for a ’57 Packard. They’re tin
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Philosophy

By Dennis Detwiller, © 2011 He sits in a green jumpsuit, looking wasted and thin and gray like cardboard. He has a cigarette unlit in his right hand, which is pulled up to his face, scratching his temple with his thumb. He scratches too long. His eyes are lost behind a spray of white-
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Intelligences

By Dennis Detwiller, © 2011 Albert Syme is an odd sort who keeps to himself. Floppy and dire, he looks like a clerk, and that’s what he is; one of the thousands that haunt the lunch carts on Washington Avenue at noon. Syme’s glasses hang on the end of his nose like a man poised at the
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Punching

Read here: Punching.
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HARDSHELL: THE TERROR BEGINS

The following is part of the current list of anomalies that have occured in Loissianna or more specifically New Orleans. They have been Recorded and still under investigation, anyone investigating in the New Orleans are should report any anomoly ASAP. Call me Hardshell. . . I’m
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Angel, a Delta Green Novel by David Farnell

Table of Contents Prologue Chapter 1: Psychotic Opera Chapter 2: Lyca Lost Chapter 3: The Song of the Jubjub Chapter 4: The Child Chapter 5: Reptiles of the Mind Chapter 6: The Most Merciful Thing In the World Chapter 7: Sanction and Sterilization Chapter 8: Songs of Innocence and Exp
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