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Greysmore Asylum
October 92014

The second American public facility for those with psychiatric disorders, Greysmore Asylum is located outside Blue Cove, Delaware. The building is a massive 7-story stone monolith that used to house up to 367 patients before it was abandoned.

Dr. Bilson will suffer his ordeal here, as Sydney and Miss Parker will soon discover. But that’s not all… it is also here where Sydney’s last name is revealed.

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Tourne River
October 92014

No one could have predicted the accident on that fateful day… a day that Roger Hearns would live in his memory. It was the day he lost his son, Luke, triggering a chain of events that changed his life forever.

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Pier 53
October 92014

Located on the harbor at Ellis Island, this is where Jarod experiments with liquid nitrogen-cooled surfaces – 3 glowing disks – to test the superconductivity necessary to create magnetic levitation.

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Isla Raton
October 92014

“The Complete Idiots Guide to Flying” or how Jarod stole a Centre Jet despite not knowing how to fly it.

 

 

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A frigid stream of raging rapids bordering the Centre. Will Jarod make it through it?

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NNC

NNC

October 62014

The specialists in industrial technology, located in a 1920s building near the Battery, on a little-known side street. NNC’s assets were all protected and incorporated in Delaware, the only place in the US that offered substantive corporate tax shelters.

This is where Roger Hearns works and where a non suspicious hot dog seller serves the homeless.

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Across from Riverside Park was the the site of where Roger Hearns’ car went off the two-lane bridge and Luke Hearns disappeared. Cassandra Hearns visited the spot daily at 4:30pm with daisies she released into the water one by one.

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Jarod lived with Oscar the Rat in a converted fourth floor bi-level warehouse near the Apollo Theater in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City while searching for Luke.  Though there were rusted water stains on the red brick walls, cracks in the chicken-wired windows and sagging furniture, Jarod loved the space because it was his.

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Where Jarod manipulated a $100 million one-day Centre investment.

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Pathway Market
April 202014

The grocery store where, upon Chaz’s recommendation, Jarod discovers the “middle aisles,” with treats such as Vanilla Wafer cookies.

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A gentleman’s club near Grand Central Station of which Dr. Bilson was a member. The elite society had old-world grandeur with a price tag to match.

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A high-tech forest of wind turbines built in the Atlantic Ocean. The tallest mill was built atop an oil platform superstructure that stood in the middle of the others, serving as the command centre for the turbines and living quarters for the electrical engineer who maintained them. Jarod lived and worked there after his escape from the Centre.

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