Judging by the number of letters (and so on) we've received since announcing our intention to pursue a project we call Mary Morgan's Journal, we have obviously created quite a stir in the magical world. Admittedly, we have been warned time and again not to delve into what many consider treacherous territory: the revealing of one world to another. But few know better than we do that living between the worlds with a foot in each is a hazard: one which we can no longer bear. We are very nearly (and somewhat shamefully) defenseless against the Demons who may discover our efforts.
And so why do we do it? Because we are not alone.
The letters you see here are not words of discouragement, nor threats of any kind. Incredibly, they are stories, photos, drawings, totems...even recipes (for protective potions, mostly) from people living in Hollows all over the world, hoping to help bring our worlds together. And so it is that we continue down this road we've recently set upon, to discover and disclose the firsthand, true accounts of the Sorceress Mary Morgan.
According to the Scholar, this is an actual photograph of a Hell Hound who relentlessly pursued the Sorceress Mary Morgan on her desperate chase of a creature known as The Grym...(More on that despicable creature soon enough!)
So, Max...as you can see, it's been interesting of late. With so much more information to study and verify, we will no doubt be able to give a true and thorough account of Mary Morgan's doings in her long and dangerously eventful life. We must do our best, however, to weed out any...(how best to say it?)...possibly...erroneous data. (I, for one, am not actually a believer in ghosts, despite the assurances of both Mary Morgan and the forthright and dependable Mr. Crum. I mean...D'Evil Dogs?! Really?)
All the best, Max. Good night and don't let the D'Evil Dogs bite! (HaHa!)