SURPRISE! Addison is releasing two episodes this week, splitting the new journal entry and research from all of the updates. In this entry, we learn a little more about how the operatives find and interact with sensitives, but in the case of four year old Bridget, things definitely do not go according to plan. Plus, Addison interviews two experts in abnormal child psychology.

Written, produced, and narrated by Lauren Nelson
Dr. Evelyn Meyers voiced by Jamaka Young
Dr. Jennifer Hugh voiced by Tatiana Burton



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One comment on “Episode Five: Bridget

  1. PsychopompGecko Mar 1, 2017

    Sadly, a major part of Christianity is shame in one’s own body. It goes all the way back to the story of the fruit of knowledge of good and evil and learning to be ashamed of nakedness. Despite stories of prophets being able to do wondrous miracles in the name of their god, many a Christian has associated extraordinary powers with Devilish communion.

    Interestingly enough, it seems to be a matter of context. St. Joseph of Cupertino, for instance, was known as something of a simpleton save for the fact that he allegedly flew. And more than once, unlike the vast majority of people who tried before the Wright Brothers. He also had visions, it’s said. There’s also St. Francis of Assisi, with the ability to talk to animals. One story recounts how he talked down a wolf that had been threatening a village and made a pact between it and the village. It would be fed, and it wouldn’t bother them again.

    In this case, a girl who had not yet eaten of that fruit, but who had become something more regardless. But she wasn’t given any time to be seen as a good person. Who knows how many have been hurt because a mother had been indoctrinated to see her own child as a wicked, sinful thing.

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