Bell, Book, and Candle
Claude Owen's Notebooks
In English, hand-written by Claude Owen
Owen’s notes are in six numbered composition notebooks, crammed with his crabbed handwriting, sketches, and diagrams. The first three notebooks hold hurried shorthand notes copied from another source. A successful INT x5 roll allows a researcher to identify Owen’s original source as the notes of Dr. Herbert West. The notes describe chemical compounds which, if properly prepared, restore animation and some perception to dead tissue. The fourth, fifth, and sixth books consist of Owen’s meticulous notes about his own experiments withWest’s formula—re-animating animals,organs stolen fromcadavers, and his final experiment on the ill-fated Frank Charlton.