A report by the Sanatorium's doctor on the recently brought in miner patients.
REPORTING PHYSICIAN: DR. W. B. CATHCART
The patients were first admitted to Blackwood's medical facility 5 days ago. During this time we have run a number of tests, both physiological and psychological.
The results have been extraordinary; in contravention of common medical expectations.
- Skin dyspigmentation.
- Severe vitamin D deficiency.
- Longer than average re-adaptation period post-traumatic event.
- Interpersonal behaviour 'erratic.'
- Violence towards orderlies.
- 3 attempted assaults.
- 1 attempted scratching.
SYMPTOMS EXPECTED BUT NOT OBSERVED
Malnutrition/scurvy. Avg. Quetelet Index
- was only within -3% of normal expected values (They should be DEAD!!)
- Patient's stimulus response within acceptable bounds (130-410ms)
(On reverse side)
Frailty/weakness. Distention of tibia, fibia and humerus (avg. +1"). Observed unusual growth in strength. One patient lifted 725 lb weights.
Place under strict observation. Restraint strongly recommended. Change from 1 orderly to 3 orderlies. 24h/day observation.
Leaving the first building, Mike will eventually reach a psychiatric secondary building. After passing through the gate that Mike has to squeeze through, walk down the stairs, turn left and enter the cell. The clue is on the desk inside.