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Another strain of infected has been identified, infected with the albino mutation show increased strength and stamina. Log Note: Other research teams in the area are also identifying and tagging this mutations. Whatever this is, it's spreading fast.

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SFX: EXTERIOR, LOST LAKE VALLEY

Cpl. Fernandez: We got one.

Lt. Chavez: Field Note Two Zero Seven One. Checking the traps at site fourteen alpha have confirmed a large, male subject, with the confirmed albinism mutation. The subject has the expected lack of skin pigmentation and reddish eyes. Muscle mass appears to be forty percent greater than normal infected subjects.

Lt. Chavez: I have administered three thousand milligrams of ketamine - to no apparent effect.

Cpl. Fernandez: Shit doc. That's enough to bring down a buffalo.

Lt. Chavez: Perhaps, if a herd of bison were present, we could test your theory. Do you see any bison?

Cpl. Fernandez: No sir.

Lt. Chavez: Have you seen any bison lately?

Cpl. Fernandez: Uh - no, sir.

Lt. Chavez: Then let me do my job. Administering an additional three thousand milligrams of ketamine has the intended effect. Note to Dr. Anderson - your theory as to the apparent accelerated evolution of the albino mutation's strength and resistance, is, unfortunately, correct.

Lt. Chavez: What was it you called them? "Bleachers?" Well, they're real. While this is only the third subject we've been able to study - as noted, their strength and ability to absorb damage make them extremely dangerous to approach - we've noted in other field reports that over a thousand have been spotted in this area. Whatever is causing the mutation, it's spreading rapidly.

'Lt. Chavez: This subject was approximately thirty-six years of age at time of infection. Upper bowels indicate -

SFX: THE BLEACHER BEGINS TO SCREAM

Cpl. Fernandez: Jesus, doc.

Lt. Chavez: What is it, soldier?

Cpl. Fernandez: It's still alive. Shouldn't you - I don't know - you know, put it down first?

Lt. Chavez: We can only learn how the organs are evolving by studying living subjects. You understand?

Cpl. Fernandez: Yeah, sure. But it's wearing a watch. It - he - used to be a person, y'know?

Lt. Chavez: Used to be. Past tense. Now shut up and let me work.

SFX: RECORDING SHUTS OFF

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