Its Week 40! Hell fans and this week i bring you the Box of Temptation
We have a story for this one!
This was LeMarchand's tenth puzzle construct. The surface panels
were designed to be manipulated in the same manner and order as
the bones in Anna Carter's body were removed by LeMarchand
following her rejection of his marriage proposal.
"...Anna was horrified at my entry into her chamber. Clearly she had expected Madame Turtledove to keep her promise to keep me away from her. She screamed and threw various objects in my direction. She was no longer the lovely sad eyed girl that I had fallen in love with. She was still covered in heavy bruises and numerous scabs from my previous visit. Her sad eyes were now filled with hostility."
The Journal of Philip LeMarchand.
"Baron appeared to be quite intrigued by my designs, and asked whence came my inspiration. As I was uncertain how to respond, I told him that they were constructs based on my fascination with order and geometry. He handed me back my design and related to me that 'You will serve us well.'"
LeMarchand completed his last painting twelve days before his disappearance. Titled Baron, historians believe that it is a portrait of what LeMarchand refers in his journal as a "Coenobyte," beings of a super-natural order not unlike demons or angels. LeMarchand writes in his journal: "...His skin was nearly blue, and pulled taut across his skull , giving him a most dreadful grin. His cheeks were rouged, and he seemed heavily perfumed. I inquired as to whether or not he was a Coenobite. He informed me that he was Baron , Duke of the Order of the Gash."
The Journal of Philip LeMarchand
It is said that working this box brings an intense feeling of depression to the manipulator.
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