The Blue Suitcase #1: Deconstructing the Writing of an Angry Hermit
Have you ever stumbled upon something so angry, offensive, and curious that you became a bit obsessed with it? Joseph Carlough has. And one drunken evening, while helping a friend clean out the apartment of a deceased man, he discovered a suitcase full of newspaper clippings and writings. It's an understandable fascination that Carlough descends into, dissecting the writing and obsessions of a Mr. Antonio Carbayo. There is extended lamenting about how our anti-hero/antagonist does not want to be divorced. There are complex theories of how the illuminati and women conspire to dominate men. There is a clear obsession with secret societies, the U.S. government, and that's before we even get into the perversion of Mr. Carbayo's book collection (spoiler alert: female hypnotism)! Carlough turns to Google for answers but is only rewarded with closed doors. Apparently Carbayo has no next of kin, no loved ones left, and no Google presence. This series will have to suffice as his living legacy, deserved or not.
For the perfect soundtrack while reading this, try listening to: Blue Suitcase
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