While investigating a haunted carriage, a weary Assassin receives a personal letter from a complete stranger.
Charles Dickens memory
Hijack the carriage in less than 2 minutes
Dead Letters was a virtual representation of one of Jacob Frye and Evie Frye's genetic memories, relived by a Helix initiate through the Helix Navigator.
The Ghost Club investigated a broken carriage.
The Ghost Club headed to a junkyard.
- Dickens: You seem tired, friend. Everything all right?
- Jacob: No rest for the wicked, Charlie.
- Evie: There's always too much work to do.
- Dickens: Today's Ghost Club investigation involves a carriage! It's said to be covered with gold leaf, dazzling passersby when the sun shines! Naturally, it's rumored to be haunted. Now let's see if we can find it!
They investigated the broken carriage.
- Jacob: I presume this was once used to carry the mail. [Yawns] That actually looks remarkably comfortable.
- Evie: The Royal Mall coaches vanished when the post began to be transported by rail. Oh, I'd rather enjoy a sit down. But duty calls.
Feeling drowsy, the Frye twin suddenly fell asleep. Waking up, Jacob or Evie discovered a love letter addressed to a Frye from Elizabeth and some tracks.
- Jacob:What the devil?
- Evie: That's curious.
A woman in a cart suddenly called for help.
- Woman: Help! Please, someone, help me! Please, someone help me! I have been torn from my home and family by these villains! This will not work, sir! You may kidnap me but you will never have me!
The twin hijacked the kidnapper's carriage.
- Woman: Who's there? Are you a friend?
- Jacob: Yes, madam, don't worry, you're safe.
- Evie: Yes, you're safe. You don't have to worry any more.
- Woman: Oh, you've saved me. That wretch would have forced me to marry him within the hour. I must return home. Oh! His accomplices will surely murder you! Quickly, we have not a moment to lose.
- Jacob: Right you are, miss.
- Evie: Of course.
They were pursued by the kidnapper's accomplices and the Assassin was forced to defend their carriage.
- Woman: We've lost them. Thank you, you have been a great help. Will you please take me home? I owe you my thanks, you have gone to a great deal of trouble for someone you don't even know! What is your name?
- Jacob: Jacob Frye, Miss.
- Evie: Evie Frye.
The twin returned the woman home.
- Woman: You have preserved my honour and saved my life. I am Elizabeth. Won't you climb down and sit beside me, so that I may see your face?
- Jacob: Miss? Where are you?
- Evie: Where is she?
There was no woman inside the carriage and the Assassin instead found a letter of goodbye from a woman named Elizabeth. The Frye suddenly woke up, finding the encounter only a dream.
- Dickens: You look as though you're just about to collapse! What on Earth has happened?
- Jacob: You wouldn't believe me if I told you.
- Evie: Just a dream... Or so I think...
The Frye twin realized that the encounter with Elizabeth was just a peculiar dream.
A DEA number (DEA Registration Number) is an identifier assigned to a health care provider (such as a physician, optometrist, dentist, or veterinarian) by the United States Drug Enforcement Administration allowing them to write prescriptions for controlled substances.
Though there is no legal basis for preventing its use as a general prescriber identification number, for security reasons the DEA prefers that DEA registration numbers only be used for authenticating and tracking prescriptions for controlled substances. The agency prefers that the National Provider Identifier be used for general identification purposes.
A valid DEA number consists of:
- 2 letters, 6 numbers, and 1 check digit
- The first letter is a code identifying the type of registrant (see below)
- The second letter is the first letter of the registrant's last name, or "9" for registrants using a business address instead of name.
- Of the seven digits that follow, the seventh digit is a "checksum" that is calculated similarly to the Luhn algorithm, with the following steps:
- Add together the first, third and fifth digits call this CALC1,3,5
- Add together the second, fourth and sixth digits and multiply the sum by 2, call this CALC2,4,6
- Add CALC1,3,5 + CALC2,4,6 call this CHECK
- The rightmost digit of CHECK (the digit in the ones place) is used as the check digit in the DEA number
Registrant type (first letter of DEA Number):[dubious– discuss]
- A – Deprecated (used by some older entities)
- B – Hospital/Clinic
- C – Practitioner
- D – Teaching Institution
- E – Manufacturer
- F – Distributor
- G – Researcher
- H – Analytical Lab
- J – Importer
- K – Exporter
- L – Reverse Distributor
- M – Mid Level Practitioner
- P – Narcotic Treatment Program
- R – Narcotic Treatment Program
- S – Narcotic Treatment Program
- T – Narcotic Treatment Program
- U – Narcotic Treatment Program
- X – Suboxone/Subutex Prescribing Program
For example, for a registrant using a business address instead of a name, the DEA number might look like "F91234567". In some cases, multiple people (possibly including interns or nurses) are prescribing under the supervision of a more senior prescriber. In this case, the supervised individual may be identified by affixing an ID string to the end of the supervisor's DEA number, after a dash, e.g. "F91234567-001AB".
Prior to October 1, 1985, DEA registration numbers for physicians, dentists, veterinarians, and other practitioners started with the letter A. New registration numbers issued to practitioners after that date begin with the letter B, F, or G.  The rest of the format was the same as the new style.