David WIGGLEY (Hawthorn Productions), Dominic BURNS (Hawthorn Productions)
1817: Construction Workers of the St. Petersburg-Moscow Chausses hard- surface road uncover an unmarked chest 3 meters below ground level. All workers were reassigned to destinations unknown and the area was quarantined for 16 weeks. Project Dark is born. 1922: At 1400 hours, miners of the Argonaut gold mine expose a strange crate in shaft 4B and production is halted. At 1500 hours, a fire spreads through the main shaft and into the subsidiary tunnels. All 47 workers are killed. 1940: The German Luftwaffe fleets attack RAF airfields and radar stations. A stray bomb hits Farmland on the outskirts of London and exposes a network of catacombs. Local witnesses see hooded figures fleeing into the nearby woodland. No official statement was released. 1997: The KGB does not declassify Project Dark in their first yearly review. The threat level is deemed to high. 2001: Congo Rebels find a body at the bottom of an abandoned well, their description translates to: Earth Demon. Despite pleas from the diplomatic community the body was never made available for public scrutiny. 2007: Project Dark is explained.