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Confrontation

After this escapade into the bowels of the city, Mr. Muir seemed determined to take all possible measures to expose the crimes of the sect that was wreaking havoc in Quebec City, of which Phillips was an important player. To do this, he set up a circle of trusted allies to gather all the information everyone had. These individuals met every day to discuss and develop an action plan. Among them were officers Amherst and McEntyre, who had accompanied Muir in his macabre discoveries on the Island of Orleans. Another important actor was Constable Thompson, who acted as a liaison with the Quebec City police. Mr. Lavoie joined them, although, following the events of the apartment fire, he returned to his drinking habits. Finally, there was Father Tremblay, the priest of the St. Roch parish who had listened to James Pearce’s confession, before he went mad under unclear circumstances related to Phillips.

To avoid drawing attention to themselves, they soon agreed to meet in the basement of the St. Roch church. Mr. Muir considered this meeting space appropriate for their endeavor and regarded being welcomed in a holy place as a sign that the group enjoyed God’s blessing. Every evening, when the faithful had left after the 7:00 pm Mass, Father Tremblay opened the door outside the church that led to the basement and the confederates met there. It was a stone vault with a ceiling barely higher than a man. The place had been built as a burial vault but nobody ever used it for this purpose. Nowadays, the father rather stored his mass wine in its cool depths. The main room contained nothing more elaborate than a large table and church benches, lit by a multitude of candles. Mr. Muir, who seemed nostalgic when writing his account of the camaraderie that developed from these encounters, noted that the place was like the men who gathered there, simple men whose hard and aggressive appearance hid the nobility of their character.

 

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Author:Nelson Rusk

Language: eng

Format: mobi

Published: 2019-03-08T22:00:00+00:00
Confrontation

After this escapade into the bowels of the city, Mr. Muir seemed determined to take all possible measures to expose the crimes of the sect that was wreaking havoc in Quebec City, of which Phillips was an important player. To do this, he set up a circle of trusted allies to gather all the information everyone had. These individuals met every day to discuss and develop an action plan. Among them were officers Amherst and McEntyre, who had accompanied Muir in his macabre discoveries on the Island of Orleans. Another important actor was Constable Thompson, who acted as a liaison with the Quebec City police. Mr. Lavoie joined them, although, following the events of the apartment fire, he returned to his drinking habits. Finally, there was Father Tremblay, the priest of the St. Roch parish who had listened to James Pearce’s confession, before he went mad under unclear circumstances related to Phillips.

To avoid drawing attention to themselves, they soon agreed to meet in the basement of the St. Roch church. Mr. Muir considered this meeting space appropriate for their endeavor and regarded being welcomed in a holy place as a sign that the group enjoyed God’s blessing. Every evening, when the faithful had left after the 7:00 pm Mass, Father Tremblay opened the door outside the church that led to the basement and the confederates met there. It was a stone vault with a ceiling barely higher than a man. The place had been built as a burial vault but nobody ever used it for this purpose. Nowadays, the father rather stored his mass wine in its cool depths. The main room contained nothing more elaborate than a large table and church benches, lit by a multitude of candles. Mr. Muir, who seemed nostalgic when writing his account of the camaraderie that developed from these encounters, noted that the place was like the men who gathered there, simple men whose hard and aggressive appearance hid the nobility of their character.

As January went on, several other men joined them, invited by Father Tremblay, who used the masses to spread the word to anyone who might be interested. Most did not know Phillips, but it was clear, even to those who had not witnessed incongruous acts, that a strange aura hung over Quebec City. The countless fires, whose epidemic had resumed in full force, spat their blue and nauseating smoke with devilish regularity into the unnaturally bright skies. The sailor Legault, who had traveled to the poles, compared the paleness of the night sky to the strange colors dancing on the horizon he had seen during an Aurora Borealis. This type of phenomenon was not common in Quebec City, despite its northern latitude.

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