Pen Pal Letter
The first thing John William James mentions in this letter is the next panel in the "great cosmic mural". He also tells us how despondent he would be without us.
There is another odd line spacing in this letter.
JWJ tells us a story of his life as a boy living on a farm in Ohio. His father was a farmer on land that was not good for farming. He explains that he lacked respect for his father because his father repeatedly toiled the land even though it was a losing battle with the amount of sinkholes on the property. JWJ even fell in one of these sinkholes as a child.
He tells of a quote: "Whan that April with his showres soote the droughte of March hath perced to the roote, and bathed every veine in swich licour, of which vertu engendured is a flowr."
He gives us good news that his friend Lloyd McGowan has earned his freedom and has also been deemed not a murdered and Lloyd presents us with a gift for our efforts.
He closes this letter with, yet again, another post script telling us that we will know the demon when we see him in the flesh.