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Dead Empty Cases 3

Dead Empty Cases 3

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(REBOOT) Based on the American and German Eugenics programs of the 1920's-1960's. The masterminds behind this, Nazi Germany? No! the United States of America. (Historical/Fiction/Supernatural)

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Introduction

It BEGAN on Long Island and ENDED in Auschwitz....or did it?

Inspired by true events, places, and people

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DEAD EMPTY CASES was what the doctors and nurses called the children they helped murder before they threw their bodies in the furnace. Open to all RPG skill levels.



The Background


The targets: the poor, brown-haired white people, African Americans, immigrants, Indians, Eastern European Jews, the infirm, and those deemed 'Feeble minded"

The supporters: Carnegie Institution, the Rockefeller Foundation, scientists from the universities as Harvard, Yale and Princeton, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the State Department and the U.S. Supreme Court.

The numbers: 450,000 people forcibly sterilized in Germany. 60,000 forcibly sterilized in America.


During the years prior to World War II, America was in the grips of the worst economic depression that the nation had ever experienced. Unemployment was at a record high, and soup lines were a common sight in major cities across the country. Clashes between plant owners and labor unions often turned into bloody melees. At the same time it was becoming more evident that our nation’s participation in the conflict overseas was imminent. Unrest and frustration amongst the working classes opened the door of opportunity to a number of fringe political ideologies that might never have seemed like viable alternatives before. There was a resurgence in the Communist Party in the U.S., and even the Ku Klux Klan was enjoying an era of record recruitment. Overseas in Germany, Adolph Hitler had taken a bankrupt post World War I nation in chaos and revitalized the economy and self image of the populous.

Racial hygienist ideas were far from unique to the Nazi movement. The ideas of social Darwinism were widespread in all western countries in the early 20th century, and the eugenics movement had many followers among educated people, being particularly strong in the United States. The idea of sterilizing those carrying hereditary defects or exhibiting what was thought to be hereditary anti-social behavior was widely accepted, and was put into law in the United States and other countries. The Nazi regime began to implement "racial hygienist" policies as soon as it came to power. The July 1933 "Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring" prescribed compulsory sterilization for people with a range of conditions thought to be hereditary such as schizophrenia, epilepsy, Huntington's chorea and "imbecility". It is estimated that 360,000 people were sterilized under this law between 1933 and 1939. head of the Reich Chancellery, Hans Lammers, testified after the war that Hitler had told them as early as 1933, at the time the sterilization law was passed, that he favored killing the incurably ill, but recognized that public opinion would not accept this. In 1935 Hitler told the Reich Doctors' Leader, Dr Gerhard Wagner, that the question could not be taken up in peacetime: "Such a problem could be more smoothly and easily carried out in war". The outbreak of war thus opened up for Hitler the possibility of carrying out a policy he had long favored.

From October 1939 until August 1941 physicians killed 70,273 people specified in Hitler's secret memo of September 1, 1939 as suffering patients "judged incurably sick, by critical medical examination", but actually long-term inmates of mental asylums "who may appear incurable". The five identifiable steps by which the Nazis carried out the principle of "life unworthy of life," coercive sterilization was the first. There followed the killing of “impaired” children in hospitals, mostly collected from mental hospitals, and into centers especially equipped with carbon monoxide gas.

When Nazi administrators went on trial for war crimes in Nuremberg after World War II, they justified the mass sterilizations (over 450,000 in less than a decade) by citing the United States as their inspiration.

It can all be traced back to one book

The Kallikak Family:
A Study in the Heredity of Feeble-Mindedness

Henry Herbert Goddard (1913)

Director of the Research Laboratory of the Training School
at Vineland, New Jersey, for Feeble-minded Girls and Boys





Then star nor sun shall waken,
Nor any change of light:
Nor sound of waters shaken,
Nor any sound or sight:
Nor wintry leaves nor vernal,
Nor days nor things diurnal;
Only the sleep eternal
In an eternal night.
(written on a sanitarium wall by a 'feeble-minded' inmate)





PLOT: A class trip to an abandoned castle




The Setting and RPG elements

1.) Present Day (1980) United States, Baltimore + flashback/near future sequences.
2.) University of Baltimore.
3.) A class on unusual historic sites in the Baltimore area.
4.) An abandoned and partially destroyed castle which once served as a munitions dump.
5.) Lots of story plot twists

The characters

1.) Students from an average size college class (male and female) "no limit on number of characters used' (two girls are pregnant).
2.) The Teacher.
3.) Local historian. (wadejackel)
4.) Junior trip Chaperon.
5.) Local Police officer.
6.) Caretaker of Bannerman Castle.
7.) Homeless man who sneaks onto the property every night for shelter/sleep.
8.) Two young boys who trespass to play soldiers around the ruined castle.

Other possible characters in flashback sequences "historical figures"

1.) Adolf Hitler. (aka piece of slime)

2.) Gerhard Kretschmar (February 1939–July 1939), a German child born with severe disabilities. After receiving a petition from the child's parents, the German chancellor Adolf Hitler authorized one of his personal physicians, Dr Karl Brandt, to have the child killed. This marked the beginning of the program in Nazi Germany known as a "euthanasia program" (Aktion T4) which ultimately resulted in the deliberate killing of about 200,000 people with mental and/or physical disabilities.
(Contact GM for specifics)

3.) Professor Hans Creutzfeldt (Reich Committee for the Scientific Registering of Serious Hereditary and Congenital Illnesses) managed to save nearly all of his patients.

4.) Dr Karl Brandt (Hitler's personal physician)

Toggle Rules

This RPG in no way supports Nazi ideologies, so no racist remarks, even if it is in character, I'm sure you can find a way of stating a characters racist beliefs without having to be disrespectful. And no racist expressions "whatsoever" are allowed outside of the flashback sequences to 1930s Germany.

Other then that do whatever you want

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August 11 1980

Dr. Barry Hopkins had been asked by the administration of Baltimore college to give a lecture on the history of Bannerman castle, as part of Mr. Miller's class on local folklore of Baltimore. It was a bright and sunny morning in the middle of August when Dr. Hopkins arrived at the college, he had hoped to talk to Mr. Miller to get some idea of how much he had already explained the history of the Bannerman castle to his students. It turned out that he had in face taught them very little about the castle, which Dr. Hopkins was very happy to hear. Getting paid the hour, he had hoped to drag the lecture on for at least two days, and this little piece of information certainly would assist in that endeavor. When he arrived at the class the students were already seated, waiting for him to arrive with their excitement building, as the Doctor was known to be very informative in such matters, and the Bannerman castle legends had been a particularly interesting. The classroom itself was quite impressive, having changed very little in the past 60 years or more, it had a very cheerful and old fashioned look about it, with particularly good acoustics for lecturing. The teachers desk sat in front of the immense blackboard, with the semi-circle a pew-like seats looming over it, which always made Dr. Hopkins feel like some learned auditor in ancient Rome each time he gave his lecture. This particular classroom was always one of his favorites to deliver lectures in, in fact it helped him greatly, "Good morning scholars, my name is Dr. Barry Hopkins and I am a professor of folklore at Arkham University. Please feel free to break in at anytime and ask me a question, anything that might be burning a hole in your brain. Don't be nervous, ask me anything" With that Dr. Hopkins continued with his lecture. Taking a sip from the glass of water that had been laid out on the desk for him prior to his actual arrival, he continued with some basic facts concerning the castles rather strange history.

"Bannerman Arsenal, more commonly known as Bannerman castle was constructed in stages from 1901-1918 by Francis Bannerman VI. Bannerman purchased military equipment surplus from the U.S. Government at scrap prices, as simply a warehouse, the construction was particularly unusual, even odd. The buildings were designed by Bannerman himself and without the advice of professional architects. Although the island is officially named Pollepel, Bannerman privately referred to the island as Crag Inch, Scottish for 'rocky island' Bannerman's used the island until the late 1950s, when the military surplus was removed and the live munitions were deactivated. The powder house explosion of 1920 nearly shut the business down completely, it was not until a fire of undetermined origin in 1969 that the buildings fell into their present state of ruin."

"The island had several rather outlandish legends surrounding it, the most famous of which was that of Heer of the Dunderberg from Bracebridge hall
by Washington Irving, as he writes, 'The captains of the river craft heard the talk of the little bulbous-bottomed Dutch goblin in trunk hose and sugar-loaf hat, with a speaking trumpet in his hand which they say keeps about the Dunderberg. They declare that they heard him, in stormy weather, in the midst of turmoil, giving orders in low Dutch for the piping up of a fresh gust of wind, or the rattling off of another thunder-clap.'

Taking a sip of his water he continued, "Heer and his goblins are thought to defend the island from intruders, the American Indians were also afraid of the island, at least in the night time. Bannerman was a patriot, his reason for storing his collection of war artifacts was in the hope that it would one day be known as a “museum of lost arts”. Still, rumors of treason filled the air, some people claimed that he had provided aid to the enemy in WWI, this lead to the government stationing troops on the island until 1918. With a broken heart Bannerman would die short thereafter."

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Karina listened intently, blocking everything else out she lived for this type of information. Creepy castles, love-lost captains it made her skin crawl in a really good way.
She bit the tip of her pen sort of chewing on it to distract her from the spirits who were looming over her desperately trying to get her undivided attention.

She sighed heavily annoyed because she wanted to hear about these fascinating lecture.–trolls? - She said to herself mentally, -I wonder what they are doing there... what stake would trolls have on such a dark island? Would they be lured by the devastation of the war? Hmm-

She adjusted herself on the chair she sat on almost falling off trying to listen to this lecture, she whipped out a notebook and began taking down significant dates and pertinent information she thought may come for a quiz or paper. She stopped from her notes looking up and thought of several possibilities… Artifacts real live still functioning artifacts no way! If she could touch one such thing Karina could learn things other people wouldn’t dream of knowing. She wondered if she would ever be able to go there.

A spirit near the little medium screamed making her jump in her seat and she trying to play it off pushed her hair back embarrassedly. “Stupid thing...” she said gently and under her breath because let’s face it she had already gone through the ordeal of become pregnant violently, by someone who was less than a man effectively ruining Karina’s young life. Her eyes teared up a bit she mistakenly when deep into though which was a no-no if she was ever going to begin the heal process, Karina was a pessimists and none too thrilled about it.

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"Seeing as we have touched upon the accusations which brought Bannerman's national loyalty into question, we should perhaps spend a little time discussing the era in which the castle operated at its peak."

Dr. Hopkins continued with his vividly detailed account of the castles history, taking another sip from the glass of water before him he suddenly switched to a far darker topic.

"During the years prior to World War II, America was in the grips of the worst economic depression that the nation had ever experienced. Unemployment was at a record high, and soup lines were a common sight in major cities across the country. Clashes between plant owners and labor unions often turned into bloody melees. At the same time it was becoming more evident that our nation’s participation in the conflict overseas was imminent. Unrest and frustration amongst the working classes opened the door of opportunity to a number of fringe political ideologies that might never have seemed like viable alternatives before. There was a resurgence in the Communist Party in the U.S., in the 1930s, there were 112,000 German-born immigrants living in Baltimore. Almost one quarter of the citizens of the United States at the time were of German descent."

The class waited with baited breath as Dr. Hopkins began to sift through his briefcase for his papers, pulling out the notes that he had cribbed from some recently published data he carried on with his lecture.

"Racial hygienist ideas were far from unique to the Nazi movement. The ideas of social Darwinism were widespread in all western countries in the early 20th century, and the eugenics movement had many followers among educated people, being particularly strong in the United States. The idea of sterilizing those carrying hereditary defects or exhibiting what was thought to be hereditary anti-social behavior was widely accepted, and was put into law in the United States and other countries. The Nazi regime began to implement "racial hygienist" policies as soon as it came to power. The July 1933 "Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring" prescribed compulsory sterilization for people with a range of conditions thought to be hereditary such as schizophrenia, epilepsy, Huntington's chorea and "imbecility". It is estimated that 360,000 people were sterilized under this law between 1933 and 1939."

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"Sterilization", and Nazi Germany were always two subjects that hit home for Kinny she can remember stories from her Grandmother about the horrible things she saw Nazi soldiers do in the ghettos that were once her home town. Stories like this always frightened and fascinated her at the same time she couldn't even begin to imagine being shunned or tortured just because of her lineage or religion. Her family being very religious, it was a wonder they got out of Germany without suffering in the concentration camps. If it hadn't been for non-Jewish friends illegally transporting them out of the country Auschwitz would have been their fate.

As Dr. Hopkins went on, Kinny raised her hand "So let me get this straight... Your saying that Hitler and the Third Reich got the idea for the purging of the Jews and anyone not of the so called "Aryan decent" from... America?" she said with a confused look on her face.

This thought was mind blowing to her, America was supposed to be this free country where everyone was equal and had opportunities despite race, creed or disability. Most of the things that Dr. Hopkins was describing were things no one had any control over, how could the country that had saved her Grandmother from dying a horrible death think that someone with these ailments be sterilized or worse. But than again America's history had not always been so free just look at slavery and segregation.

She tried to rationalize it all in her head, and it made her heart sink to think about her family had put so much precedence in this country and how it had saved their lives. They had a love for it that ran deep, to the point that when her grandparents spoke of America they would get teary eyed from feeling of hope and pride for now being a part of it. Her older brother David had even served for the Army in the Vietnam war, even with all that he had seen in that War he was deeply patriotic and loved his country. But this was like hearing that someone who had just saved you from a deep pit full of vipers, and finding out years later that your savior had dug the hole you had fallen into.

She hoped that maybe this was all a big mistake and that maybe Dr Hopkins was mistaken... but Kinny was a rational thinker and she knew that things like this happened all the time. It was a sad thing that the world they lived in was so judgmental and arrogant that these right wing ideological people who ran the country. She sighed and continued writing her notes she felt that she would have more questions by the end of this lecture then the instructor would be able to answer. Chewing on her bottom lip she wrote down her first question in the notebook she had sitting in front of her and waited for an answer from Dr Hopkins.

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Dr. Hopkins could understand the young girls abject reaction to such a revelation and so he tried to answer her question sufficiently enough as to quell her search for this most important facet of the current lecture, one of many to follow for sure.

"Yes, it is hard to believe that such a thing could be possible. But you must also remember that the United States had also established a federal approved law in the early part of the last century which actually forbade certain minorities from even entering the country."

Various murmurs began to fill the class room as the doctors comments sank into the minds of this collection of students from varying cultures and races. 'Are there any more questions before we continue? Anyone!"

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Karina scratched her face trying to think of a good and relevant question, meekly she raised her hand and prepared mentally her question. "i.i do, professor. is it safe to determine because of the signifact history behind this wonderous place that the spirit presence would also be signifcant and agruably haunted or active? i remeber you talking about folklore of certain creatures so my question is based upon that."

Karnia bit her pen nervoulsy awaiting his answer, she wondered about the if ghost and things of fantasy lurked there.

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Dr. Hopkins smirked at the question. "Well, I think that perhaps after-class would be a better time to ask those types of questions. I mean we are concerned with myth and legend here, obviously such things do not exist in the real world."

The teachers remarks received a few laughs and snickers from some of the other students in the classroom. Its not that the doctor meant to sound dismissive of the young woman's question, he simply wasn't expecting that kind of question. The lecture was coming to an end, Dr. Hopkins immediately began to stuff his notes back into his briefcase even before he had finished speaking, taking the last gulp of water from the tall glass which had been laid out for him at the beginning of his talk.

The students were in the process of gathering together their personal belongings before moving on to their next class, several of them were now heading toward the door.

"Oh yes, before I forget."

The doctor's raised voice caused everyone to stop their exodus. "You are all to gather in front of the administration building the day after tomorrow....Thursday, for those of you who have been too busy with your classes to know what day it is. Remember you must all be outside before 5 am, the buses will not wait for the tardy."

What the professor had not been informed of was that hardly any of the students would be taking the trip to Bannerman castle, the class was not a requirement and so most of the students were simply not interested enough to wake up at 4 o'clock in the morning to visit some old rundown building.

"I will be waiting there for you all to arrive. By that time the caretaker will have the gates unlocked. See you then."

The students returned to their efforts to exit the stuffy classroom en masse as the professor gathered up his briefcase and walked out of the room himself, from there he headed for the teachers lounge.

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Karina chose to follow her professor, she wondered if he would answer her question, slowly she walked up to the professor.

"Sorry, Excuse me professor. i was wondering if you could answer my question about the spiritual presences?"

she bit her lip trying to not seem agressive or anything she flipped her hair waiting to see if he would even indulge her request if was out of the blue, but becuase of her psychic back ground she wondered if she would face anything like that.

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hi im still here just been having a problem with my knee.. been immoble from the better part of three days. still trying to be active.

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Well I found my notes, got a lot of nice twists for ya's

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So sorry, I could have sworn I approved it

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I know you said it was the 80's and she was the first person I thought of lol and I'm still not accepted DX.

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Ill let everyone post first

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Oh, you won me over with the pic alone. I love Molly Ringwald.

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My character is up hope she's satisfactory.

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Great. Approved.

Well the first post is up so feel free to start

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my character is up hope shes okay :)

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sounds good. ill make a female pregnant char. hehe. wonder who the daddy will be?! lol working on my char now.

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Im very interested in this roleplay, I'm willing to make the other pregnant student if you like.

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Could be only weeks if you want.

psyness? medium would be good

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awesome for the pregnant char do they have to be full on or only a couple months?

and what is the extent of psychic-ness. (forgive me lol) on ablities?

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Ill have to dig out the notes I made for this rpg, it would be great if one of your characters could be pregnant. Its kind of an important aspect of the story, from what I remember.

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Certainly. Im surprised someone finally is interested in this :)

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this is certainly different. i will start my character immediatly. are we allowed to have any type of sensitivy to ghosts or what not?

like sensing or sumthing like that?

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Most of that is simply for background, all of that has already passed, only bits of the backstory will come out in the actual rpg.

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This. Looks. Amazing.

It seems a bit complicated, and to honest the amount of actual plot you've given us could be more in-depth (In order to reel more people in). But other than that, it looks great!

I might consider writing up a character sheet for a student. Also, if you need somebody to play the Fueher, I would be happy to do that as well.