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EXT. CHURCHYARD - NIGHT
a word carved in stone: 'DREAMS'.
inscription is a name: THIBAULT, and dates: 1861-1917.
CAMERA taking off with it --
a bump it's on a dirt road, then over a bridge. It's dragged
Two men stand nearby.
charisma both disturbing and mesmerizing. He is in his early
twenties, but his soul is much older -- and darker.
the garage furtively. He's worried, preoccupied. A white
The rain will wash out the tracks ...
couldn't. Only I could.
I didn't see anybody on the
marker. He examines it gleefully, reverently.
Thibault had it stolen from the Vatican
Library -- that's common knowledge. But
then it disappeared. He told Yeats he'd
destroyed it. But he didn't. He couldn't.
And now -- I've found it.
Don't worry, Vicar. No one saw you. No
and me. And God.
(looks at Burgess)
What they say is true. You are the most
wicked man alive.
The Magdalene Grimoire. Finally.
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