The Report

Social Experiment No. 65: the last attempt by scientists to unravel the limits of the human mind in the age of freedom and the ever expanding universe. Since birth, Eliza Stuart was locked into the four walls of her own fabricated home with only her mother for company. As far as Eliza knows, that is the universe.
'The Report' is small selection of daily reports which have been gathered and collated as the last surviving documents in the experiment, and these slowly reveal Eliza's life, the lies she is fed, and how ultimately, you can never shut off one human mind from the universe. For the Might there be more than this? competition. 3892 words. Cover VERY kindly made for me by Luke J.R :)


1. Foreword

The following documents and reports were collated from the archives of the Kestrel Studios, London, taken from the period of 01/01/2014 to the official closing of the studios on 13/03 of the same year. The very earliest documents record the start of the experiment as 04/07/1997, when Eliza Stuart weighed 5lb 4oz at three days old, having been nursed in a private wing of London Bridge Hospital. Born to Helen and Thomas Stuart there were no complications and the experiment ran smoothly with little opposition until Thomas Stuart’s formal withdrawal in June 2000. There are no remaining documents detailing the five experiments running parallel to Social Experiment No. 65 in the Kestrel Studios, the last of which expired on 27/12/2003. Despite strong opposition, the experiment’s director, Max Worth CBE, insisted on the experiment continuing.

These are the last remaining records of Social Experiment No. 65.

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