Fifty-years after the war, a film crew discover a vent, high on the granite walls of Canada’s Baffin Island. The tube leads down into the ruins of the legendary Point 103 complex, Nazi Germany’s most notorious sub-bunker. As they explore this lost world, the crew uncover a secret. World War II had a muse. One that survived the war.|
Blood Toys is fiction, but solidly based on a non-fictional reality that makes most historians squeamish. At the heart of Nazi Germany’s technical ascendancy were interdimensional forces, whispering into the soul of the Nazi occult. Forces that still call for planetary influence. Voices with solutions and illusions and gifts of technology, but voices that have yet to tell us what they expect, in return.
Thanks to the Freedom of Information Act, the ultra-secret NSA acknowledges having 239 documents on UFOs. Documents that share one characteristic-in-common. Heavy redaction. Names, testimonies … anything the agency deems secret is rendered invisible, imprisoned behind heavy bars of black ink. Why? What do they know about the UFO-phenomena, they refuse to tell?
As NSA’s Claire Whitlock and videographer Steven Kincaid chase the answer, they stumble into something, no one anticipated. Have they broken through, into another dimension, explored by members of the Nazi occult? Or merely entered the darkest dimension of all? Death.
Getting there is easy. Getting back … is something else, entirely.