It is safe to say that James Sweeney's diary is a disturbing and revealing read. As you know, I discovered James Sweeney's diary in the catacombs beneath the Sweeney home. What it reveals will come as a shock to students of the Sweney Family Horror.
There is no easy way to say this.
James Sweeney lived a double life. On one hand he was an upstanding family man and member of his community. On the other hand he was the leader of a dark secret society bent on harnassing the powers of the spirit world for their own gain.
In my opinion, the elder Sweeney's diary exonerates Kate Sweeney of any real wrong-doing. Kate's dabbling with a Ouija board has, until now, been cited as the genesis of the events that doomed her family. I still believe that the Ouija board was the key that unlocked the barriers between this world and that of the spirits. But James Sweeney's diary leads me to believe that "Kates mistake" was really part of a larger plan put in play by the elder Sweeney. In fact, I feel compelled to point out that Collen, Kate, Quin and Molly Sweeney seemed to have no idea about James' dark side.
In the coming days, I will reveal to you the details I have gleaned from the diary. Details including that of the secret society that Sweeney led known as the Disciples Of the Opus Machina. A group whose acronym is, fittingly, DOOM.