Alone in the Dark 2

Ted Stryker's Note

This is the whole notebook that belongs to Ted Stryker that Carnby finds. One half is on Ted Stryker's body. The other is found in the maze.

Ted Stryker

Carnby, if you read this, it means that I am dead. The Saunders child was kidnapped by One Eyed Jack, despite what the newspaper claimed. That man is a monster, obsessed with gambling and

death. Hell's Kitchen is full of secret passages. I am sure that for one of them, the solution is in the cards. Remember our poker games.

I can also tell you that the gang makes whiskey in the cellar and transports it by boat at high tide from a cave in the cliff.

Carnby, you must rid the world of that filth and save the girl, if you can.It is time for the slave to be stronger than the master.


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It is Christmas of 1924, three months after Alone in the Dark. "Supernatural Private Eye" Edward Carnby and his partner Ted Stryker are investigating the kidnapping of young Grace Saunders. The trail of clues leads to an old mansion named "Hell's Kitchen" - the home of an infamous gangster boss and his gang. Edward decides to pick up the trail when he learns of Ted's disappearance in the mansion. Unfortunately, Edward soon finds out that Ted has been murdered.

Carnby eventually finds out that the mobsters are the corporeal forms of the spirits of pirates that plundered the sea hundreds of years ago, the lot having sold their souls in exchange for eternal life through voodoo magic. Fighting his way into the house and ultimately onto a pirate ship hidden in the cliff on which Jack's house is built, Edward must survive, discover the secret of the pirates' apparent immortality, rescue little Grace, and find out why the pirates are so interested in her.

Launch Year: 1993
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