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The Wesker Report Extract on "Her" is a file that can be found in Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles.


July 31, 1978
We knew nothing about her. She was the biggest secret at the laboratory and her data was never removed from the premises.

The records showed that she had been there ever since the institute was established.

She was 25 years old. No one knew who she was or why she was there.

Apparently, she was a human specimen to develop the T-virus on.

The experiment began on November 10, 1967.

She had been continuing to receive virus injections for 11 years.

July 27, 1981
He worked through the night at the lab time after time and repeated disorganized experiments, one after another.

My staff and I collected biopsy samples as quickly as possible before the specimens could die, but we couldn't keep up with his speed.

The Laboratory Manager supplied the new specimens as if nothing had happened, but they didn't survive long.

It was hell. But the female specimen survived that hell.

She was 28 years old by then and had spent 14 years in this lab.

The numerous injections of the "Progenitor" virus she had received over the past 14 years would have left her bereft of any logical reasoning.

It's just as well because if she still had any mind left, death would have been the one and only thing she would desire.

Somehow, she continued to live.

July 31, 1995
Her termination was decided on after three researchers had become her victims. With the study of the "G-virus" on track, she no longer had her status as a valuable specimen.

The termination of her vital signs was monitored and confirmed over the next three days. Then, the body was finally taken away to some unknown location at the instruction of the Laboratory Manager.

Even now, I still do not know who she was or why she was brought here.












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