One Evil with Many Faces

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Episode 3/1x003
One Evil with Many Faces

Don't touch me! You're violating my purity bond!

Blogger Maggie
Date Posted September 17th, 2008
Forum forum discussion
Length 0:58
Description We have hacked their servers. We have found their secrets. We will not let LifesBlood Labs get away with murder.
Location(s) LifesBlood Labs HQ, Old LifesBlood Labs
YouTube Tags lonelygirl15 lg15 the Resistance Hymn of None One LifesBlood Labs The Order
Production Credits
Executive Producer(s) Miles Beckett, Greg Goodfried, and Amanda Goodfried
Line Producer Lynn Kramer
Production Assistant(s) Andrea Aguilar and Travis Prow
Director(s) Yusuf Pirhasan
Assistant Director(s) Ram Paul Silbey
Camera Kevin Schlanser
Head Writer Joshua Hale Fialkov
Vidplay Joshua Hale Fialkov and Jim Campolongo
Story Joshua Hale Fialkov and Miles Beckett
Editor(s) Jerry Pyle, Yusuf Pirhasan, James Renfroe, and Christopher Ryder
Music Supervisor Seth Jacobs
Leonard Alderman Bill Oberst Jr.
Adjacent Blogs
Previous "Last Words"
Next "Cheer Me Up!"
Previous by Maggie "Call to Arms"
Next by Maggie "Split"
Directly before "Feline Feariousness"

One Evil with Many Faces is the third blog in the LG15: The Resistance blog series.


Dr. Alderman: Dialysis is daunting for any patient.

(Cut to a younger man touching Dr. Alderman up to look best on camera.)

Don't touch my hair. Don't touch my hair.

(Cut back to Dr. Alderman reading the scripted Introducing the Lifesblood Labs Strandbox.)

And every treatment has it's share of case-specific complications.

(Cut to Dr. Alderman making comments to himself about the script.)

Has it's share of case specific complications, yeah that's the freaking truth.

(Cut back to Dr. Alderman reading the script from the previous LBL video.)

No single solution has been offered to try and solve the problem until now. This is the first prototype of the LifesBlood Labs Strandbox.

(Cut to Dr. Alderman talking to a young woman, who is off-camera.)

The safe and secure dialysis device... You ever had one of those things strapped to you, honey?

(Cut back to Dr. Alderman's script.)

While the basic concept is based upon 19th century technology, it also draws from the best of the 21st century.

(Cut to Dr. Alderman making comments to himself about the script of the video.)

The Strandbox automatically guides the needles into the arm, yeah, it does do that...

(Dr. Alderman smiles and nods his head. Cut back to Dr. Alderman reading the script.)

Thus guaranteeing less pain for the patient. And that's something we can all celebrate.

(Cut to Dr. Alderman making comments.)

Yeah, fucking celebrate this.

(Cut to Dr. Alderman reading the script.)

(repeated) Less pain, pain, pain, pain, pain, begins now.

(Cut to Dr. Alderman crumpling the script into a ball and throwing it under his desk. He straightens his jacket.)

Alright, let's try one.



  • On the post for this video on, a file was attached. [1]
  • A copy of the contents of this file has been made available. [2]
  • A solution to the puzzle has been made available. [3]
  • The spreadsheet to the right has been decrypted by KatieModern, Liv B., SouthSideHope, and Kelly Lenahan.
  • A Google search led to the Maggie Come Home website. [4]


  • The file was downloaded and opened in microsoft word containing binary [5]
  • Once translated the binary looked like nonsense ASCII text [6]
  • If you take all the capital letters along with the numbers and - and , and certain /s you get the solution.


  • The following pictures are thrown in between the drawings of the dialysis machine

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