Publisher's summary Edit
London, 1964, and the repercussions of Jago and Litefoot's adventure are dealt with by Sir Toby Kinsella and his crack team of specialists at Counter-Measures. What is the Reesinger Process — and who is behind it?
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- Group Captain Gilmore - Simon Williams
- Allison Williams - Karen Gledhill
- Sir Toby Kinsella - Hugh Ross
- Rachel Jensen - Pamela Salem
- Stephanie Wilton/Receptionist - Sinead Keenan
- James Wilton/Harry - Rory Keenan
- Harold Moorcroft/Josh/Doctor/Minister/General - Stephen Critchlow
- Margaret/Mrs Moorcroft/Nurse - Helen Goldwyn
- Sir Harold Moorcroft ran the Department of Defence before he committed suicide. He previously worked in the Department of the Treasury.
- Counter-Measures is investigating an incident on the Isle of Wight.
- Sir Harold and his wife were married for over 30 years.
- The Reesinger Institute is located in Ealing.
- Stephanie Wilton is the elder sister of James Wilton.
- James Wilton was born in 1943.
- Sir Toby mentions the Pelage Incident to Sir Harold. (AUDIO: The Pelage Project)
- The Minister of Defence refers to the death of his predecessor Stephen Mulryne on 29 November 1963. (AUDIO: 1963: The Assassination Games)
- Stephanie and James Wilton found Mr Rees' skeleton and music box, in which he placed his mind, at the bottom of his well in 1950. (AUDIO: Mind Games)
- Sir Toby refers to the upcoming general election. (AUDIO: State of Emergency)
- Rees' skull and music box would later be given to UNIT in the mid 1970s. The skull was stored in the Black Tower in London until it was moved to the Vault in the Angel of the North in 2014. (AUDIO: The Screaming Skull)