Lucian Archives: Irina Spasky's Istanbul Report
To: Vikram Kabra
From: Irina Spasky
Re: The Hagia Sophia
November 5, 2000
I left Taksim Hotel at 2:08 am, and found only two men guarding the Hagia Sophia museum entrance. One I handled with the nail injector in my smallest finger. The other was fast moving, but a smack to his head proved effective. He did not bother me again.
Inside the museum, they had a laser security system. I found it easy to get past and VERY boring.
Using the inferior grappling hook, I was soon at the top of the Hagia Sophia dome. I explored each of the forty windows cut into the dome, and each of the mosaics. Each one. For this, I deserve a special commendation.
I discovered nothing. Nothing.
I do not like to waste time in this manner. I left the Hagia Sophia, and kicked the guards on my way out. I regret they were unconscious and did not feel it.
Next time, I request a better mission.