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Marie Curie was an Ekaterina scientist who researched radiation in search of an Ekat Clue. She took careful precautions for the time in case the other branches would attack. But a blow came neither would anticipate. On April 19th, 1906, Pierre was struck by a horse-drawn wagon and killed. Some witnesses said he just slipped while others saw the coach driver hit him on purpose. The Lucians made sure these people disappeared from the face of the Earth quickly. Marie continued her work with the loss and amazed the leadership by discovering the Clue Uranium. She toured America as a cover to get the Clue to the Bermuda Triangle stronghold. An intercept vessel sailed during night when she neared the east coast. It was confirmed by five knocks on her room in Cabin 314 and the chemical symbol and atomic number of her favorite chemical element. However, her success came at a high price. Her last years had her slowly dying from radiation poisoning. Her possessions were so radioactive that they were put in lead lined boxes. The element Curium is named after her.