Tests #5288-5295 were all successful on the meta level, and the Patients were all admitted to the next level of screening.
Tests #5288B-5295B represent the attempts to isolate the effects of various drugs and stimulations on the "borderline possessed."
#5288B: Patient showed no unique signs after administration of various stimulants, including caffeine, nicotine, methamphetamine, and methylenedioxymethamphetamine. Patient terminated through an overdose of benzoylmethylecgonine. Individual records terminated.
#5289B: Patient given enough ethyl alcohol to elicit a normal reaction, and tested positive for a heightened level of possession. Further tests with stronger depressants elicited stronger reactions. However, after a medium dose of diacetylmorphine patient lapsed into a full possession. Individual records terminated.
#5290B: Patient repeated the reaction of #5289 to ethyl alcohol. Patient then set aside for further testing. See Document B-5290 for further results and comments.
#5291B: Patient issued a mild hallucinogen and immediately lapsed into a full possession. Individual records terminated.
#5292B: Patient was sent to the MPD for torture testing. Results came back negative on all levels. Individual records terminated.
#5293B-5295B: Patients tested for various emotional responses. All tested normal psychologically, but nothing of note was observed. After several unspecific and unproductive tests, MPD requested use of the patients. MPD requested and granted access to #5293, #5294, and #5295.