From: Benjamin Farrow <bourbonexplorer28@gmail.com>
To: Quinn Hallorann <queryhistorian@gmail.com>
Date: 05/16/2020 10:28
Subject: RE: Last-minute questions
Aw, you're worried about me! 
It's all good, I know how to take care of myself. Large mushroom pizza and Ingles wine, check. You know, it's actually kind of chilly up here this morning. Low 50s and breezy. Perfect for combing through a very haunted abandoned estate.
Really hope the Spanish Flu theory isn't the one, it would suck if it was still contagious.
From: Quinn Hallorann <queryhistorian@gmail.com>
To: Benjamin Farrow <bourbonexplorer28@gmail.com>
Date: 05/16/2020 10:40
Subject: RE: Last-minute questions
That ... is not how germs work.
Talk to you later.
From: Benjamin Farrow <bourbonexplorer28@gmail.com>
To: Quinn Hallorann <queryhistorian@gmail.com>
Date: 05/16/2020 10:14
Subject: Last-minute questions
Hey,
 
I'm about to head out to the estate. I won't have cell reception or internet or anything till I get back tonight.
Did Jane say there was anything specific she wanted me to look for? I'm not exactly an appraiser. 
From: Quinn Hallorann <queryhistorian@gmail.com>
To: Benjamin Farrow <bourbonexplorer28@gmail.com>
Date: 05/16/2020 10:25
Subject: RE: Last-minute questions
Well, it's a good thing you don't have to appraise anything, isn't it? Just follow the format I sent you. We're mostly looking broadly for material items and documents that shed some light on the incident back in 1918, but anything to do with the history of the estate itself and the Madigan family is also good.
But, since you asked - documents. Prioritize documents. I'm in touch with a bunch of rabid academics (Mark included) who are chomping at the bit to have their theories validated with any primary sources you find in that house. Just copy them out and send them to me when you get a chance. And follow the format.
Good luck out there. Eat a healthy breakfast, hydrate, don't get kidnapped by ghosts, all that jazz.