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This is the Wiki that's dedicated to the Virtual Series by the author Matthew John Latham.
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Mr. Thorpe and His Family
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For more information, see the page: Hartley
Hartley Was Matthew John Latham's first foray into the world of Virtual Series in 2001. It was a Virtual Spin-off of the TV show Buffy The Vampire Slayer, set after the fifth season. It followed the exploits of a young Watcher called William Hartley and his attempts to find out what evil is taking over The Watcher's Council.
It lasted ten episodes - and they were all lost.
For more information, see the page: Insanity
Insanity was a six part video series that Latham filmed with a web-cam and edited in Windows Movie Maker. It followed Latham playing himself being sent to a strange room where he's tortured and subjected to weird experiments from a man who looks like him and calls himself The Evil Twin.
It lasted six episodes, parts of a seventh episode and a movie to close the storyline were filmed. All episodes were destroyed.
Latham has been noted to express a desire to perhaps reboot the concept as a series of mini-scripts one day.
An aborted series that had half a page written which followed Spike in England. Not much is remembered except that the characters of William Hartley (renamed to David Hartley), Catherine Geonni and Lydia Marshall - all from Hartley were planned to be in the series.
-None at the moment-