Crime thriller vel. An interactive vel, murder, mystery thriller in 3 acts revolving around the number 6 and the letter T, both being the proton and neutron of the story. Two men from very different backgrounds meet and discover that they are both guided by invisible ghosts and they are in fact two machines forced to live a life haunted by an incurable condition. During the inauguration of the tallest building in town, one man is holding the President of the United States at gun point and together they will disappear for 66 minutes out of the eyes of the world where they will confront the ghosts in the machine. T: The story is presented in four distinctive chapters: 1. The main characters are being introduced to the reader by their psychiatrist inside a medical center. The two main protagonists G and Roosevelt never actually meet, although their paths crossed once at the center but they both have been oblivious of this encounter. The story and description of T and the ghost or ghosts (plural: T being multiplied in the machine but always remaining under the umbrella and the main T monster). There is a gradual introduction onto how T progresses within G's and Roosevelt's heads. During the course of the first chapter the reader will witness a series of murders being committed at the center foreboding the way the main story is shaping. G and Roosevelt have both ended their sojourn at the medical center. They have been offered a follow-up treatment by their psychiatrist by email. 2. In chapter two the reader is getting acquainted with the private life and history of the main protagonists. A graphic evolution of T's life and existence is revealed. A slow build-up to elucidating the murders that have occurred at the center is taking place. The email exchanges come to an abrupt end: G and Roosevelt's emails are longer replied to; something has happened. Both protagonists continue to email DOC in the vain hope of an answer until DOC's mailbox is full to capacity and the emails are being returned. During the series of solo emails (or emails sent but t responded) the murders committed at the center in chapter 1 are slowly making sense and all the protagonists slowly evolve and transit towards their destiny. 3. The two main protagonists G and Roosevelt finally meet on the 66th floor of a new big tower being inaugurated. Roosevelt has achieved his ambitions: he mastered T and became President Roosevelt the Second, president of the United States. G and President Roosevelt meet: G is taking the president hostage at gun point during a stand-off. Due to the incompetence of the FBI agents, when trying to free the president an explosion occurred and they both disappear, trapped inside a room. Together their will live 66 minutes at the mercy of T until they are fully delivered by the FBI agents and G will meet his final destiny as described in chapter 1. The murders are all implied in the story. They occur as we move on into the story. We can only picture and visualize one death in the story. The other murders occur as we move on into the story. We can only picture one death but in the story, it is t a murder but a legal shoot-out by the FBI. In real terms it was a murder that has been anunced at the beginning of the story. The same character committed all the murders including triggering his own death, subconsciously or consciously in order to kill T, triggering the demon within him. In a sense T is autobiographical as the author has been plagued with the T condition ever since he can remember. As with most of his stories and characters they are the sums of his close encounters, chance meetings that drove him to meddle with a diverse crowd in extremely surreal circumstances. It's all to do with clear and concise observation: a daily practice and an ever over-serviced memory.