About the Agency

Our History

The signal flare of American involvement in the anomalous came on September 8th, 1858, when James Buchanan ordered the foundation of a federal agency to deal with anomalous affairs in order to prevent foreign anomalous interference. It was on this day that to-be president Abraham Lincoln said the following statement in a speech…

"You may fool all the people some of the time; you can even fool some of the people all the time; but you can't fool all of the people all the time."

With this mentality, the FASA was born from the presidential orders of James Buchanan. Though the Agency struggled to maintain itself during the Civil War, we were able to flourish upon the victory of the Union and secure the United States as a superpower in the coming century. Though this would not come without hard work and sacrifice from the men and women that make up the fabric of the Agency. The previously mentioned Abraham Lincoln was assassinated for his crucial role in aiding the Agency. This was during a time where the Agency was not strong enough to conceal itself from the general public. However, knowledge of the Agency would soon fade from the mind of the public, allowing the Agency to operate in near-absolute secrecy; excluding those who passed knowledge of the Agency's existence to their next of kin. Today, the Agency operates world wide to contend with and protect against some of the world's largest anomalous organizations, and works with many other agencies around the globe to protect the lives of billions of people living on Earth.

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