El Periódico de las Aburridas (English: The Newspaper of the Bored) was a pre-WarMexican-based Latin-American tabloid newspaper covering celebrity topics and other subjects surrounding famous individuals.
The newspaper ran a report on Robert House, publishing an interview with a female celebrity who revealed that he made an artificial intelligence of her with a Securitron, by scanning her brain and putting her in different items of clothing, a scandal that Raul Tejada claims gained popularity throughout the Latin-American populace.
↑The Courier: "Maybe there's a connection. Can you remember anything else about Robert House?" Raul Tejada: "I remember there were some weird stories about him, especially near the end. There was a tell-all in El Periodico de las Aburridas by a starlet House dated. She said they never, um... don't make me spell it out, boss. Anyway, she said all he wanted to do was scan her brain and make her dress up in different outfits." The Courier: "That's sickening." Raul Tejada: "It was quite the scandal, at least in the Latin-American tabloid journalism market." (Raul Tejada's dialogue)