Male Voice: Greetings Brothers. You are here because it is that time of year when we induct our newest members into this most esteemed fraternity. Before their initiation is complete, they must be prepared to receive the mysteries of our order. You can find the substances necessary to open their minds in the drainage, as you all remember from your own initiation. Remember, that the pledges should be blindfolded before you bring them up the canal, and keep an eye out for anyone out late in the park. The elders will be by Sunday evening for dinner, and all new pledges must be present, so stick to the normal dosage. Ordo Oblitus Ossa!
Ordo Oblitus Ossa is Latin and can translate to 'Order of the Forgotten Bones'. The tape has clear references to a fraternity of which this is possibly the name. This may also be a reference to the Skull and Bones society commonly believed to be popular in some of Massachusetts' most prestigious universities. The Taffington boathouse appears to have been used for fraternal initiations which included consumption of drugs.