An undercover mission in the land of the dead leads to disturbing revelations about Dr. Vellek's sinister plans.
Did You Know?
The title, Lazaretto, is used as a symbol for the building used to house the group of men who were drugged. A Lazaretto, also called a lazaret, or lazzaretto in Italian, is a building or ship, usually located on islands, that were used in the past as quarantines for people with contagious diseases traveling the seas. Lazarettos were used in the 1500s and 1600s to quarantine plague and cholera victims, and some were used as hospitals up until the early 1900s. The very first Lazaret was located in Venice, Italy in 1423. From such period in Venice comes the now universally adopted "Yellow Flag" code, when a yellow flag is hoist on a ship, the message is clear: stay away due to quarantine. See more