I reread this document and it described what the morphogenic engine showed. So my theory is that the towers project the Morphogenic engine in some possible way,
While exploring in third person I noticed that during the scene where Laird and Nick drag Blake to the cross, Loutermilch can be seen adjacent to them, staring at the rock wall, turning towards them as they pass by and then disappearing. First of all, that's pretty creepy, but secondly, what could it mean. Now, the first conclusion to be drawn is likely "oh, the devs just goofed", but I fail to believe that a game with such tremendous detail put into it's environments could have such a bizarre mistake. Like, I don't buy that they went out of their way to, for instance, put a "first fingers, then balls, then tongue" easter egg in one of the village basements, but in another part of the game they just accidentally left behind a hallucination of the (arguable) main antagonist that turns and looks at Blake before decidedly vanishing, even though you can't see any of it happening. What do you think?