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    A monster is not a human. Monsters have been articulated throughout human history in order to lend a sense of tangibility to encountered evils. Is there evil? Are there monsters?

    People have imagined monsters tearing their prey apart from without, creating graphic scenes of gore, pain and screaming. Monster work takes time; they chisel away at the organs bit by bit until the wound produces reactive effects in the prey’s body. Then pain occurs and the prey visits the doctor.

    Over time the monsters establish themselves within the prey and they found a network of settlements throughout the gory landscape of guts. They multiply and proliferate, extending their kingdom to other regions – the bones, the nodes, the spine and the brain.

    When the body has been ravaged beyond repair, when the horde has remained triumphant in the war with the chemicals and poisons the prey’s doctors have introduced into the body, everybody dies together. The prey and the horde agree in death.

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