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In this 1974 science fiction story by Craig Strete, the titular bleeding man is a Native American who continually, mysteriously bleeds.

!This work includes the following tropes:
* BodyHorror: The Bleeding Man's continous bleeding

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In this 1974 science fiction ScienceFiction story by Craig Strete, Creator/CraigStrete, the titular bleeding man is a Native American who continually, mysteriously bleeds.

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* BodyHorror: The Bleeding Man's continous bleedingcontinuous bleeding.



* {{Homage}}: To the some extent to Creator/EdgarAllanPoe|'s ''The Masque of Red Death''

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* {{Homage}}: To the some extent to Creator/EdgarAllanPoe|'s Creator/EdgarAllanPoe's ''The Masque of Red Death''


* BodyHorror: The Bleeding Man's continous bleeding

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* BodyHorror: *BodyHorror: The Bleeding Man's continous bleeding



* {{Homage}}: To the some extent to Creator/EdgarAllenPoe|'s ''The Masque of Red Death''

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* {{Homage}}: *{{Homage}}: To the some extent to Creator/EdgarAllenPoe|'s Creator/EdgarAllanPoe|'s ''The Masque of Red Death''


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This !This work includes the following tropes:
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*{{Homage}}: To the some extent to Creator/EdgarAllenPoe|'s ''The Masque of Red Death''


* BizarreHumanBiology: No one can figure out how The Bleeding Man keeps bleeding, or how to stop it.



* BizarreHumanBiology: No one can figure out how The Bleeding Man keeps bleeding, or how to stop it.


* IgnoredExpert: The government official does not listen to the doctor's concerns about her plans for his patient.


* StoicWoobie: The Bleeding Man never speaks.


LimaSyndrome: The doctor responsible for caring for The Bleeding Man feels pity for him.
StoicWoobie: The Bleeding Man never speaks.
BizarreHumanBiology: No one can figure out how The Bleeding Man keeps bleeding, or how to stop it.
IgnoredExpert: The government official does not listen to the doctor's concerns about her plans for his patient.
WithUsOrAgainstUs: The government official implies that the doctor's lack of enthusiasm for her plans would be troubling to the government higher-ups.

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LimaSyndrome: *LimaSyndrome: The doctor responsible for caring for The Bleeding Man feels pity for him.
StoicWoobie: *StoicWoobie: The Bleeding Man never speaks.
BizarreHumanBiology: *BizarreHumanBiology: No one can figure out how The Bleeding Man keeps bleeding, or how to stop it.
IgnoredExpert: *IgnoredExpert: The government official does not listen to the doctor's concerns about her plans for his patient.
WithUsOrAgainstUs: *WithUsOrAgainstUs: The government official implies that the doctor's lack of enthusiasm for her plans would be troubling to the government higher-ups.

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In this 1974 science fiction story by Craig Strete, the titular bleeding man is a Native American who continually, mysteriously bleeds.

This work includes the following tropes:
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LimaSyndrome: The doctor responsible for caring for The Bleeding Man feels pity for him.
StoicWoobie: The Bleeding Man never speaks.
BizarreHumanBiology: No one can figure out how The Bleeding Man keeps bleeding, or how to stop it.
IgnoredExpert: The government official does not listen to the doctor's concerns about her plans for his patient.
WithUsOrAgainstUs: The government official implies that the doctor's lack of enthusiasm for her plans would be troubling to the government higher-ups.
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