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What "kids" is Mr. Brown talking about?
Presumably the missing kids that he's looking for.
Also, we have a CONTAINMENT BREACH on SCP-4666. Get a Task Force over here.
It just went from funny to suspenseful.
Cue the dramatic reveal music from Thief: The Dark Project.
... Are those what I think they are? Why are they even in there??? I was expecting them to be worked to proverbial death in the depths of this nefarious lair of evil!
It just got real.
It’s true, he should have been generally more supportive
But but but: you shouldn’t store dead bodies in the freezer
So see, you’re both a little wrong
... I don't get the "our locker" line in both this strip and the one before the last one.
In some countries you can rent storage lockers.
So I assume her family did rent one to store their old stuff and Heather's mother's using it to store bodies at the moment.
If the big bad behind this scheme is actually the creature I assume it is, it might be to keep them fresh for later? Krampus is known for eating children after all.
Edited by DrunkenNordmann on Sep 4th 2019 at 7:11:36 PM
I personally think it's the wendigo, krampus only eats naughty children.
It's Christmas and it's specifically children being abducted. Doesn't scream Wendigo to me.
Some wendigo stories depict it with ice powers, no stories give the krampus this ability as far as I know.
You don't need ice powers to put kids in a freezer - you just put them in there and call it a day.
but the car was frozen
While wendigos aren't associated with Christmas (as the native americans who made the legends didn't celebrate it) they are associated with winter.
Looks like I called it, although I may have been wrong about the exact supernatural powers involved here.
She's getting crazier by the minute.
Botched the link. See .
Edited by MarqFJA on Sep 11th 2019 at 7:22:12 PM
New one for the day.
Well, cat's out of the bag. Not as surprised as I thought I would, to be honest.
Although now we have to wait until next week to see what happened to Marilyn. >.<
Also, Spinny seems remarkably casual about throwing her mom into a steel door hard enough to leave a dent. Is she just assuming boosted durability, or what?
I don't think she's assuming anything, just throwing her as far as she can in the heat of the moment.
And she made a very quick comeback.
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