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unfasten: (i lay defenseless)

unfasten me

but you can think like they do { this is not my design }

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Created on 2013-05-12 01:09:18 (#2014662), last updated 2013-05-19 (226 weeks ago)

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Name:ωɪʟʟ ɢʀᴀʜᴀᴍ . ᴀᴜ
Location:Wherever I May Roam, (states/regions/territories)
1 pt empath 1pt analyst 2pts madman shake well and serve

IT ISN'T WISE TO PISS OFF A GUY WHO THINKS ABOUT KILLING OTHER PEOPLE FOR A LIVING


Things declined rapidly after the case with Hobbs. Slowly, Will's mind
began to indulge in all the nightmares that haunted him. He began to
hallucinate. He began sleep walking. As the cases became stranger, so
did he. It was becoming far too easy for Will to put himself in the
shoes of madmen, to feel like they feel, to yearn for what they yearn,
to think like they think. He started to confide in Dr. Lector of these
fantasies and these dreams. He feared these thoughts every second of
every day.

Months passed. While Crawford seemed to think Will was recovering and
growing a stronger ability to cope with the abnormal homicides they
faced, Bloom thought different, and Lector knew different.

It was with one peculiar murder that both Lector and Graham were
asked to consult that Hannibal first began to suspect. Within the
serial of the case, they came across another copycat. It wasn't
Hannibal so who was it?

You guessed it. It was Will and what was worse? He didn't even
realize he was doing it until it was too late.

And now Hannibal knows.

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