Hocus Pocus - Chapter Twenty-Five Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twenty-Five Summary

Eugene explains how he once programmed G.R.I.O.T. to determine Pamela's outcome based on her salient personal biography to date. The first result had her dying of a liver disease while still relatively young. Eugene had run the same exact data for Pamela again on G.R.I.O.T. right then and there. The second result had been equally grim, having Pamela die of exposure while homeless. One night, Eugene remembers, he stumbled home drunk and found a box waiting for him, courtesy of the United States military. The young soldier dropping off the package curiously watches as Eugene opens the package. Inside Eugene is surprised to find his personal footlocker from his military days. It has been overdue for delivery to him for years now. Eugene finds a girly magazine called Black Garterbelt inside. After he's...

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