Hocus Pocus - Chapter Thirty-One Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirty-One Summary

Eugene believes a good episode for one of the old rerun videotapes of the "Donahue" interview t.v. show would have been to have featured a show about humans who have had to resort to eating other humans as a topic. Eugene recalls the Donner Party, an infamous, true-life case in which some American pioneers became stuck in the western mountains during a snowstorm and were forced to eat the remains of their party who succumbed to hunger in order to survive themselves. He remembers how the new Japanese owners of the prison installed the highest-quality t.v. monitors throughout the prison as part of their upgrade to the facility. The Japanese owners' theory was that if the prisoners had docile old video images on every surface they viewed while housed inside the prison, they would be less likely to feel...

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