The Monstrumologist - Eight: I Am A Scientist Summary & Analysis

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Eight: I Am A Scientist Summary

At dawn, Will finally heads to his own bed, but his dreams are filled with monsters and he wakes more tired than he started. Soon after he begins making tea, there is a knock at the door, and Will is surprised to see Constable Robert Morgan, who asks the doctor to come with him. Once inside a carriage, Morgan admits there has been a horrific attack, with only one survivor. They are driven to the crime scene, a church and a small home. Morgan at first wishes to keep Will from entering, but again, the doctor forces the issue, noting Will's experience. They open the door to the home, and find grisly chaos, as the Anthropophagi have slaughtered the entire Stinnet family. The only one left alive is the oldest child. After examining the house...

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