The Monstrumologist - Chapter Thirteen: You Bear His Burden and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirteen: You Bear His Burden and Epilogue Summary

In Chapter Thirteen, a month has passed since Erasmus perished, and Will is called to help Warthrop shave. The two banter, and Will reveals Dr. Starr was killed by Kearns. Following the situation in the cemetery, the men went to visit Starr to piece together the last of the information. Starr admits Slidell and Mason had monetary backing. Alistair Warthrop had claimed they were interested in eugenics, but Starr reveals Alistair wanted to merge humans with Anthropophagi to create a logical killing machine. He admits that he provided the victims, using patients. After the war, Alistair continued funding the research. Starr only stopped feeding the creatures when the money ran out, which is when the Anthropophagi first fed on the corpse Erasmus found. Kearns, after agreeing with Starr, leans...

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