Wednesday, 27 January 2021

Your Mid-Week Update for 01/27/21

I did not think that renting a storage unit would be the most complicated part of this process. I had a dream about flaying a person and that was easier than finding a place that will rent for cheap. But I did it. I found a place by the airport that set a reasonable price and I got everything squared away this weekend. I had to set everything up legally, but what girl doesn’t have a spare government id and SSN lying around?

I went through a phase where I only killed woman who looked like me so I could steal their identities (and of course, their bodies were never found so they wouldn’t show up in the system as deceased. It was surprisingly easy to break into the rental office and remove my file and the security footage while James destroyed the surveillance system for the whole area. It’ll take them a while to replace it and by then, we’ll have our whole ‘murder den’ set up. Not sure if it’s a murder den or a torture den since part of my experiment is testing to see how long I can keep a person alive – or more precisely: how few limbs with which a human can survive. But I don’t want anything from them; I’m not looking for information, I’m not getting anything extra out of their pain (I mean, I might, but that’s not the purpose of this exercise), and they are most certainly going to die. So is it torture, or is it just really slow murder?

That’s like when does a murder become an assassination? Is it intent? Is it method? Is it the people involved and what they’re getting out of it?

Regardless, James and I are spending all our free time pulling old material from the basement and occasionally ransacking hardware stores’ recycling to find tools to build a …whatever-we’re-gonna-call-it den. Once that happens, I can start flaying people.

Ever since I had that dream, it’s all I’ve been able to think about. I’ve been doing a little research on how exactly to do it and it seems simple enough. Like thinly slicing a ham. Really tough, really thinly sliced ham.

I’m really curious about how a person who’s flayed actually dies. Because you can lose the entire layer of skin but not die if it’s done properly but all the articles say that it will definitely kill you. They also say that a number of factors will be your undoing (hypothermia, shock, exsanguination, infection), so I’m curious about what will happen to my victim. I haven’t chosen one yet since the ___ den isn’t set up yet and there’s no point, but I’ve definitely been keeping an eye out for people who might look easy to skin.

I’m also trying to figure out a way to get a tub of boiling water into the storage unit. I read that it’s a lot easier to peel the skin if it’s been boiled first. I don’t think my tea kettle will do the trick, so if you have any ideas, please feel free to pass them along. Although, the image of me running back and forth with a kettle of water to fill a tub large enough to boil a human person is very amusing, it might be a little bit suspicious and I’d rather not take my chances on this.

There are a lot of things that we’re doing differently, here. Anything we can control, we should.

So. Any idea how to fill a tub with boiling water while in a storage unit with two plugs?

As always, dear readers,

Stay Safe

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