‘The Face Taker’ By Rustin Petrae

Dr. Tina Lam is in session with her newest patient, a mysterious man that claims to be a hunter. Not just any hunter though. He claims to be, wait for it, a monster hunter and a damned good one at that. As his story unfolds, she becomes increasingly uncomfortable. The details he talk about, the information he shares, even the nonchalant way he speaks to her, there is something unnerving about them. It makes her think his story isn’t at crazy as it first sounded.

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