‘The Walk’ By Lillian Brueckman

A young woman suffering from OCD finds a dead body while on a walk through her local trail. Though the killer is reprimanded, the woman is unable to shake the crime scene from her mind. She is overcome with paralyzing obsession, her mind relentlessly playing tricks on itself until she nearly succumbs to insanity. This dark comedy reviews the true horror of OCD: inescapable obsessions and the mind’s ability to repeat them.

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