Saturday, August 12, 2017
Racism. Hate. Delusion.
Each is an integral ingredient in the recipe of genocide. Each was present during World War II.
Imagine if Adolf Hitler were still alive today, hiding out in the one place no one would find him, dead center in the United States. Imagine he, and a small group of dedicated Nazis, discovered a way to resurrect one of the most iconic Jewish symbols of World War II, recreated through a sample of found DNA. Imagine if that person was to be used as a weapon to once begin an onslaught against the Jews.
Xperimental Genocide delves into the ‘what ifs’ as Dr. Ackerman is tasked with summoning the hatred within a young girl that was born from the ashes of Hitler’s hatred of the Jewish people. Faced with the decision to follow orders or his own ethics, Dr. Ackerman finds himself deep in trenches of Hitler’s Xperimental Genocide.
From hundreds of fathoms down, or lurking just beneath the surface, to brazenly navigating the nautical domain, these deadly threats are just waiting for unsuspecting souls to take to the waters.
So come on, take the plunge. Dive on in. The water is fine. What exists within, it is another story.
Where your rights and freedom have been stripped away. Where you are trapped with the dying, the dead, and sometimes even the undead.
The shrieking, the smell of rot, and the unrelenting sickness that destroys your body and soul. No one can survive.
Throughout history, the Demon has been projected outwards, given form, given a cornucopia of names and even hierarchies. Truth be told, they are a deeply ingrained expression of our own psyches. Manifesting in a myriad of ways: addictions – physical, mental and spiritual; hatred and prejudice, ignorance and subservience – the Demon lives within us all, and choreographs the dance of life towards death.
As you immerse yourself in the demonic tales within these pages, the question may arise…
How much of yourself have you given away, as you Dance with the Demon